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Healthy Eating Handbook

A simple guide to nutrition in eBook form.

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The Healthy Eating Handbook is an eBook written by registered dietician Melanie Thomassian. This eBook offers a solution to losing belly fat and living a stronger and healthier life. This eBook reveals why many people aren’t able to achieve optimal health physically and mentally. The Healthy Eating Handbook tells you about the top five misconceptions of healthy eating. Once you have this information you can start doing things that work with your body to eat healthy. As with many eBooks, the web site advertising it has a lot of copy in an attempt to thoroughly describe the book.

Some of the major points covered in this book include how to say no to a food pusher, how to plan healthy meals, how to read food labels, food groups and healthy snack ideas. There are numerous chapters and the eBook is full of information. This is a great book for those that have been on numerous diets that haven’t worked before. You will learn how balance and moderation can lead to a healthier diet more than anything else. One of the first things covered in the Healthy Eating Handbook is eating regularly. So many people believe they can lose weight by skipping meals.

This does more harm than good as the book points out. You are actually encouraged to eat six small meals per day to keep your hunger at bay as well as maximize your metabolism. Each area of emphasis in the book is given a take away point which summarizes it very plainly. There is a list of foods that will help you feel full faster without sacrificing your waist line. These are foods that should be eaten often for optimal health. Menu planning is encouraged as a way to stay in control of your meals and save money. You will also receive a separate book that covers exercise. With the Home Exercise Handbook, you can create workouts that can be done at home. Beginner, intermediate and advanced workout guides are available.

PRO
  • Gives you the information you need to eat healthy
  • Written by a registered dietician
  • Encourages healthy eating
  • Offers tips for planning meals
  • Encourages family involvement with meals
  • Highlights portion control
  • Teaches what an actual serving is of various foods
  • Offers a step-by-step guide to reading food labels
  • Advises that you eat six small meals per day
  • Makes breakfast a priority
  • Comes with a free guide to help you create your own exercise program
CON
  • None to speak of
DIET and NUTRITION

You are encouraged to eat six small meals each day. This keeps your metabolism functioning properly and keeps you from overeating or getting too hungry. In order to avoid pitfalls, you are encouraged to plan out your menus prior to grocery shopping, read food labels and eat regular portion sizes. Information on what foods should be eaten is included as well. Eating more vegetables and whole grains is recommended to keep you full longer and raise your daily fiber consumption. A sample menu would look similar to this:

  • Breakfast: Oats, topped with berries, ground flaxseed, and cinnamon, herbal tea
  • Morning snack: Raw vegetables, reduced fat hummus, water
  • Lunch: Leftover homemade lentil soup, wholegrain bread roll filled with salad, water
  • Afternoon snack: Small handful of unsalted nuts, fruit, water/tea/coffee
  • Dinner: Roast chicken, steamed mixed vegetables, brown rice, water
  • Evening snack: Toasted wholegrain bread, natural nut butter, tea
EXERCISE

In order to have an exercise program that you can make your own the Healthy Eating Handbook comes with a free Home Exercise Handbook. It gives you step by step instructions on developing a home workout program that is effective. This guide includes workouts for busy people, some of the things you should consider for home workouts, how to start today and cardio exercises you can do at home. This exercise guide is ideal for those who don’t like the gym, or those who don’t have time to commute to one. Working out at home allows you the maximum level of convenience, is great for those that are self-conscious and the workouts are faster pace than if you have to wait for equipment at the gym. Some of the workouts you can do at home include:

  • Bodyweight/dumbbell lunges
  • Split squats
  • Bodyweight squats
  • Sumo squats
  • Step-ups
  • Jump lunges
  • Calf raises
  • Push-ups
  • Chest press
  • Skipping
  • Stair running
  • Dancing
  • Rebounding
  • Walking/jogging
CONCLUSION

Eating healthy is something that most people want to do. However, few may know exactly how to do that. The Healthy Eating Handbook offers some very basic information that is easy to understand and very helpful. It includes charts and is easy to follow. The book is compact and offers some great tips for anyone that wants to eat healthy. You will also receive a separate exercise guide that gives you all the info you need to create your own effective workouts. You don’t have to be all on your own in this healthy eating venture. The book offers tips for incorporating healthier eating and exercise for the entire family. The Healthy Eating Handbook can be a great resource for turning your diet into a healthy one.

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