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Eating on the Run

 

by Evelyn Tribole

Description

Do you know how to make the healthiest food choices at McDonald's? When you shop the frozen food case, can you spot the "light" dinners that are really hiding big doses of fat? How can you squeeze healthy, nutritious meals into your busy schedule?
Eating on the Run has the answers! It's a survival guide for everyone who is too busy to cook and eat traditional meals.


Review

     I rarely recommend a book, but I'm feeling that I must now! The book is called Eating on the Run by Evelyn Tribole. This book brings weight management down to its barebones--you learn what your body needs as basic nutrition, how to eat and feel satisfied, the problems with diets and vitamins and how they can hurt you, dispels myths, and how to apply good eating habits efficiently w/o trading taste or satisfaction. You know me, I LOOOOOVE food but I'm just not much of a cook. And like everyone else, I'm just trying to figure out how to take care of my body.
     This isn't a cookbook, but there are several recipes throughout the book--many and enough to have you up and going with good eating habits. Since it is geared to busy people, it's an easy, straightforward read that really helps you to understand weight management and how to apply it. In other books, I usually learn a lot then forget it because it just isn't realistic.
     The author has a regular column (Recipe Makeover) in Shape magazine, is the spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, and qualified for the 1984 Olympic marathon event. Therefore, she has the credentials.
     So, in my most sincerist verve, I totally recommend reading this book as a way to change eating habits and understand weight management for yourself.
Joe in BC, Amazon.com

 

 

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