Synopses & Reviews
Eating healthy can be a struggle. Its hard to choose broccoli and brown rice instead of hot, cheesy pizza. And diets often ask you to cut out different foods all at once, leaving you feeling deprived.
In The 3-Day Reset, Pooja Mottl outlines 10 simple ways you can change your cravings and start eating whole, healthy, delicious foodsthree days at a time. Each reset takes only 72 hours to complete, which means youll be able to stay focused on healthy eating from start to finish.
Resets include: sugar, wheat, salt, chocolate, yogurt, chicken, beverages, breakfast, salad, and takeout.
Packed with delicious recipes and nutritional information to support why you should eat whole foods like quinoa instead of processed, frozen, or packaged foods, The 3-Day Reset will set you on the path to healthy eating
and help you stay there for good.
"Eating whole, minimally processed foods is one of best tools for preventing disease and living a full, vibrant life. In The 3-Day Reset
, Pooja delivers an empowering blueprint for choosing these foods while demonstrating that healthy and delicious go hand in hand."
John Mackey, co-founder and co-CEO of Whole Foods Market
With so many books on detox and resets, its hard to find one that is informative, practical, and enjoyable. Pooja's The 3-Day Reset is rooted in solid informationit's also easy to read, and fun. I love the recipes and the fact that in just three days, one can have a taste of how it feels to be in an optimally working body. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn how to get healthier.”
Alejandro Junger, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Clean
This book is so in sync with the times! We all need 'clean fuel,' and with this book, Pooja supplies the easy answers.”
Michael Olajide Jr., author of Sleekify and celebrity fitness trainer
The 3-Day Reset will help you make a healthier connection to what you eat, and change your black-and-white food world into vibrant technicolor."
Rebecca Katz, MS, author of The Longevity Kitchen: Satisfying, Big-Flavor Recipes Featuring the Top 16 Age-Busting Power Foods
"Knowing how to cook quick meals using whole, minimally processed ingredients is an integral skill to living a fit lifestyle in our world today. With The 3-Day Reset, Pooja not only teaches you how to do this, but she also illuminates how we've lost touch with these kinds of foods. The 3-Day Reset gets to the heart of what it means to eat well."
Cheryl Forberg, RD, New York Times bestselling author, James Beard Awardwinning chef, and the nutritionist for The Biggest Loser
Natural foods chef and Huffington Post blogger Mottl addresses the challenge of making significant changes to your dietary regime by providing targeted chapters for reeducating your body regarding ten key foods and meals: sugar, salt, wheat, chocolate, yogurt, chicken, beverages, breakfast, salad, and takeout. Mottl uses the three-day reset technique as a concentrated time for the reader to become educated about the extent of ingredients such as sugar, salt, and wheat used and the many processed forms they may take in common foods. Recipes are included with each chapter to help the reader use the three days of reset to rediscover or be introduced to new, delicious natural foods that are high in nutrition. Shopping lists also ease the transformation of the 'reset' kitchen.”
About the Author
is a professionally trained Natural Foods Chef, Healthy Eating Coach, and Healthy Living Expert whose work has captivated audiences from Good Morning America
to the Huffington Post. She is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute, a world-renowned institution for pairing culinary training with health-promoting food. Mottl also holds a certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University and is an NSCA-CPT certified personal trainer. She advises private clients on healthy eating and has taught cooking classes at Whole Foods Market. She regularly blogs for the Huffington Post and GAIAM. Mottl has appeared on Good Morning America
, WGN TV, Martha Stewart Radio, Style.com, the Green Festival, HuffPost Live, and a variety of additional media outlets.
Mottl gained a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan and an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics. She began her career as Wall Street investment banker and an economic analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York before falling head over heels in love with healthy food. Mottl is a wife and mom to a baby girl named Valentina and a five-year-old, over-confident Brussels Griffon. She lives and works in California and New York City.