Clean Eating (Clean Food Diet Book 1)
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Clean Eating (Clean Food Diet Book 1) Details

TitleClean Eating (Clean Food Diet Book 1)
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 15th, 2015
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GenreFood and Drink, Cookbooks, Cooking, Food, Health, Self Help, Reference

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Clean Eating (Clean Food Diet Book 1) Review

  • Deborah
    January 1, 1970
    Nothing new here.I'm well aware that my diet could and should be better, so every time a free book like this appears I check it out.This book explains the benefits of clean eating then covers the foods you should eat, detailing the vitamins they provide and why they're good for you.There's then a small selection of recipes, only one actually appealed to me and that was the flapjacks.At the end of the book there's one week meal plan as well.Clean eating is obviously a good idea, easier said than Nothing new here.I'm well aware that my diet could and should be better, so every time a free book like this appears I check it out.This book explains the benefits of clean eating then covers the foods you should eat, detailing the vitamins they provide and why they're good for you.There's then a small selection of recipes, only one actually appealed to me and that was the flapjacks.At the end of the book there's one week meal plan as well.Clean eating is obviously a good idea, easier said than done or maybe it's just that I don't have enough willpower.This book was ok but if I'm being honest there's nothing new here plus I'm vegetarian so a lot of the recipes don't work for me but one thing which did surprise me was one of the recipes asked for margarine, others butter or margarine, it's the first time I've ever come across any kind of healthy or clean eating book suggesting margarine, the quote 'I trust cows more than chemists' comes to mind.
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  • Becca
    January 1, 1970
    Canned foodI highly doubt canned food can be considered clean eating. Throughout the book I only "learnt" anyone can write a book and call it healthy whether or not it truly is. Disappointed, glad I did not pay for this.
  • Jennifer Denney
    January 1, 1970
    Easy clean eatingInteresting and informative with easy to read recipes. Gives the pros and cons of clean eating along with a weekly menu suggestion at the end.
  • Marissa
    January 1, 1970
    Clean Eating is a free and short ebook. There are two parts to the book: information on how to eat clean and a recipe section. The first part about clean eating was interesting and had some good points. However, none of the information was anything new and some of the sentences were choppy making it a little difficult to read.Banks talks about how important it is to include all food groups. I just want to quickly mention that you technically don't need milk and meat because you can get calcium a Clean Eating is a free and short ebook. There are two parts to the book: information on how to eat clean and a recipe section. The first part about clean eating was interesting and had some good points. However, none of the information was anything new and some of the sentences were choppy making it a little difficult to read.Banks talks about how important it is to include all food groups. I just want to quickly mention that you technically don't need milk and meat because you can get calcium and protein elsewhere. But other than that, she is right that you need to eat from every food group. Your body needs the nutrients to feel full but not stuffed.A lot of fad diets don't work because they want you to cut out a food group like carbs or fats. People end up gaining the weight back once they reintroduce carbs/fat back into their diet. Instead, like Banks writes, you should eat small amounts from every food group for a balanced diet.Banks also included a recipe section which I did not like. How are you going to include a list of recipes without pictures? There aren't even a few pictures.Her Blueberry Pancake recipe makes 15 at 112 calories each. How small are her frickin pancakes?! And her Omelette recipe calls for bacon which is not healthy. She puts cheese in everything too. And margarine! And bacon! How are you going to talk about avoiding unhealthy fats and GMOs then include a recipe calling for margarine? And bacon is one of the worst meats for you. everyone knows this. I honestly started to skim through the recipe section which took up half of the book. I bookmarked nothing from the recipe section.In the middle of the recipe section she stops to advertise another one of her books. What? Save that for the end.
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  • Jennifer Fischer
    January 1, 1970
    This book contains some general information about how to begin eating a clean diet. There are some facts and tips that may help beginners with this type of lifestyle choice. The book also contains several different recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Several of the recipes are one that I already make, while others call for specialty ingredients that I've never seen in my area. It would be nice if the book contained a broader range of recipes and suggestions for substitutions for t This book contains some general information about how to begin eating a clean diet. There are some facts and tips that may help beginners with this type of lifestyle choice. The book also contains several different recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Several of the recipes are one that I already make, while others call for specialty ingredients that I've never seen in my area. It would be nice if the book contained a broader range of recipes and suggestions for substitutions for those hard to find ingredients. I like that the book contains a sample meal plan as that is one aspect of healthier eating that I tend to struggle with.I received this book for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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  • Julie Barrett
