The Quick Start Guide to Healthy Eating

The Quick Start Guide to Healthy Eating

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by Gretchen Scalpi RD, CDN, CDE
     
 

Save time, save money, and eat better!

Eating right is the key to maintaining good health, but learning how to change bad eating habits can seem difficult or overwhelming. In this clear, concise, and reader-friendly e-book by nutrition author and entrepreneur Gretchen Scalpi, you'll discover:

*The facts and myths about many so-called healthy…  See more details below

Overview

Save time, save money, and eat better!

Eating right is the key to maintaining good health, but learning how to change bad eating habits can seem difficult or overwhelming. In this clear, concise, and reader-friendly e-book by nutrition author and entrepreneur Gretchen Scalpi, you'll discover:

*The facts and myths about many so-called healthy foods
*Money saving tips at the grocery store
*How to organize your pantry to have the right foods on hand
*Cooking techniques and culinary shortcuts for eating well on a budget
*Convenience foods that are healthy
*Kitchen appliances that are time-saving
*Tips for getting kids to eat healthy meals and snacks... and much more

Forget fast food and put down that take-out menu! Making quick and nutritious meals at home is easier than you think... this book shows you how. Learn simple solutions, strategies and shortcuts to help you and your family find your way back to healthy eating.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016162690
Publisher:
Gretchen Scalpi
Publication date:
12/27/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
161
Sales rank:
826,972
File size:
348 KB

Meet the Author

Gretchen Scalpi works to promote good nutrition and wellness as an entrepreneur, cookbook author, health and wellness coach, consultant and speaker. Gretchen is a Registered Dietitian & Certified Diabetes Educator. She is also a Certified LEAP Therapist (Lifestyle Eating and Performance), specializing in the clinical management of food sensitivities and related conditions. Gretchen is a featured diabetes expert on Everyday Health for the Type Two Diabetes topic.

Gretchen received a BS in Human Nutrition and Food Service Management from Marymount College in Tarrytown, NY. She worked as Chief Clinical Dietitian in an area hospital for 25 years, and has taught nutrition and food services courses in two area community colleges.

Gretchen opened her health and wellness coaching and private nutrition practice in 2002 and has expanded to three office locations in New York. She has worked with hundreds of clients in Dutchess and Orange Counties. Gretchen's practice provides individual nutritional counseling, health and wellness coaching in the areas of diabetes, weight management, food sensitivities, gastrointestinal disorders, and general wellness. She offers the "Real Living Program", which is an online weight management program where you receive regular coaching and guidance every week to help you make changes to reach your weight loss goals.

Gretchen is the author of the books "The Everything Guide to Managing and Reversing Pre-Diabetes: Your complete plan for preventing the onset of Diabetes", "The Everything Diabetes Cookbook, 2nd ed.," "Pre-Diabetes Your Second Chance At Health E-Book", "Pre-Diabetes Your Second Chance At Health Presentation" and the "Virtual Grocery Store Tour".

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The Quick Start Guide to Healthy Eating 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BJDBD More than 1 year ago
I admit it. I have food issues. You can give up vices like drinking and smoking but how do you give up food when it is a problem for you? The truth is that you can't. If you struggle with eating healthy then this book is for you. There are thousands of books out there about diets but few that focus on actual nutrition and REAL healthy eating. We all know a few things about healthy eating like cutting back on sweets but after reading this book I realized there is much that I don't know. The author begins the book with two real case studies from her nutrition practice. I found those stories motivational and it made me eager to read the rest of the book. The Table Of Contents includes: Introduction Healthy Eating And Nutritional Myths The Basics Of A Healthy Diet Make It Easy To Eat Healthy Quick Meal Prep Tips Tips To Get Kids Eating Healthy Meals Save Money While Eating Healthy Put Variety Into Your Meals Healthy Eating For Special Diets Six Week Quick Start Guide Appendix A: Food Safety Appendix B: Pathogens That Cause Foodborne Illness Appendix C: Stock Recipes Appendix D: Easy Healthy Meals and Snack Recipes Appendix E: Mix & Match – Meal Planning Success Appendix F: Low Sodium Spice Mixes Appendix G: Spice/Food Combinations Appendix H: Low Fat Gravies and Sauces Appendix I: Oven Roasted Vegetables Appendix J: Leaner Cuts of Beats This book will shatter many of the myths of healthy and not so healthy eating and includes a six week quick start guide that gives you lots of small, healthy changes you can make every week. I recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn more about healthy eating but doesn't want to go on some crazy diet that doesn't work. This book would be a great pick as a gift for you adults who need to know more about a healthy diet and for anyone who has food issues. The appendices alone make the book worth what you pay for it.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite Quick Start Recipes For Healthy Meals is written by Gretchen Scalpi. This is an insightful book, which introduces a consumer to a healthier and less expensive way of preparing and eating foods. People in general are often drawn to a meal that is quick and easy, thus leading them to consume take out or restaurant prepared foods. The author, being a Registered Dietitian & Certified Diabetes Educator, teaches the reader the importance of healthy eating.   Eating right and consuming fewer fats and calories can establish a healthy weight loss routine or a weight stabilization plan. Take out foods or restaurant prepared foods are often very high in fat content which provides more calories than needed for a person to consume. Within the pages of the book, the author gives tips and full descriptive recipes for healthy, low calorie and tasty foods.   Quick Start Recipes for Healthy Meals provides the consumer with an interesting selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert-snack recipes. These recipes include most of the food pyramid: dairy, vegetables, fruits, poultry, red meat, fish, and even some low fat content sweets. Two of the most intriguing aspects of the book is that the author provides a complete nutrition facts chart with each recipe along with the ingredients needed to exchange with others to make the meal diabetic friendly.