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Eat This Not That! 2010: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution Paperback – October 6, 2009
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“Eat This, Not That! provides its readers with a great service. Romano's Macaroni Grill evaluated every item on its menu for flavor and nutritional responsibility. In fact, one of the previous recipes that needed dramatic improvement, a Scallop Salad, appeared on the Eat This, Not That! segment of the March 9, 2009, Today Show. An improved Seared Sea Scallops & Fresh Spinach Salad recipe was introduced shortly thereafter in June 2009, that contains 85% less Saturated Fat and 66% fewer Calories.”
--Romano's Macaroni Grill - CEO Brad Blum
“Eat This, Not That! has always been an industry leader in providing healthy eating/healthy living advice to diners. In order to satisfy customer demand for great tasting, on-the-go food for a healthy lifestyle, Jamba Juice has introduced several new menu options in 2009 including slow cooked oatmeal...and Grab 'n Go wraps, salads and sandwiches that contain no artificial flavors, no preservatives and no high fructose corn syrup. With Eat This, Not That! 2010, you’ll never diet, never go hungry—and never worry about your weight again!”
--Jamba Juice - CEO James White
“David has a whole bunch of these books. This is the brand new 2010 edition. I think these books are brilliant. I was just chitchatting with the audience and just right on the cover, there’s one pizza that’s 2300 calories, and one pizza that’s 610 calories. I mean you just don’t know and they look identical. That’s the premise of this.”
-- Dr Mehmet Oz, on Oprah Radio
-- Ellen DeGeneres
-- Oprah Winfrey on Oprah
About the Author
DAVID ZINCZENKO is the editor-in-chief of Men’s Health and editorial director of Women’s Health. He is a regular contributor to the Today show and has appeared on Oprah, 20/20, and Primetime Live.
MATT GOULDING is the food and nutrition editor of Men’s Health. He has cooked and eaten his way around the world and now lives in Pennsylvania.
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This book breaks things down into categories that make it easy when making choices in a particular food category. This enables you, over time, to learn the difference about food choices & creates a lifestyle change. Don't think of this as a "diet" book, but rather a learning tool.
I have loaned my book out various times & helped many friends learn how to make healthier choices. As a result, many have purchased this book & also it became a domino effect lol.
Love this book & still use it as a refresher often. Will be looking to see if an updated version has been published.
A lot of the pages are made up of graphics. On a Google Nexus 7, no matter what I do through Kindle to change the text size on the Graphics, it won't. I can't even pinch zoom in to it.... :(
When I enlarge the text, the only thing that would be enlarged is the actual text of the book but nothing on graphics.
I wish you guys could update this digital book to be able to change the text size on the graphics so that I can read what it says on the captions on these graphic pages. Just a request. Thank you.
The one short coming in the book is that each resturant or fast food joint only has about six menu items (Three on each side of the eat this not that cycle). I'd like to see many more in all the resturants they list. Hopefully some day will come when they mak a book that is basically a much more in depth listing of many of the most popular resturant's menu. Regardless if you're single or a family person...This is a good informative book....Especially if your job is on the road and you eat at resturants all the time (I'm waiting for the Truckstop Addition so I too can have a better guide...But seeing how most truck stops are putting in popular fast food joints I'm gettting a lot of info here)
I think "that" is smart. We bought three or four for our kids and ourselves...and anyway, they are cheap to buy, a good "starter" or "refresher" on everyday diet information.
I am not related to an any way, nor the author.
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