Cut hidden food toxins, lose weight, and get healthy in just 21 days.
Did you know that your fast food fries contain a chemical used in Silly Putty? Or that a juicy peach sprayed heavily with pesticides could be triggering your body to store fat? When we go to the supermarket, we trust that all our groceries are safe to eat. But much of what we're putting into our bodies is either tainted with chemicals or processed in a way that makes us gain weight, feel sick, and age before our time.
Luckily, Vani Hari - aka the Food Babe - has got your back. A food activist who has courageously put the heat on big food companies to disclose ingredients and remove toxic additives from their products, Hari has made it her life's mission to educate the world about how to live a clean, organic, healthy lifestyle in an overprocessed, contaminated-food world, and how to look and feel fabulous while doing it.
In The Food Babe Way, Hari invites you to follow an easy and accessible plan to rid your body of toxins, lose weight without counting calories, and restore your natural glow in just 21 days. Including anecdotes of her own transformation along with easy-to-follow shopping lists, meal plans, and mouthwatering recipes, The Food Babe Way will empower you to change your food, change your body, and change the world.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
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"...Follow her plan and your life willbe more vibrant, more beautiful, and more powerful." (John Robbins, author Diet for a New America and The Food Revolution)
"Vani Hari is a crusader for truth in what we eat and drink. She turns her in-depth food investigations into apractical, easy-to-follow plan that will have you feeling and looking your best in no time." (Frank Lipman, MD, author of The New Health Rules)
"It would be nearly impossible for someone not to lose weight and feel better after following these 21 habits. They are absolutely life changing and I recommend them to my patients and students of medicine." (Joel Kahn MD, FACC, clinical professor of medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, and author of The Whole Heart Solution)
Very informative and she does her homework
Not a story so I can't really say what I like best
Scene??? Oh ya, the part where she explains what you should and shouldn't eat was pretty cool
I was very moved what she spoke of eating the right foods.
She must have referred to a pdf file that came with the audio book, at least 25 times throughout her reading. It has charts, tables, stats, recipes etc... yet when you download the audible version, you don't get this, and apparently there is no way to get them. I went to her website foodbabe.com, but there is no link on the site to contact anyone at all... so I then found her facebook page asking about it, but it's been 2 weeks and have no response. So just beware when you download, you will not get all of this info that you would get with the audio CD
Yes & No. Yes because I'm so busy, being able to listen to this book, while I'm working or at the gym, made it possible for me to get through this book. No because with all the complicated, alien sounding chemical names, it is hard to remember them without see them. Luckily, I'm at a computer and looked up the names when they came up.
But mostly Yes, since it came with the .PDF
Beaver anus ice cream... Need I say more?
I enjoyed the entire book.
No. but i have questions.
#1 Can you do lemon & apple cider vinegar in the morning?
#2 Is there a Spanish version of this book? I need to give this to my parents!
Rayniel D. Ilano
We all know there are a lot of things in processed foods but we have no idea what, first because most of us don't read labels, we don't research ingredients, and sometimes companies don't disclose everything. Although she has a 21 day system to help you avoid the bad things in foods it's not just another diet, it's a way of living.. Good read!
The pdf can be found online under the library section.
Vani goes above and beyond with the information and value she gives readers in this book. Easy to listen to as well.
You are what you eat. FoodBabe does and amazing job of guiding the reader day by day into a 21 week transformation that will change the way you feel and live. If followed you will experience a magnificent transformation and will enjoy the many health benefits that come with such transformation.
You want regret it! She is right on the money! I've got the book too! Very informative and life changing. She is one of the good people of the world. Honest and true.
i live the foodbabe way! this is very inspiring and includes easy to follow steps! i love the lists. i ended up buying the book to highlight and take notes being an iin student this is a huge help i know my clients will benefit greatly. i will definitely recommend this as a tool. thank you for asking the difficult questions and empowering people to be aware and ask questions too! #foodbabe @vanihari #OmShantiBalancedLiving
I found out a lot about all the bad things that can be found in food and from noe on I will be even more careful when I choose my food. It also inspired me to go after major superstore in the UAE to label bakery products and provide full list of ingredients used.
"Verging on Excellent"
Yes I' listen again because it's well read, has lots of food for thought, good information & lots of points I need to recap.
Mmm. The Perfect Health Diet maybe??. because that one too is scientifically based, but more so.
The information on processed foods & unnecessary, grotty additives to food.
If I had had the time yes. But I needed to go slowly to adsorb all her findings/all the info.
I think modern day 'bad- food' issues are multi factorial. It's not all about the toxins manufacturers put into processed food, the GMO of food & toxic sprays.I am not belittling their disastrous effects on health; but I disagreed with her take on sugar. Vani did not look into insulin resistance,pre diabetic states, inflammation, metabolic syndrome etc which can stem in part (lots of parts) from a high carb intake. Nor did she address the ghastly processing of vegetable oils in depth. On the whole I thought the book was fantastic but I could only give it 4 stars because a more thorough research would have unveiled the importance of cutting down on sugars even if they are "natural" sugars - like coconut nectar etc that Vani advocates, (although she does say to balance the amounts consumed). Basically I think what this food activist has done is incredible & her book will help better the health of many lives, including mine.
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