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In the last 100 years, we've become fatter and sicker with millions of people developing serious diseases from diabetes to cancer. Health gurus confuse us with complex diets and expensive ingredients; food manufacturers load their products with addictive and destructive ingredients causing our increasing weight and declining health. But help is at hand. Health and consumer In the last 100 years, we've become fatter and sicker with millions of people developing serious diseases from diabetes to cancer. Health gurus confuse us with complex diets and expensive ingredients; food manufacturers load their products with addictive and destructive ingredients causing our increasing weight and declining health. But help is at hand. Health and consumer advocate David Gillespie shares the simple secret of weight loss and wellbeing: swap processed food for REAL FOOD. Eat Real Food features: o An explanation of why diets don't work and a provides a focus on what does o Information on how to lose weight permanently, not just in the short-term o Evidence-based science explaining the real culprits of ill health and weight gain. o Advice on how to read food labels. o Easy recipes to replace common processed items and meal plans that show how simple it is to shop, plan and cook Real Food. o Tips for lunchboxes, parties, and recipes for food kids actually like. Eat Real Food is the safe, effective and cheap solution to lose weight and improve our health permanently


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In the last 100 years, we've become fatter and sicker with millions of people developing serious diseases from diabetes to cancer. Health gurus confuse us with complex diets and expensive ingredients; food manufacturers load their products with addictive and destructive ingredients causing our increasing weight and declining health. But help is at hand. Health and consumer In the last 100 years, we've become fatter and sicker with millions of people developing serious diseases from diabetes to cancer. Health gurus confuse us with complex diets and expensive ingredients; food manufacturers load their products with addictive and destructive ingredients causing our increasing weight and declining health. But help is at hand. Health and consumer advocate David Gillespie shares the simple secret of weight loss and wellbeing: swap processed food for REAL FOOD. Eat Real Food features: o An explanation of why diets don't work and a provides a focus on what does o Information on how to lose weight permanently, not just in the short-term o Evidence-based science explaining the real culprits of ill health and weight gain. o Advice on how to read food labels. o Easy recipes to replace common processed items and meal plans that show how simple it is to shop, plan and cook Real Food. o Tips for lunchboxes, parties, and recipes for food kids actually like. Eat Real Food is the safe, effective and cheap solution to lose weight and improve our health permanently

30 review for Eat Real Food

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    I really insane book that encourages the eating of meat and dairy while telling us to limit our fruit consumption to two pieces a day. He also downplays the benefits of exercise which all health authorities are promoting. My advice is don't listen to a lawyer for dietary advice lol I really insane book that encourages the eating of meat and dairy while telling us to limit our fruit consumption to two pieces a day. He also downplays the benefits of exercise which all health authorities are promoting. My advice is don't listen to a lawyer for dietary advice lol

  2. 4 out of 5

    Esther

    This is a book that will change your life if you let it - not only in helping you rethink your entire approach to food, but hopefully also in prolonging your life because you followed its advice. Let's be clear - a lot of nutritional advice is outdated, pushed by the food industry, and actively harming our health. We take it for granted to our own detriment. We've been told that saturated fats are unhealthy, polyunsaturated fats (found in the vegetable/seed oils that were invented in the last cen This is a book that will change your life if you let it - not only in helping you rethink your entire approach to food, but hopefully also in prolonging your life because you followed its advice. Let's be clear - a lot of nutritional advice is outdated, pushed by the food industry, and actively harming our health. We take it for granted to our own detriment. We've been told that saturated fats are unhealthy, polyunsaturated fats (found in the vegetable/seed oils that were invented in the last century, like margarine) are better for us, and sugar is just empty calories which can be enjoyed in moderation without ill effect. All false. All lies. All creating a perfect storm of ill health - obesity, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimers, Parkinsons disease, MS, and more. But we don't want to give up sugar - we're emotionally dependent on it. And we don't want to go to the trouble of eliminating vegetable oils in everything we eat - it's too daunting. I read these books not because I'm into conspiracy theories, or because I enjoy contemplating how the foods I eat regularly are probably killing me, but because I don't want to get cancer if I can help it. I read these books to remind me to change my life. And I'm so grateful books like these exist - exposing the lies and laying out the science so I can decide for myself how I'm going to eat and live. This is perhaps not as entertaining to read as Michael Pollan's In Defence of Food, but it's clearer and more practical. It's very specific to Australia in terms of talking about food brands and products, but the explanations of the science are good for anyone wanting to know more. (Also, I've been on the real food path for a while, so I liked learning in this book that a lot of my expensive "healthy" ingredients, like almond flour or coconut oil, are really not so necessary after all.)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Yvette Barnett

