35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
It is so good to read a book about nutrition that does not promote any new diet! The author's message is plain and simple: Go back to nature, eat wholesome foods, and don't bother with dieting. Don't overeat; instead eat slowly, and enjoy your meals - such notion has already been promoted by Mireille Guiliano in her bestseller "French Women Don't Get Fat".
Our curse is processed food. The dieting industry completely distorted our feeding process. Our desire to improve everything and to separate 'needed' ingredients from the 'unneeded' ones leads us to refining most of our food products. However, our artificially 'improved' food only seemingly has the same nutritious qualities as… Read more
I read the entire series of Laura Hesse books. "Oh my. I don't think I've ever seen any book about horses so cute in my life. A warm, friendly story about children and horses.
I laughed and I cried and I understood everything that author had to say.
The story flows very fast, and I had trouble putting the book down.
This was a great read, from the start to the finish.
If you haven't read this one, you don't know what you've been missing.