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Eating Clean For Dummies (For Dummies (Health & Fitness))

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The fast and easy way to eat cleanClean foods are natural; free of added sugars, hydrogenated fats, trans-fats, and anything else that is unnatural and unnecessary. Used as a way of life, clean eating can improve overall health, prevent disease, increase energy, and stabilize moods.

Whether you've lived on white bread and trans fats all your life and are looking to clean-up
Paperback, 384 pages
Published July 20th 2011 by For Dummies (first published June 24th 2011)
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Mark Hennion
A great deal of information resides within this book. Like all For Dummies books, the topically divided chapters are useful if the reader requires a specific piece of information rather than a chronological or sequential presentation. My trouble with "Clean Eating" was the author's constant use of "literally," as if the book was dictated orally and kept this insipid conversational filler being used constantly (and incorrectly!)

This was just a pet peeve, but enough of one to make me wince by the
Eating Clean for Dummies is what one would expect from the 'for Dummies' series. The book is cleanly laid out with great use of white space, text boxes, bullet points, and font changes. Symbols along the sides of the page highlight information that is extra important. It is not necessary to read the entire book from beginning to end because there is enough repetition of information that you can simply start with whichever section you are the most interested in.

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Jonathan Wright is a British journalist and literary translator. He studied Arabic, Turkish and Islamic civilization at St John's College, Oxford. He joined Reuters news agency in 1980 as a correspondent, and has been based in the Middle East for most of the last three decades. He has served as Reuters' Cairo bureau chief, and he has lived and worked throughout the region, including in Egypt, Suda ...more
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