The Eat-Clean Diet: Fast Fat-Loss that lasts Forever!

The Eat Clean Diet Fast Fat Loss that lasts Forever With The Eat Clean Diet the diet that fitness professionals rely on readers will transform themselves from sluggish exhausted and overweight to energetic lean and fabulous Just like the author and

  • Title: The Eat-Clean Diet: Fast Fat-Loss that lasts Forever!
  • Author: Tosca Reno Clifford Ameduri
  • ISBN: 9781552100387
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • With The Eat Clean Diet, the diet that fitness professionals rely on, readers will transform themselves from sluggish, exhausted and overweight to energetic, lean and fabulous Just like the author and cover girl Tosca Reno did when she was sixty pounds overweight, readers will discover how to make their bodies burn fat while eating tons of food We ve all seen the fitnessWith The Eat Clean Diet, the diet that fitness professionals rely on, readers will transform themselves from sluggish, exhausted and overweight to energetic, lean and fabulous Just like the author and cover girl Tosca Reno did when she was sixty pounds overweight, readers will discover how to make their bodies burn fat while eating tons of food We ve all seen the fitness professionals on the covers of magazines and wished we could look like them The truth is, they are real people Just like you, they had to figure out how to get their bodies to look like that And they all came to the same conclusion Eat Clean So who better to write a book on the subject than formerly overweight fitness diva and mother of three, Tosca Reno Tosca shows you how to lose over sixty pounds, like she did, or just that last ten When you read The Eat Clean Diet you will Rev up your metabolism to burn fat faster Lose weight quickly and easily Never go hungry Eat all food groups protein and carbs and fat Eat five to seven meals a day Receive Eat Clean recipes with color photos Have energy than you ever dreamed possible Stay lean forever never worry about dieting again

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    1. I love this book. It gave me the kick in the pants I really needed to get myself in shape. I've been eating clean now since August and have never felt better. Tosca, the author is such an inspiration to anyone who has been trying to lose weight/get in shape and has tried every other fad diet out there.I've actually lost weight and stuck to this program and have enjoyed doing so. Her recipes (in this book and the cookbooks) are delicious and don't even feel like I'm missing out on any food that m [...]

    2. I have been curious about this book for a long time. The author, Tosca Reno and I could be twins! JUST KIDDING. About 50% of my life is parallel with hers: I've had kids, I've had to figure out how to lose weight, I don't drink, smoke or eat Twinkies, I consume lots of water every day, I love to eat healthy fruits and veggies, and I work out.The other 50% isn't so similar: I have yet to undergo plastic surgery, get fake nails, publish 11 books, become a bikini model and cover girl after the age [...]

    3. I like reading books about eating healthy. I saw Tosca Reno briefly interviewed on CP24 a couple weeks ago. She looked great so I thought I'd check out one of her books.I didn't learn anything new but it was a good reminder to eat complex carbs with protein to stay full longer, eat smaller meals and drink lots of water.Alas, there's a lot of repetition in this book. Drink lots of water. Yep, I've got it a couple times already. Eat complex carbs with protein. Yep, I've got that too.At times, I f [...]

    4. I am a health nut. I've lost 150+ pounds and go the gym every day. I run marthons. I do yoga. And I have no hope of ever being like this woman. Bee pollen oatmeal?!?!? I have a two-year-old. We eat flax-seed oatmeal with honey and organic vanilla soy milk. I consider that a sucessMs. Reno would not. Alas, my vanilla soy milk is "unclean."

    5. This book was just what I needed to kick start a healthy eating plan. There's nothing new here though. No magic tricks or pills, just eating whole foods including lots of fruits, veggies, lean proteins and NO evil processed foods and NO white sugar. The main key here I think is eating five to six small meals a day to keep your blood sugar level and your energy up. One of my biggest problems was that I was ALWAYS feeling tired no matter how much I sleep I got. Once I cut out the sugar and the pro [...]

    6. This outstanding book is packed with excellent information on how to eat healthy foods, how to identify what you should eat for optimum health, how much to eat, and how to eat to burn fat.Following many of the ideas in the book has helped me drop 20 lbs. since discovering this author. I learned alot that helped me increase my weight loss (for instance, the importance of eating "healthy fat", such as Omega 3's), protein's critical role in weight loss, etc.The basics for weight loss Ms. Reno advoc [...]

