I bought the book - and I do think he has some interesting things to say - but honestly, I felt like I was reading one long commercial. Plus, in the end, it's not JUST a diet he recommends. He also says to buy such and such supplements and I think he even mentioned his make-up in the book, too.
Hit his web site and check out the prices first.
I was just bothered by the comments of a "diet" and instead this was more like a Jenny Craig plan - buy my products, eat this food (sold to you by my endorsers), take my supplements, wear my make-up and use my acne products (which bears to question if it's the Acne Diet - why do I have to buy all this other stuff, too?).
But each person should make up their own mind.
As emmual says - take what seems logical (but cover the rest with kitty litter...)
Years ago I tried some Estee Lauder products - it broke my skin out horribly. My mom told me afterwards that EL products were geared towards older women with dry complexions.
I wish the girl behind the counter had told me that! I guess she just wanted to make a sale. I never bought their products again. In fact, I'm leery of department stores and their questionable expertise.