    It was an ok read. A lot of the information he presents about oil and sugar is good and correct, but he does make sweeping generalisations and explains away topics that he deems 'ok'. An example is how we should cut all walnuts and limit our fruit to once or twice a day, but alcohol is ok, full cream milk is great and has no risk factors and soft drink is ok? All of the above is incorrect and many studies show it. I was also disappointed he did not reference the China Study, which is the largest It was an ok read. A lot of the information he presents about oil and sugar is good and correct, but he does make sweeping generalisations and explains away topics that he deems 'ok'. An example is how we should cut all walnuts and limit our fruit to once or twice a day, but alcohol is ok, full cream milk is great and has no risk factors and soft drink is ok? All of the above is incorrect and many studies show it. I was also disappointed he did not reference the China Study, which is the largest and most comprehensive study done on nutrition. It is quite clear he is a lawyer and not a doctor or scientist, by the way he approaches analysing clinical papers.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brad

    This book is half food guide, discussing the way that fructose and poly-unsaturated fats are causing problems in the human body; and half cook-book, with recipes to avoid the aforementioned "evil" products. Basically, as we probably all know deep down, you are better off eating fresh food and preparing things from scratch, rather than opening a box... Well worth a read. This book is half food guide, discussing the way that fructose and poly-unsaturated fats are causing problems in the human body; and half cook-book, with recipes to avoid the aforementioned "evil" products. Basically, as we probably all know deep down, you are better off eating fresh food and preparing things from scratch, rather than opening a box... Well worth a read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    lluke

    Refreshingly australian and as you would expect i guess, full of realistic and easy to implement healthy habits. I was pretty shocked at the information the public is given as "health advice". Definitely recommended. I was frustrated by the writing style; constant parenthesis asides (like this), jarring and unnecessary. Refreshingly australian and as you would expect i guess, full of realistic and easy to implement healthy habits. I was pretty shocked at the information the public is given as "health advice". Definitely recommended. I was frustrated by the writing style; constant parenthesis asides (like this), jarring and unnecessary.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    This is an AMAZING book. If you want loads of information about how the food industry is making us sick, this is the book for you. Extremely informative about the dangers of too much sugar as well as seed oils (vegetable oils) which I wasn't aware of until now. I am armed with new knowledge and ready to make positive changes!! This is an AMAZING book. If you want loads of information about how the food industry is making us sick, this is the book for you. Extremely informative about the dangers of too much sugar as well as seed oils (vegetable oils) which I wasn't aware of until now. I am armed with new knowledge and ready to make positive changes!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Candia

    There was a lot of useful information in this book except I found his relationship and being okay with diet soda perplexing. The latter half about food in Australia wasn't very useful. There was a lot of useful information in this book except I found his relationship and being okay with diet soda perplexing. The latter half about food in Australia wasn't very useful.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Yvette Skinner

    A must read

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    I love how David writes. It's no nonsense and easy to understand. The advice is all very practical. I'm a busy person and I'm finding it hard to put it all into place. One step at a time! I love how David writes. It's no nonsense and easy to understand. The advice is all very practical. I'm a busy person and I'm finding it hard to put it all into place. One step at a time!

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