Discover the Secrets to Lose Weight: The Ultimate Whole Foods Budget Plan
Do you consider yourself one of those people fighting to shed off the pounds, finding the perfect, easily manageable diet? Is your current diet plan not getting you there as well as you hoped it could? Have you ever heard of the whole foods diet plan but are worried it might not fit your family’s tight budget? Then “The Whole Foods Diet: Your Guide to Whole Food Shopping, Cooking, Eating & Money-Saving Recipes”, the new diet book by Andrea Huffington is the one thing you should pick up right now.
What many of present-day Americans do not take seriously is avoiding the bad habit of consuming protein above their recommended daily intake. But what they don’t realize or choose to ignore is, the fact that animal-based protein is slowly killing them. Those happy treats such as potato chips, fries and all-American pies without the slightest trace of plant food contain absolutely no fiber. And our bodies seek out fiber for it to function at peak. So what become the consequences? Nobody wants their health to decline. Health-food expert, Andrea Huffington in her new book, now shares to us how going “whole” can alter poor eating decisions and change the way you perceive oil, sugar, fat and processed food forever!
“Every day, average Americans typify a diet menu of pizza, chicken, dairy, chocolate, flour and beef. The problem is, they eat more than their calorie requirement. I want to put out there the many healthy alternatives to today’s processed products. Going whole-wheat is an amazing take, when we talk about getting full nutrition,” Huffington remarks. Snacks take ¼ of the calorie diet. There are too many choices now compared to three decades ago. In 1977, a good 40% of Americans can go without snacking. This decreased to 22% in the 90’s, and sadly, only 10% do not need to snack in the second millennium.
“The Whole Foods Diet: Your Guide to Whole Food Shopping, Cooking, Eating & Money-Saving Recipes”, covers a comprehensive range of topics that familiarize you on healthy whole foods eating, preparing you to say no to innutritious snacks and meals:
- Why going with the whole foods diet plan is the best course of action
- Whole foods versus synthetic nutritional tablets
- Why active individuals need whole foods
- Losing weight the natural way through the whole foods diet
- Going the whole foods plant-based method of dieting
- Switching you over to a healthy whole foods diet
- Whole foods ingredients you need to take with you while budget shopping
- Where to buy your whole foods
- Whole foods budget meals you can try
- Recommended whole foods products
- Budget-friendly whole foods recipes
Huffington’s tips and knowledge to attain healthy living through healthy whole foods eating are exceptional. As a victim of poor eating choices in the past, she now advocates to enlighten others on how to live the good life following the “whole” route.
Healthy whole food is just as good next to jarred, canned or packaged goods that are only good at catching your palate’s first impression. Eating nutritious, unadulterated food is great for you and your body because it supplies you with food’s original nutrients without any form of modification. There are so many micronutrients you miss on when you insist on eating junk like toaster pastries or frozen pizza. “The Whole Foods Diet: Your Guide to Whole Food Shopping, Cooking, Eating & Money-Saving Recipes” teaches you how to overcome this weakness, and teaches you how to work out an impressive whole foods diet on a budget.
Huffington’s new guide is expected to gain more commendation from dietitians and weight watchers. She already has five other health books published, highly recognized for their excellent healthy eating tip-source. You can visit this link [link to Amazon page] to take a preview of her works and order them e-book format. Her books hold 1001 treasure ways to attain a healthier way of life.
About Andrea Huffington
Andrea Huffington is a professional speaker, writer and health coach. Raised in Southern California, Andrea grew up with problems of being an overweight child. She graduated chemical engineer in UCLA and took an internship in India. Shortly thereafter, she had to return to America to be treated for worsening diabetes. After a difficult period, Andrea experimented on various methods to healthy eating then found the Paleolithic diet plan. She has been a figure of health and wellness ever since.
Andrea has recently spent three months in the Kalahari Desert learning the secrets of stamina and endurance in the hottest of climates. She is based in Hawaii with her family, two dogs and a Boa Constrictor.
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