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Discover thousands of shocking food truths to help flatten your belly fast—and get you on the path to better health!
ABC News nutrition and wellness editor Dave Zinczenko, author of the multimillion-copy bestselling Eat This, Not That! series, blows the lid off the bizarre, unnecessary, and shocking ingredients in many common brands, and shows you how smart choices about the foods you love—including burgers, pizza, and chocolate—can help you lose weight, drop blood pressure, boost your immune system, and more.
Discover how you can EAT IT to help you . . .
BEAT BELLY FAT!
Crazy calorie alert! Uno Chicago Grill’s Mega Deep Dish Sundae has as many calories as 13 Krispy Kreme sugar doughnuts! Order the Mini Hot Chocolate Brownie Sundae instead and save 2,380 calories.
Some dark chocolate brands contain polyphenols, the near-magical nutrients that improve learning and memory, boost mood, and lower stress levels. Find out which brands make the grade.
BEAT HIGH BLOOD SUGAR!
Can you believe there’s oatmeal on the market with as much sugar per serving as 13 Hershey’s kisses? Change your breakfast order and start taking control of your blood sugar levels today!
With Eat It to Beat It, better living starts right now
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June 22, 2017
OMG! Who would even think of half of this stuff that they put in our foods today?!?!?!
This was a very interesting and quick look into what we put into our bodies every day.
He doesn't preach to you, but just gives you information you hadn't thought about or would not have thought about before.
February 22, 2017
Read it and weep and take notes! Knew a lot of this stuff, but was enlightened as well. I read every nutrition label, but this handy little resource will up my scrutiny. Love Zinczenko's sense of humor. Good recipes too.
January 28, 2014
DISCLAIMER: I received this book for free from a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.
3.5 stars. This is the first book by Zinczenko that I've read, though I've certainly looked through some of the Eat This!, Not That! titles.
Eat It to Beat It features the same engaging style: a smaller book, with tons...
March 02, 2016
I was very pleased to receive this through First Reads. I love the entire series, but this particular title is most appropriate as an aging woman trying to make wise choices and to manage the health concerns of aging through the best foods and supplements. This is a classic reference...one we sho...
September 25, 2015
Very good tips on all the hidden calories in restaurant food! I think Cheesecake Factory even ddp frys their water. That place is a lard trap!
October 26, 2017
This book is awesome! There is so much information about packaged food that for me to remember it all I'd either need to research it or read this book several more times and still not remember it all.
I'm amazed at what the food industry puts in our packaged food! Wouldn't it be cheaper to skip a...
January 22, 2018
I am a huge fan of David Zinczenko because of the fact that he believes you do not have to give up your favorite foods in order to be healthy. I have all of his Eat This Not That and Cook This Not That books and David examines foods such as ice cream sundaes, cake, cookies, burgers, chicken finge...
December 21, 2017
This was a great book and the information about food additives is fascinating and will definitely make you a "clean" eater. This author has a whole series of books like this. I think this book is the best one with the most overall information.
January 29, 2017
This book was very humorous and a light and easy read. it was quite shocking to discover all the trash that we are eating. I love that he offered better alternatives. He has been echoing what my mom has been telling us for years about processed foods! it's sad all the ways we are being tricked by...
April 03, 2015
“Eat It To Beat It” by David Zinczenko grabs your attention at the very beginning when he writes about our food containing plastic foam, human hair, duck feathers, desiccated abdomens of beetles, silicon dioxide, wood shavings and extract from the anal scent glands of beavers. Sort of makes you h...