- Hardcover: 336 pages
- Publisher: Robert Kennedy; 1 edition (Oct. 16 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1552100685
- ISBN-13: 978-1552100684
- Product Dimensions: 22.1 x 2.1 x 27.1 cm
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #158,717 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Tosca Reno's Eat Clean Cookbook: Delicious Recipes That Will Burn Fat and Re-Shape Your Body! Hardcover – Oct 16 2009
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About the Author
Since reclaiming her life, losing weight, getting in shape and becoming a fitness model in her 40s, New York Times bestselling author Tosca Reno has become the face and voice of inspiration for millions. In addition to her Eat-Clean Diet® series and other books, she writes monthly columns for Oxygen and Clean Eating magazines and articles for other fitness publications. She appears as an interview subject and expert on countless TV and radio programs, and has her own TV series.
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PS-I also bought Tosca Reno's Eat Clean Diet Workout. The DVD is a great get started tool. All you need is a bench and a range of weights.
I browsed the book at the store and saw a number of interesting recipes, so I bought it. I started reading it in detail at home and noticed immediately that the "Clean Granola" seemed to be relatively low in calories for 2/3 cup (208 calories, it states) while containing a large amount of nuts. Nuts are high in fat, so there had to be a mistake. Sure enough. I took the time to slowly find all caloric values for the endless list of ingredients, and when it was all added up and then divided to the specified amount of 2/3 cup, my calculator came up with ALMOST DOUBLE THE CALORIES. All I can say to this is if you sell a diet book that people believe to be the last diet they will ever be on, please be accurate!
A very small complaint... if it's got to be healthy and clean, why not inform the reader that UNsulphured dried fruits are widely available and much healthier?
And who can afford bison? Beef is getting almost too expensive, leave alone bison!
Many recipes contain odd ingredients... orange blossom water, for instance. I can't think of a shop to find that in, not living in the city, not living in a high income, gourmet-yuppie area... I'm beginning to suspect that there was a bit of desperation for new recipes for yet another new book in the Eat Clean series. Maybe there were too many books published too fast to remain true to the cause. At least Oxygen magazine seems to suggest that there is a real cause, i.e. helping women achieve a healthy lifestyle for the rest of their soon-to-be-skinny lives. But then again, Tosca Reno is married to the publisher...
So, overall only two stars. There are some recipes that aren't going to break the bank with ingredients I can find easily; if it's important enough I will doublecheck the nutritional info to make sure the dish doesn't put me over my caloric and fat allowances. But, for all the hype about the new Tosca book.... well, nuff said.
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