    7. What a great reference book for eating well (clean). I love eating this way. You can compare this eating program with the Low GI program, Schwarzbein's eating program and low carb. They all work well. The thing I love about this lifestyle is that I NEVER get hungry, because I can eat all I want, and I FEEL SO GOOD! I can't believe the difference in my body, and my spirit, when I eat clean. I just FEEL lighter, and cleaner, and better and healthier all around. Tosca says that 80% of how you look/ [...]

    8. Some good common sense info in there and food ideas.But, not well thought out, or edited, I suppose.How did they not catch this:she claims eating clean caused her to lose 70 pounds and change her life.Then follows that up with saying she ran the 70 pounds off on a treadmill and followed up with weight training.It is plain common sense: eat fruits, vegetables and whole grains and lay low on the processed foodsexercise cardio and weight trainingd you will lose weight and stay fit.The problem I hav [...]

    9. I just want to clarify that I am not on a diet. I am pregnant, so obviously I am not trying to loose weight.I decided to read this BECAUSE I am pregnant and it seems like the most important time to be healthy. I borrowed this book from my sister and have loved it. It is about "Eating Clean". It was similar to other books I have read, but it really emphasized not eating any processed foods, or at least as few as possible. This lifestyle follows closely to the Word of Wisdom and is easy for me to [...]

    10. Great book on healthy eating. Made so much sense. All other diets will make you lose weight but they won't do it in a healthy way like this one. I know this because I've studied biology and this is the only book I've read that ties in with what your body actually needs. That said, It's very strict. If you like your processed foods then you'll feel a bit deprived but I suggest reading the ingredients of those foods and you'll see lots of chemicals that really should never be introduced into the b [...]

    11. I had the cookbook for some time, and had made some recipes out of it. I finally broke down and got this book, and am glad I did. The book is repetitive in several areas, but I think it helps hammer in what she is trying to say. Before reading the book, I knew I needed to eat better (most of this is common sense), but thought of it as another chore or diet. Tosca makes eating clean seem fun, and has me pretty excited about it. So, this is why I am giving it 5 stars - it's a great motivator.

    12. The Eat-Clean Diet by Tosca Reno First, I think the word lifestyle should have been used instead of diet. Don't you think that fits better? Plus, if you've done enough research you know that lifestyle changes is what makes the difference in weight loss and being healthier, not silly diets. Some of the information is common sense: avoid foods that contain ingredients you can't pronounce, don't know, and/or are man-made chemicals. Drinking milk is to fatten up babies. The contradiction of diet pro [...]

    13. This is a really good book, especially for anyone who feels frustrated or overwhelmed in their attempts to be healthy. I say "be healthy" rather than "lose weight" because, while Reno does focus on weight-loss, the eating practices she describes would really benefit anyone.This book has several things going for it. There's plenty of information about health and nutrition. There's also some recipes to get you going. After all, don't let the word "diet" in the title fool you. Reno does not believe [...]

    14. Great book. Though I have to agree with most that it is all the things you already know about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and making good food choices. Nothing new if you're not new to good nutrition. I gave it four stars because I like having all the information (though I already know them) in one place and it is very well organized. Organization is important to me, not to mention all the beautiful pictures of healthy wholesome foods featured throughout. Eating healthy never looked so desir [...]

    15. This book is really informative about eating right and true fat loss. It doesn't beat around the bush at all when it comes to giving you the truth about it and the author's opinion about the ideal body. I mostly agree with her, but I would also say that not every woman wants to look like a fitness or figure competitor when it comes to muscle and figure. I wouldn't mind looking more like one, but I also use the fact that I'm probably not done having babies yet as my current excuse. Hopefully one [...]

    16. I picked this up from the library. I'd seen it in Target a few years ago, and meant to buy it, but never got around to it. I'm glad I didn't waste the money. My dietary awareness has changed a lot in that amount of time. I already know most of the material she covers--eat right, exercise, drink water, etc, and having just seen Forks over Knives and Hungry for Change, my dietary interests are shifting plant-ward rapidly. There were a few recipes in here, but surprisingly few that sounded good to [...]

    17. By FAR one of my favorite books. I know it shouldn't really count because it's not a "real" book as far as novels go, but this book has had the most impact on my life. I'm hooked on clean eating- still learning more and more about it, but the more I learn the more I love it. Tosca makes it easy- and fun- to follow a revolutionary way of looking at food. Which actually shouldn't be revolutionary- it's actually a step back into how we used to eat before processing and man-made foods evolved and to [...]

    18. I hate anything that says diet I am usually turned of by titles that even have the word in it, I think they are all fads however this book really is just about what we should already be eating. This is a great way to learn what you're doing WRONG with your eating habits, and will steer you in the right direction. Tosca emphasizes that nutrition is a crucial element to fitness, not so much the working out part. I think this book is for everyone, the fit and not so. follow up with the eat clean re [...]

