NO, this is a digital eBook that you read on a digital device. A hard copy book is printed. eBooks are a digital document that you view on devices such as desktop computers, iPads, iPhones, smart phones, tablets etc.
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When checkout is completed you will receive an email containing a download link for the eBook. Touch the link to go to the download page. Press download to download the eBook to your device. Once the eBook download is complete, it will open in your default browser. Touch anywhere on the eBook and the browser will give you an option to 'OPEN IN...' Select iBooks from the provided options. Once opened in iBooks, the eBook will be saved there and will remain within the PDF section. To view your Feel the Lean eBook anytime simply open from iBooks anytime, anywhere! [gallery link="file" columns="6" ids="303,298,302,300,301,299"]
Please note: Android devices vary greatly by manufacturer so there are many different variations on how you may view and save your eBook. Once the eBook is downloaded it will need to be saved either locally on the device or using online storage such as Google Drive or Dropbox. Once checkout is completed you will receive an email containing a download link for the eBook. Touch the link to go to the download page. Press download to download the eBook to your device. Once the eBook download is complete, it will recommend an app to view the eBook. Select the app you would like to view the eBook with, from the provided options (the example below uses Google Drive PDF viewer). Once opened in your selected app, you will need to ensure that it is saved on either the device (within a chosen folder) or online storage. To view your Feel the Lean eBook anytime simply open from your chosen saved location. [gallery link="file" columns="5" ids="307,308,309,319,335"]
Firstly open iTunes and from the drop down menu select Books. If the option is not there then select edit menu and click the checkbox for Books, then press done. Click and drag the Feel The Lean eBook from it's folder location into iTunes to add it to the Books section. Plugin your iPhone or iPad and select the device icon to show the device information. Click Books, then check 'Sync Books', 'Selected Books' then check the Feel The Lean eBook. Click apply upload the eBook onto your device. [gallery link="file" columns="6" ids="480,481,482,483,478,479"]
Feel The Lean 1.0 is a larger book with more in-depth information about the lifestyle, where as Feel The Lean 2.0 is simply all recipes with little information about the lifestyle. If you want the more ins and outs of the lifestyle then you will need to read Feel The Lean 1.0.
Yes of course! You will still benefit greatly from 2.0 and all the recipes to offer within that eBook. Although I do suggest you read 1.0 first, for 1.0 has very in-depth detailed information about how to thrive on this Plant-based Lifestyle and in turn the recipes will make more sense when reading 2.0.
No, but it the ebooks are a guide to help you along your journey to a more plant based diet.
Yes most of them are, although the recipes shown seem large to ‘most’ people who have not yet eaten an abundant plant based diet. The portions are larger due to the fact the calorie intake of that compared to a meal of the SAD )Standard american/Australian diet) of oily fatty meat/ dairy and processed and concentrated food is higher in calories, so when on a plant based diet your intake of food should be larger to get the calories and nutrients you need and to get to a level of satiation. The information is provided in Feel The Lean 1.0 about this topic. You will most likely need to work your way up to larger portions when started this lifestyle.