Based on the most popular column in both "Men's Health" and "Women's Health" magazines, this work is a comprehensive guide to what to eat at home, ...Show synopsisBased on the most popular column in both "Men's Health" and "Women's Health" magazines, this work is a comprehensive guide to what to eat at home, from the supermarket, even at a fast-food counter. 300 color photographs.Hide synopsis
Perfect compendium with its sister book, Eat this not That: Supermarket survival. Together you learn not only what to avoid to help lose weight, but also what to buy and feed your family for dramatically improved nutrition.
"Eat This Not That", profiles everyday foods, Fast and store bought, to provide the reader with solid info to make better decisions.Literally small in size, about the size of your hand, at 304 pages and 8 Chapters of cram packed info"Eat This Not That" contains actual product reproductions and comparisons between fast food restaurants, and processed food items from stores, that detail the positive and negative of popular food items.Every Chapter offers valid comparisons between products ,including Fats, and Calorie totals.
Chapter 1: 8 Foods You Should Eat Every Day, Plus 20 to Avoid.
Chapter 2: At Your Favorite Restaurants
Chapter 3: Eat This, Not That
Chapter 4:On Holidays and Special Occasions
Chapter 5: At the Supermarket
Chapter 6: Drink This, Not That
Chapter 7: What to Eat When Your Tired, Stressed, or in the Mood
Chapter 8: Eat This Not That! for Kids....
So with tips for every day use, this book provides skillful illumination as to how to improve your health thru better eating habits. Highly Recommended !
Just a note to overseas customers: If I had realised beforehand that this book was so exclusively intended for US readers, I would never have bought it! Living in Denmark, I find it unfortunately of very little help. The restaurants, shops etc. mentioned in it are - with very few exceptions - simply not located here.
This book does a good job of showing an overview of your choices and the impact on your health/weight. It covers the basics of down selecting from the grocery store shelf and items usually falls into 4 comparative categories - caloric/fat/sugar content, vitamins/minerals/nutrition, unnecessary additives, sodium content. This isn't an answer for someone who's scarfing down bags of chocolate bars and whole big bags of chips. But if you're wondering where those extra 5 or 30 pounds are coming from, this is very informative to tune the daily/cumulative damage.
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