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Hungry Girl: The Official Survival Guides: Tips & Treats for Guilt-Free Eating

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Based on one of the most wildly popular, fastest-growing free daily e-mail subscription services, this Hungry Girl original audiobook is filled with survival strategies for anyone who wants to make guilt-free eating choices, anywhere, anytime. Learn how to “chew the right thing” from any and every restaurant menu, on airplanes and even from the hotel mini bar. Get the 411 ...more
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Published April 14th 2009 by Macmillan Audio (first published 2008)
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This audiobook was pretty much common sense. The audiobook had constant rock music in the background - not just at the beginning of each track, but throughout the ENTIRE narration. It was very distracting.
I tend to shy away from 'healthy' cookbooks witch feature gimmicks and tends and rely on low-fat versions, artificial sweeteners and the like. So I don't like this Hungry Girl series because ingredients are fat free this and fake that; use artificial sweeteners, etc.

Some health cookbooks I liked:

Eating Well, Living Better: The Grassroots Gourmet Guide to Good Health and Great Food
Read by Michael S. Fenster (cardiologist and professional chef!)

Superfoods for Women: 300 Recipes That Fulfill Your S
Most of these tips are in the back of her first "Hungry Girl" cookbook, so better off just to get that awesome book and skip this. Also, most of the tips are obvious (like skip fried stuff, eat steamed stuff) -- though there are some really good tips, like certain brands to try
really really obvious suggestions and advice and in some cases probably not even great (healthy) advice in my opinion
Some good ideas for what to eat in emergency situations. Quick, fun read. Like her whitty style.
A Ayala
Good tips, short and quick read.
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The creator of shares her best tips, recipes, and advice to live a healthy and full life!"

Lisa Lillien is not a nutritionist, she's just hungry. She's the founder of Hungry Girl, the website and daily email service providing approximately one million fans with guilt-free recipes, food and product reviews, dieting news, shockers and more. She also writes weekly columns for WeightWatc
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