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- Print Length: 22 pages
- Publication Date: August 7, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005GDUZLU
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Shake your body - 15 best recipes for a quick and healthy shake for people who work out Kindle Edition
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There are actually 16 recipes as the author has kindly given us a bonus shake at the end, in fact that and the previous one are the two I really like.
It has a contents page and bother sweet and savoury recipes. It seems that these are for post workouts, bodybuilding and that the amount of calories in them is not so important as the protein and carbohydrate etc. contents which is given very clearly.
It is the calories, the fat and the carbs that bother me. I have learned a real lesson in how the calories can pile on the day's allowance and get me completely misled into feeling virtuous, being strict but also mystified as to why the pounds are jumping off my weight and the scales loom menacingly as ever! I would have loved a bracket at the end of the each piece of information to give the percentage of the average 2000 calories per day allowance. Thus knowing that I must fall below this could adjust accordingly and help myself to loose that weight I struggle with!
It may sound childish to want colour pictures but I do find that I look first and then leap, as with most of family and friends the dish has to look appetising as it is left but may taste lovely. I do not stand a chance when grandchildren come for it is one look and stubborn lip compression if they do not see something tempting.
I am happy to have a good taste and brown sludge here and there if I know the nutritional balance but not too much for I would not feel like diving in bravely. I just want to be prepared for what I am getting, and can arrange a tempting and colourful array around it i.e. lots of green and orange!
The main thing I have learned is that drinks count too. ESPECIALLY SHAKES. Maybe I will lose some weight now so wish me luck.