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Book Review: The Whole Food Diet (Kindle Version)

by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (follow)
Highest Honors graduate in Fitness & Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute/ Hubgarden.com Chief Editor, Editor & Writer/ Frugal Gal
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The Whole Food Diet, Kindle Version, by Emily Macleod, is about amazing, easy to prepare and simply delicious whole food recipes that will help you drop those extra pounds in 30 days or less! Are you up for the challenge?



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There are many types of whole grains, including whole rice, whole cereal, whole wheat bread and brown rice. Whole foods also include beans, vegetables, fruits, animal products, non-homogenized cheese and other dairy products.

Whole foods stabilize blood sugar, are rich in fiber, make you happier, help digestion, lower cholesterol, make energetic and are good sources of vitamins and minerals, such as iron, protein, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, zinc and selenium.

Whole foods help control your weight by boosting your metabolism and controlling your cravings!

This is easy...all you have to do is substitute junk food and eat REAL food. So, no need to starve yourself!

A sample grocery list would be organic fruits, organic vegetables, organic meat products, beans, herbs, spices, organic dairy products, brown rice, wild rice, whole cereal and whole wheat bread.

Some tips for The Whole Food Diet are:

Pay attention to your portions. Use a saucer instead of a regular plate.

Exercise regularly for atleast an hour each day.

Drink alot of water.

Track your calorie intake, which may be done via Sparkpeople or My Fitness Pal.

For the first week, eliminate all of the junk food in your house, such as soda, chips and canned juices. Do some dancing, running, biking or brisk walking. Follow recipes included for the first week.

For the second week, do aerobics adn follow the included recipes.

For the third week, do 20 minutes of cardio and another 20 minutes of toning exercises such as yoga. Follow included recipes.

For the fourth week, continue daily exercise. If you are not comfortable with the included recipes, prepare recipes from the previous chapters.

With this diet, be consistent. Continue eating this way even after the 30 days. NO MORE JUNK FOOD!

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