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eBook Eat This, Not That! 2013: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution ePub

by Matt Goulding,David Zinczenko

  • ISBN: 1609618246
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Matt Goulding,David Zinczenko
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rodale Books; Updated, Expanded edition (September 18, 2012)
  • Pages: 368
  • ePub book: 1996 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1267 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 585

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2013: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution Paperback – September 18, 2012. The EAT THIS NOT THAT! book by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding is a simple and handy guide book that helps all of us who dine out pick meals that are better for our waist lines

2013: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution Paperback – September 18, 2012. by. David Zinczenko (Author). The EAT THIS NOT THAT! book by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding is a simple and handy guide book that helps all of us who dine out pick meals that are better for our waist lines.

2013: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution as Want to Read .

2013: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It arms you with the savvy tricks and insider information you need to eat well in today’s dangerous food landscape.

Product Description With an angry food industry hot on their heels and a ravenous fan base clamoring for more, Zinczenko and Goulding once again redefine the American food landscape.

Eat This, Not That! (ETNT), is a media franchise owned and operated by co-author David Zinczenko. The original book series was developed from a column from Men's Health magazine written by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding. It now also includes. The franchise makes recommendations about food choices with the aim of improving health.

Additional features in Eat This, Not That! . David Zinczenko, Matt Goulding. Rodale Books, 24 нояб

David Zinczenko, Matt Goulding. Rodale Books, 24 нояб.

Restaurant Survival Guide: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution. Part of the Eat This, Not That! Series). by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding. The problem is, restaurant chains and food producers aren't interested in helping you make healthy choices.

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Make no mistake-this is no rice-and-tofu cookbook.

Make no mistake-this is no rice-and-tofu cookbook. The genius of Cook This, Not That! is that it teaches you how to save hundreds-sometimes thousands-of calories by recreating America’s most popular restaurant dishes, including Outback Steakhouse’s Roasted Filet with Port Wine Sauce, Uno Chicago Grill’s Individual Deep Dish Pizza, and Chili’s Fire Grilled Chicken Fajita. David Zinczenko is the New York Times bestselling co-author (with Matt Goulding) of the Eat This, Not That! series (which has sold more than eight million copies in North America), the Abs Diet books, The 8-Hour Diet, and most recently Eat It to Beat It!

The No-diet weight-loss solution - How to use this book to lose weight - Four ways the No-diet diet will change your life.

The No-diet weight-loss solution - How to use this book to lose weight - Four ways the No-diet diet will change your life. starting today! - - Know thy enemies - Choose your weapons! - - Breakfasts - Lunch - Dinner - Snacks - Dessert - Sweat this, not that! - - The world's most dangerous activity. Cut off text before page 1 due to tight binding.

With an angry food industry hot on their heels and a ravenous fan base clamoring for more, Zinczenkoand Goulding once again redefine the American food landscape.

Featuring up-to-the-minute information on the ever-changing array of supermarket and restaurantofferings, Eat This, Not That! 2012 reveals the shocking calorie counts, mind-bending sugar and fatloads, and deceptive advertising and marketing techniques that are making America fat―and givesreaders the information they need to fight back.

Packed with cool tips, industry secrets, and essential nutrition knowledge, Eat This, Not That! 2012is a must-have for anyone who cares about what they eat―and how they look.

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Grinin Grinin
PROS
*Easy to carry around. Fits nicely into a purse. Handy on vacation.
*Pretty pictures
*Fun to read
*Easy to use.
*Lots of familiar products/mainstream restaurants included.
*Quickly identifies healthiest items on the menu.

CONS
*Fuzzy Math. Some of the comparisons don't make sense--like turn to the Baskin Robbins section--why is Rocky Road ice cream bad (290 calories, 15gfat (8 sat), 32g sugar), but Two Scoop Hot Fudge Sundae is good (530 calories, 29g fat (19sat) and 52 g of sugar.) WHAT???? I don't get it.

*I wouldn't take the caloric facts as *fact*--For instance under the SONIC section, the authors list the Grilled Chicken Wrap as only having 380 calories but fails to mention that this is without dressing. Double check the caloric content on the restaurant's website before eating.

*Contradictory. Apparently, Goldfish crackers are bad when they're coming from a vending machine (p. 193) but good when coming off a store shelf. (216).
Winail Winail
This is a great book. Slick and attractive, with fantastic full-color pictures. Very well researched too, which is expected coming from the folks behind one of the most densely-packed, informative magazines, Men's Health.

The truth is that casual dining restaurants have higher calorie meals than the much-maligned fast food joints. While the fast food restaurants are now required to publish calorie, fat, and sodium contents, the casual restaurants have been quietly fighting against requiring them to release the same information. Thanks to this book and the research behind it, we can now get a better idea of what we've been eating at these restaurants. And it is eye opening.

Each two page section has a high-calorie, fat trap food on the right, and a healthier alternative on the left. Lots of reasons for why one is a better choice than the other, as well as quick lists of other good choices (and not so good choices) on the left and right.

This simple, but effective layout conveys a ton of information quickly and easily. The sections are by restaurant, and by situation type (like shopping at the mall, or at a holiday party), so it is easy to read and get good ideas for how to make better food choices.

The only negative is that you might never get fries again, after you see all the things you could eat instead and still not hit the calorie count of the fries. Outback's Aussie Cheese Fries have 2900 calories. Wow!

Highly recommended book, even if you aren't trying to lose weight. You'll learn a ton about the foods you are eating at restaurants, which is well worth the price of admission.

Sean P. Logue, 2007
Kefrannan Kefrannan
I wish I could read a friggin' diet book without being beaten over the head with someone's politics. But remember, to left-wingers like Zinczenko, liberalism is their religion and they couldn't write a book without mentioning it any more than, say, a devout Christian could write a book without injecting their faith in Jesus Christ. Therefore, we get praise for her majesty Michelle Obama, while the the author rips Rush Limbaugh for daring to critisise her lecturing America about our diets. But he doesn't stop there. He has to ridicule Rush for his painkiller addiction, tying it to the book by saying it was linked to his back pain, which was caused by his being overweight, which means he shouldn't have dared question the first lady. Got that? If that's not enough, he also praises the lady who sued McDonald's for "making her fat", which goes agains the self-help/personal responsibility that books like this are supposed to be about. If you are a hefty lefty, then this is your diet book. Buy it to file next to your Michael Moore and Al Franken comic books. Everyone else should avoid.
Brightfury Brightfury
This book is completely retarded. The front cover is a PERFECT example for my argument. The author (David Zinczenko who I personally like as an author for his abs diet books) compares McDonald's Bic Mac with the Whopper from Burger King...well guess what? BOTH OF THEM ARE EXTREMELY TERRIBLE FOR YOU! This book is full of such comparisons where both options are not what a person on a diet should be eating. I'm sure he is correct on the nutritional information of the products, but if you really want to lose weight and eat healthy then you should eat NEITHER of them. Basically, this book should be titled "Don't eat THIS or THAT." Buy this book if you want a comprehensive list of what foods you should avoid.