    January 1, 1970
    Clean Eating: Amazingly Delicious Recipes To Jump Start Your Weight Loss, Increase Energy and Feel Great! (Clean Food Diet Book 1) We have adopted a Mediterranean type of eating habit now and this book endorses that style as everything is fresh. We have just started planting our crops in the garden and I am interested in learning more.Different food groups are discussed with sub categories of what food is better for different parts of your body and health.Also a section on what to avoid: process Clean Eating: Amazingly Delicious Recipes To Jump Start Your Weight Loss, Increase Energy and Feel Great! (Clean Food Diet Book 1) We have adopted a Mediterranean type of eating habit now and this book endorses that style as everything is fresh. We have just started planting our crops in the garden and I am interested in learning more.Different food groups are discussed with sub categories of what food is better for different parts of your body and health.Also a section on what to avoid: processed foods, sugars, etc.Comes with recipes and no pictures but has nutritional information so you can see for yourself how healthy it really is.Other works by the author are offered at Amazon via a link. Love this book as it also contains all the meals needed for a full week!
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  • Olga Hebert
    January 1, 1970
    Nothing new hereEating clean is never really defined but it's good for you. Chemicals in processed foods are bad. Okay, I believe that already. There is absolutely nothing new in this book. There is no evidence sited. Statements and opinions are given in somewhat random order. The quality of writing is poor with far too many grammatical errors. It falls far short of being a compelling persuasive essay because of the lack of evidence and the incoherent style.The author comes off as a simplistic c Nothing new hereEating clean is never really defined but it's good for you. Chemicals in processed foods are bad. Okay, I believe that already. There is absolutely nothing new in this book. There is no evidence sited. Statements and opinions are given in somewhat random order. The quality of writing is poor with far too many grammatical errors. It falls far short of being a compelling persuasive essay because of the lack of evidence and the incoherent style.The author comes off as a simplistic cheerleader for healthy eating. That's fine, but don't waste money on someone's opinion. Do better research.
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  • Sharon Warren
    January 1, 1970
    Short and to the PointI like this book due to it being short and to the point. It is truly a jump start to change your lifestyle towards healthy eating. This will help me because I have a medical condition that I was advised to change eating habits. I have started slowly but I'm ready to take it all the way. I have enjoyed cooking more since I've started making meals from scratch. It does take more time but it actually relax me and I can control the ingredients in my family meals.
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  • Angel Graham
    January 1, 1970
    It is highly possible to do clean eating without breaking the bank. This book has recipes that will cost anyone who doesn't make good money far too much to be able to sustain it for very long. I am on Food Stamps. I couldn't begin to buy groceries to last a month eating ANY of these recipes. Otherwise, I guess it's good, but it limits its audience to a very small percentage of people.
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  • Tara Jamieson
    January 1, 1970
    Quick readThis is a VERY short read about clean eating. I feel it touches on the basics then gives you some recipes. I want to transition my entire family back to a clean diet so I want all the knitting gritty information and some awesome recipes that my kids will eat as well
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  • Thandeka Young
    January 1, 1970
    Very informativeI have learned some very great recipes. I wonder if I'm going to be able to stick to this diet. Clean eating is a way of life and I'm just not use if everyone can do it
  • Barbara
    January 1, 1970
    Great introduction to me for clean eating. I started week 1and love all the recipes I have tried so far. Highly recommended.
  • Lauren
    January 1, 1970
    Enjoyed this cookbook, there are recipes I look forward to making.
  • Aubrey
    January 1, 1970
    Most of this is just recipes. Not a lot about what constitutes clean eating. I was hoping for something more in depth. But at least it was free.
  • DAPHNE SKINNER
    January 1, 1970
    Nothing newOnly a few things were worth the read. A lot of info already knew for. Other readings. Couple of good recipes..
  • Chantey
    January 1, 1970
    Thanks
  • Julie Davis
    January 1, 1970
    Good read!Great information for healthy eating and living. Worth reading and trying the recipes -- take the time to learn more about healthy food choices.
  • Stephanie Hubbard
    January 1, 1970
    Not impressedNot very informative also had a lot of typos. I thought I would like a few recipes buy not many
  • James D Stidham
    January 1, 1970
    Informative!Thank you for an intro to clean eating. I want to incorporate more fresh, whole food into my diet and your book really made me believe I can do it.
  • Denise
    January 1, 1970
    No picturesThere are NO pictures. How are younglings know if it's right. With no pictures of the. Food.. it w o old have been nice to see how it. Is to look like.
  • crystal
    January 1, 1970
    InformativeInformative but meals are not quick simple healthy eats this will take time to prepare while choosing I don't mind when I have the time.
  • Farreh
    January 1, 1970
    Simple, but has many recipies :)
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