Oprah called it "a great guide that everyone should get." Dr. Oz says it will "carve a path to a healthier, leaner, happier you." And Ellen says: ""Eat This, Not That" is going to freak the weight right off of you!" But you don't have to take their word for it. With "Eat This Not That! The Best (& Worst!) Foods in America!" - by David ...
Oprah called it "a great guide that everyone should get." Dr. Oz says it will "carve a path to a healthier, leaner, happier you." And Ellen says: ""Eat This, Not That" is going to freak the weight right off of you!" But you don't have to take their word for it. With "Eat This Not That! The Best (& Worst!) Foods in America!" - by David Zinczenko with Matt Goulding - you can become yet another success story, and drop 10, 20, 30 pounds or more while still eating your favorite foods-and never, ever going on a diet! With this revolutionary book you'll discover: - How choosing one fast-food milk shake over another can save you nearly 2,000 calories! (The difference is an entire day's worth of calories! Make that swap just once a month and you'll save 7 pounds of fat in just one year!) - 25 "healthy" foods that aren't. (Learn about the supposedly "healthy" foods that are secretly packing your body with excess calories, fat, sugar and sodium-and what you should eat instead to lose weight effortlessly!) - 20 foods your cardiologist wouldn't eat. (Place smart orders at the window to avoid packing on pounds!) - 16 secrets the restaurant industry doesn't want you to know! (Read this list before your next supermarket trip-your health depends on it!) - The 20 unhealthiest drinks in America. (So you can sip what you want, skip the diet, and still lose lots of weight this year!) - The best and worst sex foods! (Because changing what you eat can boost your sexual health-and your performance in bed!) - The best and worst restaurants in America! (How healthy is your favorite eatery? Consult our exclusive Restaurant Report Card and find out!) This exclusive hardcover book in the runaway bestselling series lists thousands of the fastest and easiest ways to cut calories and quickly lose 10, 20, 30 pounds or more while still eating all the foods you love. "Eat This, Not That: The Best (& Worst!) Foods in America!" reveals how to eat right every time-no matter where you are.
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The amount of information that they cram into this book series is incredible. Their use of comparison between certain foods was really eye opening to me. For example, I had NO idea that the amount of saturated fat in a Twix was equivalent to the amount of saturated fat in ELEVEN strips of bacon! As a visual person, not only did I find the photography to be very helpful, but the explanations as to WHY certain foods are better than others just made what they were saying make complete sense. I have already lost 17 pounds by eating 1200 calories a day and following the book religiously. I have already recommended these books to all my friends and family. :)
Oct 22, 2010
This is a FUN book to look at
This is the first book I saw in this series of books and I LOVED it. Lots of great color pictures of foods we all know and love to order in chain restaurants as well as fast food places. I was shocked to see just how fattening some of the foods we think are 'healthy' really are. Every page is a full color picture of those foods with text boxes giving relevant info. Went through the whole book that a friend showed me and then ordered my own.
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