    19. i never really thought about it before, but it seems pretty common sense that not only is all that fast "conveince" food making most americans fat and diabetic, it is also a major cause or at least contributor to every other health or cosmetic problem we have. I am a firm believer now that your diet can seriously affect a persons health, attitude and appearance. Just by avoiding and limiting foods that have any chemical or ingridient you cant pronounce or recognize could save and majorly improve [...]

    20. Hmm. What do I say about this book? I thought it was very motivating. She's right, you know. We eat a ton of horrible food that is shortening our lifespans and affecting the quality of life in the years we do have here. Still, although I appreciate her enthusiasm, I can't completely give up junk - especially sugar. I am eating much MUCH cleaner than I was and I can already tell a difference. I have, however, had a sweet treat once a day (as opposed to all day, so I'm improving.) I figure that if [...]

    21. I have read (okay - skimmed) many books about healthy eating, but this one is by far the best one I have read. Talk about eye-opening. The approach is simple and makes sense. The information was clear (which is always my main complaint. Everyone tells you something is bad, but not why). It made me want to make the change, and gave the tools to do it. I am now very motivated to get myself and my family eating clean and healthy. Oh, also - the chapter on eating clean with kids was the most helpful [...]

    22. This was beautifully illustrated, which gave it the feel of a slick shiny magazine article. There's nothing new here-- eat more fruits and vegetables-- but she has some tips that are helpful: avoid granola, for instance. There were a couple of moments, though, that were humiliating for anyone who is trying to lose weight. Moments like, "You don't have to admit you're obese. Everyone can see it." And "If you aren't losing weight, you're doing it wrong. You know where you are cheating!" Final note [...]

    23. I bought this book because I enjoy the author's articles in the magazine, Oxygen. The book had a lot of good points and explained thoroughly why you should want to eat healthy. Her method of eating healthy is based on eating "clean" foods, meaning nothing processed or artifical. I wouldn't really call this a diet, by more of a way to live a healthy lifestyle. I am always looking for new ways and perspectives to help me stay on track and eat healthier, and this book did just that. There were only [...]

    24. I have no doubt that if one eats the clean way one will lose weight. Basically, if you eat lean protein, veggies, fruits and whole grains you will probably lose weight because you will consume less calories. I personally think that eating whole foods, including butter, eggs, and other "fatty foods" is part of a healthy diet. But I have learned a little from reading the book and am going to try to eat several smaller meals a day. But I think that anyone with a decent education around health and n [...]

    25. I'm a pretty big believer in a non-processed food diet, which was why this book appealed to me so much. Overall, it was a great resource to use for a basic understanding of nutrition. It was a fun read, with different colors and boxs to read from and I really enjoyed it. The only things I didn't like where all the references to body-building. Since I have no disere to be one, I felt this information was unwarrented. Also, she threw out a lot of stats, but she never sourced anything, which I foun [...]

    26. The information in thie book is not revlutionary but the notion to eat only things that are as close to the "real" food as possibly and as much of those things as you can is well presented in this book. It is very well organized and short chapters make it easy to read. I didn't pick it up with the idea of trying to lose weight but rather as a guide to learn more about eating whole foods and things are good for me and my family. I especially liked the sections where it gave website links for more [...]

    27. This book gets credit for me not weighing 197 pounds. I love brownies. This book loves spinach.I'm sure I'll read it again someday, and this was my second time through. I think it's a good book to own. Tosca Reno (the author) was about 40 when she lost all of her weight and became a super buff lady and started writing health articles/books. So, I figure I have another 10-15 years to slowly wean myself off of brownies, salad dressing and sugar.I lost about 3-4 lbs while re-reading this book. Look [...]

    28. I LOVE Tosca. She is a wealth of knowledge and truly practices what she preaches. The only issue I have is that she is a 40 something woman with older children. There is so much prep work that goes in to eating clean, so much shopping and it is really difficult with younger children to follow through consistently. When we ate clean (3 months) I lost 15 pounds and felt great- It truly works but takes a total lifestyle change and it can be hard to get your family to adapt. That was definitley my b [...]

    29. Loved this - summarised everything I was looking for - and was direct about the choices you need to make. Yes - you do have to be prepared and take your food with you, and yes - eat pasty doughy food and look pasty and doughy - its your choice. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is that it left me wanting more recipes - which was resolved with the cookbook. Oh and it americanised - so not all foods/supplements are readily found here.

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