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Eat All Your Favorite FoodsAnd Watch the Pounds Disappear!Two years after the runaway success of the original Eat This, Not That!, co-authors Matt and Dave noticed an interesting trend: Restaurants were actually cleaning up their menus! With consumers avoiding the countrys worst calorie offenses, some restaurants saw fit to remove them from the menu entirely. Consider this: After Chilis Awesome Blossom took the runner-up spot on the Worst Foods in America list, Chilis removed the appetizer from their menu entirely. Pepperidge Farm followed suit after being placed on the Worst Foods list and discontinued their Roasted Chicken Pot Pie. When Jamba Juice earned a citation on the Worst Drinks in America list, the chain stopped serving the largest size of their Chocolate Mood smoothie and recommitted itself to becoming one of the healthiest restaurant chains in the nation. The problem is, as the old crop of calorie atrocities were eliminated, a new army of gut-bombs emerged in their place. Thats why the authors created Eat This, Not That! 2010, to empower you with the knowledge to battle a food industry bent on sabotage your waistline with unwanted and unnecessary calories. In this new-and-expanded edition, youll find fresh restaurant and supermarket comparisons, an encyclopedia of food packaging lies, and the invaluable guide to eating healthy on a budget. Essentially youll learn how to make effortless food swaps that will help you strip away 10, 20, 30 pounds or more. Did you know: Choosing Prime Rib over Baby Back Ribs at Outback will save you more than 2,000 calories? You can save nearly 500 calories and more than 20 grams of fat just by ordering your banana split at Dairy Queen instead of Baskin-Robbins? A Stouffers White Meat Chicken Pot Pie has as much saturated fat as 6 scoops of ice cream? (Choose our alternative and save more than 900 calories!)
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Earnest Eats - Hot and Fit Cereal Asian Blend - 2.35 oz. (67g)For over two years they have been traveling the world working on their dream to craft a whole new breakfast adventure. The result? Their Earnest Eats Hot and Fit Cereal Asian Blend inspired by cultures, traditions and knowledge from around the globe. Not simply a can of plain oats, our Hot & Fit cereals have superfood grains - whole oats, amaranth and quinoa - plus fruits nuts and seeds like almonds, mango, cranberries, cocoa and cashews for a powerhouse of nutrition, energy and flavor to power your day. 100% Natural Vegan Wheat-Free Superfood Grains Quinoa Amaranth Oats Where will your breakfast adventure take you today?From the moment you open the package to your very last bite, you can see, taste and smell that Earnest Eats are different. Full of rich flavors and amazing aromas, with lots of whole nuts, fruit and other goodies that you can actually see, Earnest Eats are a feast for the senses. What's the difference? For starters, they believe in the nourishment of whole foods. Not only does food taste better when you use whole ingredients, it keeps you feeling full longer. They source organic ingredients whenever possible, and most importantly, they leave them whole-they don't macerate, extrude or otherwise mush them to a pulp. Earnest Eats are made in small batches and baked in real baking trays. They're minimally processed-which is why you'll sometimes notice that you'll get a big chunk of nuts on one side of your plank and a big chunk of oats on the other. They don't use spray on vitamins, or soy protein powders, they just let the ingredients be themselves. And there you have it. The whole truth, and nothing but the truth. They hope you enjoy their foods.Frequently Asked Questions1. How organic are they?Right now both of their products are about 40% organic. They totally believe in organic and source organic ingredients whenever possible.
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Eat All Your Favorite FoodsAnd Watch the Pounds Disappear!Two years after the runaway success of the original Eat This, Not That!, co-authors Matt and Dave noticed an interesting trend: Restaurants were actually cleaning up their menus! With consumers avoiding the countrys worst calorie offenses, some restaurants saw fit to remove them from the menu entirely. Consider this: After Chilis Awesome Blossom took the runner-up spot on the Worst Foods in America list, Chilis removed the appetizer from their menu entirely. Pepperidge Farm followed suit after being placed on the Worst Foods list and discontinued their Roasted Chicken Pot Pie. When Jamba Juice earned a citation on the Worst Drinks in America list, the chain stopped serving the largest size of their Chocolate Mood smoothie and recommitted itself to becoming one of the healthiest restaurant chains in the nation. The problem is, as the old crop of calorie atrocities were eliminated, a new army of gut-bombs emerged in their place. Thats why the authors created Eat This, Not That! 2010, to empower you with the knowledge to battle a food industry bent on sabotage your waistline with unwanted and unnecessary calories. In this new-and-expanded edition, youll find fresh restaurant and supermarket comparisons, an encyclopedia of food packaging lies, and the invaluable guide to eating healthy on a budget. Essentially youll learn how to make effortless food swaps that will help you strip away 10, 20, 30 pounds or more. Did you know: Choosing Prime Rib over Baby Back Ribs at Outback will save you more than 2,000 calories? You can save nearly 500 calories and more than 20 grams of fat just by ordering your banana split at Dairy Queen instead of Baskin-Robbins? A Stouffers White Meat Chicken Pot Pie has as much saturated fat as 6 scoops of ice cream? (Choose our alternative and save more than 900 calories!)
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