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Tired of diets and confusing information that tell you to avoid all kinds of things? Free to Eat is what you've been waiting for: simple secrets that will cause you to lose weight permanently and painlessly. There is nothing to memorize, count or worry about, because it is based on years of scientific literature. Free to Eat will empower you to change your eating behaviors by offering realistic and practical steps that work including over 50 recipes and a 30-day meal plan. You will discover... --How to Lose Weight Without Cutting Calories, Carbs or Fat --Why Beans (Nuts and other Legumes) are the New Meat --Why Dairy is Scary --The Truth about Vitamin Supplements --How to Prevent or Reverse Diseases such as Type II Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Auto-Immune Disorders This nutrition superhero is on a mission to clear the confusion surrounding nutrition. Free to Eat brings hope that you can lose weight, eat free, and live healthy by eating delicious foods such as nuts,
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Bronwyn Schweigerdt M.S. is on a mission to clear the confusion surrounding nutrition and help people live long and eat freely. When she is not flying to the rescue as Fiber-Girl, she can be found teaching seminars, researching, blogging, but mostly eating her favorite foods. She has literally helped thousands of people learn how to lose weight with her seminars and previous book: The UnDiet: Painless Baby Steps to Permanent Weight Loss. She has a Master s degree in nutrition from Tufts University. She lives in Sacramento, California with her chocolate eating husband and bean eating five year old daughter. People who hear her not only feel incredibly empowered and inspired, but relieved to learn how simple and fun weight loss can be! Bronwyn also represents Compassion International as a speaker on behalf of the needy children of the world. For more resources from Bronwyn such as nutrition research, instructional videos, podcasts, email updates, or additional copies of this book, please visit her Fiber-Girl website. Jennifer Brewer, MS, CNS is a Nutritionist and Natural Foods Chef residing in Santa Cruz, CA. She is a graduate of the Chef s Training Program at the Natural Gourmet Cookery School in New York City. Jennifer holds a Masters Degree in Nutrition and is a Certified Nutrition Specialist through the American College of Nutrition. Jennifer is a James Beard Scholarship Recipient and has taught healthy cooking classes for a variety of organizations including the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and the Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF). Currently, Jennifer teaches a wide variety of cooking workshops and lectures, including an 8-week Natural Foods Training Course for the Home Chef, offered at New Leaf Community Markets in Santa Cruz, CA. In addition, Jennifer created a website which inspires individuals to organize their kitchen, develop time saving shopping lists and prepare delicious, unprocessed, plant-based meals that everyone will enjoy. For more of Jennifer s recipes, meal plans, email updates and blog, please visit her Nourishing Nutrition website.Review:
Starvation is not the key to weight loss. Free to Eat: The Proven Recipe for Permanent Weight Loss is a guide to losing weight that don't involve radically changing one's diet. Emphasizing the power of legumes, warning against milk products and the deception of supplements and other health concerns, Free to Eat is a highly educational and enlightening path to a diet that works for many readers. --Midwest Book Review
As with many a great notion, the idea came to nutritionist Bronwyn Schweigerdt while she was doing something totally unrelated to her work. I was rock climbing, Schweigerdt says, and I was doing one where you're basically horizontal. I'm hanging there upside down thinking, 'There needs to be a female superhero. There needs to be Fiber Girl. That's it!' 'I saw myself wearing a cape and a unitard.' I thought, 'I need to be that woman.' And so a superhero was born. Schweigerdt, who holds a master's in nutrition from Tufts University in Massachusetts, has taught at Sacramento City College and has run numerous corporate dietary seminars, shed her academic persona and donned a cape and a blue unitard with a big yellow F emblazoned on her chest. Schweigerdt sees herself as something of an obesity avenger, a tireless fighter who battles poor diets while promoting truth, justice and a high-fiber diet. Faster than you can say Wilfred Brimley, Schweigerdt launches into an impassioned, convincing monologue. She credits increased fiber in one's diet with everything from reducing diabetes risk by lowering blood sugar to improving the health of the digestive tract, lowering cholesterol, regulating gallbladder bile, retarding autoimmune diseases ... you get the point. Skeptics might ask, Whoa can fiber do all that? Then Pow! she delivers the knockout blow: weight loss. Fiber is filling, and soluble fiber binds with water and expands in your stomach, she says. You can't overeat with fiber. And because fiber is a carbohydrate not easily absorbed in your system, fiber calories go out the back door and, flush, they're gone, as Schweigerdt delicately puts it in her book. --Sacramento Bee
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