'The Calories In, Calories Out Cookbook' Review

By Patricia Streeter,
Author Rating: 
4.5 Stars

There are plenty of healthy diet cook books out there. It is difficult to determine which are valid and worth purchasing. Most of the time, you have to by multiple books that end up collecting dust on your bookshelf. They all looked great, but they were missing something. What makes this cookbook special? What makes it stand out from the rest of them?

The Calories in, Calories out Cookbook stands out because it offers ways to remove the calories you consumed through specific exercise and time to put into it. By doing so, you can better assess the calories your are consuming and burning. You can track the data on fitness apps or a journal. As a result, you can meet your lifestyle goals.

Plus, the book provides a detailed analysis of calories, body mass index, and age. Also the recipes are organized by calories per serving, which, includes condiments and beverages. To keep things fair, the calories out activities are separated by gender, which makes the book gender friendly.

In addition, three qualified individuals came together to produce this book. Those individuals are Catherine Jones, Elaine Trujillo MS RDN, and Dr. Malden Nesheim. Each person has an extensive background on this topic.

As a reader, you have qualified assistance helping you through your health questions. These helpers provide additional sources to help you navigate the topic further. Given the content and panel of writers behind it, the book is reliable and worth it.

The book will not be available until Tuesday, June 17, 2014. You can pre-order a paperback from Amazon. If you are ready to make a change, do not pass this book up.



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