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Help Plan Meals and Save Money
Food on the Table is a meal planning service designed to help families eat better and save money. This free app does diet specific menu plans with family-friendly, healthy recipes utilizing the sales at your local stores. You select the stores where you shop, your food preferences (gluten free, vegetarian), the recipes you want for the week, and then it gives you your organized shopping list. You can print just your grocery list, just the recipes, or both. You can also email the grocery list to yourself or send it to your iPhone!
What To Eat!
In EAT TO LOSE, EAT TO WIN, Rachel Beller (nutritionist/The Biggest Loser T.V. show) dishes out realistic, easy-to-follow plans that are based on scientific research, not fads or myths and delivered in a conversational tone.
“My book is a fun yet realistic starter kit that puts skinny solutions into shopping carts and onto plates,” says Beller. “But that’s just a start. Yes, I can make you thinner so you look better in a 3-way mirror. That’s easy! My real goal is to make you both thin and healthy — for life.”
Beller’s signature “Food Autopsy™” Alerts: Popular dishes go under the knife to expose the real nutrients (or lack thereof). For example, a typical spinach roll contains the carb equivalent of approximately 3 slices of white bread dyed green.
While most diet books focus on what people can’t eat, EAT TO LOSE, EAT TO WIN emphasizes what people should eat and even how to buy it.
Courtesy of William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins
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This post originally appeared on our March/April 2013 Magazine