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The Eating Game: The simple truth to health and fat loss in the modern world

May 31, 2010 by  
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Product DescriptionThe Eating Game is an easy to read guide that finally makes complete nutrition understandable. Our modern food supply no longer contains the nutrients necessary to keep you healthy. Find out why Americans are getting fatter and sicker, and what you can do about it. Learn how low calorie diets can make you fatter. If you struggle with your weight, suffer from chronic disease, or are an athlete, The Eating Game is the place to start. Take simple steps to take control of your health and your life.

  • ISBN13: 9781418431617
  • Condition: USED – VERY GOOD
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5 Responses to “The Eating Game: The simple truth to health and fat loss in the modern world”
  1. Dan Wyker says:

    Looks like prior reviews were either friends or enemies of the author so I will give my objective point of view. I am not a nutrition expert, but do try to keep up on the latest nutrition news. there is some truth to each review; it is a quick read, it is dated, it is like cliff notes (not sure that’s a good thing), but my problem with it is it seemed like I paid for a book that turned out to be a supplement the author is trying to push, there are much better nutrition books out there for the price with authors that seem to have the background required to give such advice.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Health Nut says:

    All of this information is common knowledge and some is quite dated. You can get all of the information provided in this book in a much better format by spending $2. 95 on the latest fitness magazine which will actually provide accurate information. I would be willing to guess that the “Dr. ” in this title is not a doctor in nutrition science. A scam!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. D Alexander says:

    I was curious to read but very disappointed, no new information here that is not common knowledge to all. 128 page advertisement for over-priced supplement the author sells.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I would like to think that the last poster is just some pitiful, vendetta-laden loser who just had a bad day (or “time of the month”). Forget that “person. ” I,for one, found the book to be most informative, precise, and to the point — especially for a layman like myself. You just cannot lose interest in this book. I got and retained more information from this “little” read than I did with any Atkins, Pritikin, et. al. book out there. It is condensed, with not a bit of the boring minutae/filler that fills most books. If I could sum up this wonderful read in one sentence, it would be “the Cliffs Notes version of everything that you needed to know about nutrition!” Contrary to what the first poster had so viciously and unfairly stated, BUY THIS BOOK (or two, or three for your friends/family)!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. LivingMyLife says:

    I am a man who doesn’t particulary like to read but this book was in my range and it had tons of information that helped me not only change me and how i eat and live life but my kids and friends. I highly recommend this book to anyone.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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