Title: Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food: Lose the Fake Food and Kickstart Your Weight Loss
Author: Christine Avanti, CN
Publisher: Rodale Books
Publish Date: December 20, 2011
Summary from Goodreads:
My thoughts: This book was very informative on how to eat real food. By real food, she means food that comes from the ground. She tells you which foods to eat for vitamins, minerals and fiber. She even has a list in the back of the book of real food you can find in the grocery stores like Wal-Mart and Trader Joe's. I also liked how she had a blog roll of some of the food blogs I actually read like Kath Eats Real Food. This is a book everybody can learn something from. If you are really serious about eating real food, you should read this book because it has some valuable information.Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat Salads author Christine Avanti explains how women and men can
control their appetites and lose weight by avoiding the fake and processed foods that are
actually making them fatter.
Many women think that products labeled “fat-free,” “sugar-free,” or “lite” are the key to easy weight
loss. The truth is that these so-called healthy packaged foods are filled with processed ingredients and
chemicals that actually contribute to weight gain by causing us to overeat.
In The Real Food Diet, nutritionist Christine Avanti explains why a diet rich in all-natural produce, whole grains, and lean protein packed with the nutrients responsible for maintaining stable blood sugar levels and speeding up metabolism is by far the more effective option. Avanti draws on the latest research to provide guidelines for what and how often readers should eat to ensure that pounds are dropped—and offers specific meal plans, grocery lists, and a collection of flavorful recipes filled with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
A guide to eating real food in a factory-food world, a weight loss plan, and a real-food cookbook in one, The Real Food Diet will instruct and inspire readers to steer clear of fake food and eat the balanced, all-natural way we were designed to eat.