Knock Knock - How To Get Fat

Knock Knock - How To Get Fat

Food is good. Diet books suck. Read this book instead and enjoy your yummy food.

  • An intelligent discussion about food, what we eat and where it comes from. There's a lot of excited handwaving that happens about food - should you eat local, vegan, organic, macrobiotic - and this book actually takes a measured ... An intelligent discussion about food, what we eat and where it comes from. There's a lot of excited handwaving that happens about food - should you eat local, vegan, organic, macrobiotic - and this book actually takes a measured look at the politics and reality of food. Pollan is quite good and this is perhaps his best book. Entertaining and informative.

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  • This is one of my favorite cook books ever! It's got a bunch of great meals that are very easy to prepare, but are also very healthy. Dr. Bowden simplifies healthy cooking, making it as straight forward as possible for the reade... This is one of my favorite cook books ever! It's got a bunch of great meals that are very easy to prepare, but are also very healthy. Dr. Bowden simplifies healthy cooking, making it as straight forward as possible for the reader. His recipes are not just easy to follow, but they are delicious. I recently made his Thai Spiced Prawns and Curried Quinoa dishes for my Dad's birthday. The meal didn't take long to prepare, and it was a huge hit! No one even knew they were eating some of the healthiest foods under the sun! I highly recommend this book for any health minded cooks, parents, and dinner hosts out there! Worth mentioning also- Dr. Bowden included a section in his book with vegeterian and vegan meals, and in many recipes he will provide a vegeterian or vegan alternative.

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  • This is THE guide to eating for anyone whom either suffers from ADHD (Inattentive, Hyperactive, and Combined type), or Autism and for people whom have children with these disorders. The book guides you through how a gluten-fr... This is THE guide to eating for anyone whom either suffers from ADHD (Inattentive, Hyperactive, and Combined type), or Autism and for people whom have children with these disorders. The book guides you through how a gluten-free and casein-free diet can impact cognition in people with ADHD and Autism and provides recipes that are healthy, and easily followed and prepared. The food featured in the book isn't just for children. It will appeal to teens and adults as well. Feeding your children food from this book, whether they have ADHD and/or Autism or not will help them cultivate a very healthy and sophisticated pallet. I highly recommend this book for ANY person looking for healthy meals.

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  • I'd leave this in the car for when you have to go to the grocery........

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  • If you watch Oprah at all (really who doesn't) you would be familiar with Dr. Oz and his no-nonsense healthy diet and fitness information. I originally got interested in this book from the recommendation from Oprah and I am so g... If you watch Oprah at all (really who doesn't) you would be familiar with Dr. Oz and his no-nonsense healthy diet and fitness information. I originally got interested in this book from the recommendation from Oprah and I am so glad that I did. Looking to lose weight and be the best that you can be? Try You on a Diet!

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  • Michael Pollan is a genius. This book followed his other bestseller: An Omnivore's Dilemma. "In Defense of Food" discusses America's obsession with nutrition when the answer to health really boils down to Pollan's simple mantra: "... Michael Pollan is a genius. This book followed his other bestseller: An Omnivore's Dilemma. "In Defense of Food" discusses America's obsession with nutrition when the answer to health really boils down to Pollan's simple mantra: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." It's a funny look at the American food industry that takes you up and down the aisles of processed foods (which isn't the whole food he is referring to in his mantra) promising different things. Definitely gives you a fresh look at the food and nutrition industry.

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  • Half charming photography, half recipes. Great gift for newlyweds, college grads, and foodies.

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  • Though the recipes are not particularly special, the real value in this book is the all of the information about each of the types of grains from amaranth to quinoa to...the most common, whole wheat. There is nutritional informati... Though the recipes are not particularly special, the real value in this book is the all of the information about each of the types of grains from amaranth to quinoa to...the most common, whole wheat. There is nutritional information, a little bit of history, and basic cooking techniques that are more useful lessons than each of the individual recipes.

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