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Eat It to Beat It!: Banish Belly Fat-and Take Back Your Health-While Eating the Brand-Name Foods You Love! Paperback – December 31, 2013
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“David Zinczenko provocatively exposes what’s in our food, so grab a fork and start indulging your way back to health with his advice.”—Mehmet Oz, M.D.
“Dave Zinczenko’s investigations into the truth about our food make him one of the top nutrition experts in America. Eat It to Beat It! is an essential guidebook for anyone with an appetite for eating and living well.”—Travis Stork, M.D., co-host, The Doctors
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I love the format of the book, the color photos and the concept. The problem - David changes his mind about what is healthy and what is not from book to book.
In his supermarket guide and several cook books David tells you that olive oil mayo is best. There is an EAT THIS label on the picture of the olive oil mayo in the supermarket guide. It is an ingredient in several recipes in his other books. BUT suddenly in his new book olive oil mayo (which I have been buying based on his recommendation) is a bad for you Franken food and full fat mayo should be eaten instead. On my next trip to the grocery store, I had no idea which mayo to choose!
He also shows pictures of products that are the absolute "best" and in his other books he selected other products. In addition,he confuses the issue by using certain brands that are "best" in one book, and then using another one of the same brands products as "worst" in this book to illustrate the same type of food. Yes ingredients will vary within the products but if he could stick to the same products as "best" from book to book and suggest other good ones it would be less confusing then constantly changing it. And some of the "best" products are hard to find at regular supermarkets.
As mentioned earlier, I love David's, "Cook This Not That" books and highly recommend them. Even though some of the recipes are repeated in several of the books (and they shouldn't be) I still love them. They have saved me many a calorie while enjoying delicious food.Read more ›
I only gave it 4 stars because it leans heavy on fast food and not so much on food you can purchase from the grocery store. I avoid fast food at all costs, so only 1/3 of the book had information I could use.
supermarket and I wish the book would put the information where to buy those products with good nutritional
That said, I'm definitely more educated about what I eat. Depressed about it, lol, but educated.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love these books. David Zinczenko has changed my eating habits. I do sometimes find the books contradicting in subsequent years in recommended foods and find that a bit... Read morePublished 1 month ago by NK Schofill
SO FAR HIS BOOKS HAVE HELPED ME EAT RIGHT AND NO WHAT I CAN AND SHOULD'NT EAT ITS JUST GREATPublished 1 month ago by tigeress2010
By page 3 my jaw was on the floor. What an eye opener this book is! I've totally changed how I eat after this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shaz
Very good book. Recipes take very little ingredients and taste amazing.Published 2 months ago by Connette Blalock