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Initial post: Feb 3, 2008, 7:10:36 PM PST
Pollywogg says:
I love Tosca, and I have her Eat clean Cookbook which is great and has a BRIEF list of clean eating principles but doesn't really go into the nuts and bolts of it... (Maybe there aren't any 'nuts and bolts' to it, maybe I'm making it all too hard.)
Anyway, I'm wondering if I really need to buy this book to succeed at clean eating? Her eat clean principles sound very similar to the Body for Life eating plan. Protein at every meal, several small meals a day etc.
Can anyone tell me if there is anything new or different here I need to know? Tosca's book is very reasonably priced, but do I really need it?

Thanks!

Posted on Dec 22, 2009, 12:48:45 PM PST
I am also interested to know if this book is much different than the Body for Life cookbook. I am thinking of ordering it but not sure if it would be redundant.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 11, 2012, 3:15:07 PM PDT
Flossy says:
Hi!

The difference between Tosca's books and BFL are that Clean Eating includes a lot more healthy fat where the BFL focus is on everything low fat. Also, Clean eating doesnt watch carb intake as much. You will notice most BFL meals have around 20 grams of carbs per serving where Clean eating meals vary and can be up to 60 grams or more.
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