A Mouthful of Truth: The real deal on food and Eating

A Mouthful of Truth: The real deal on food and Eating

by Albert Eiler, Julie Long


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It's only 48 pages long, but this slim book says a mouthful about food, eating habits and the accountability we must all accept. Part how-to and part choose-to, the book is an eater's manifesto built around 15 simple and sometimes surprising truths. From "The Potato Isn't the Problem" to "Fast Food is No Excuse for Fat Food," A Mouthful of Truth spells out how to eat oneself to lean, healthy body.

For anyone who is confused about nutrition - or who knows what to eat but rationalizes poor choices - the book is a heaping helping of reality, with each short chapter giving the reader plenty to chew on. While for some the straightforward truth about food may be hard to swallow, with our nation's health and healthcare both in crisis, it's a truth we can't afford to ignore.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984318513
Publisher: Not Long Books
Publication date: 08/09/2010
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

Albert Eiler is the president of Stick With It Fitness and ChangeRx, where he works closely with clients at all levels of athletic ability, as well as special populations, either individually or though his Group Challenge Programs. Along with his team of experienced performance coaches, he has helped thousands of people enhance their health and wellness through his ChangeRx methodology, which is centered on four principles: nutrition, conditioning, restoration and accountability. He instructs that no matter how deeply one delves into the topics of general health, human performance and body composition, the basic foundations of each core principle must be established and maintained. Contact him at aeiler@stickwithitfitness.com or visit www.changerxchallenge.com.

Julie Long is a freelance writer and published author exploring food systems and sustainability. She credits her dietician mother for teaching her what a balanced meal looks like, and Albert Eiler for teaching her to be accountable for her own health. Her other books include Fat, Dumb and Lazy, a simple story for those who seek change, and BABY: An Owner's Manual, the operating instructions no baby should be delivered without. Learn more about her on her blog and website: www.julielongwrites.com.

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