Real Food Liz/Liz Wolfe is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC My book, Eat the Yolks, is a Wall Street Journal AND an Amazon. Eat the Yolks has ratings and reviews. Rebecca said: There’s a lot to like in this book. Wolfe is funny and engaging and she is very readable. Amazon UK Barnes & Noble Indie Bound. Home. EatTheYolks · look inside. Copyright © Liz Wolfe, NTP & Eat The Yolks. Website by BrightCoconut.
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Wolfe about many things she has said like it’s okay to eat red meat!
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Her mantra, “Eat Real Foods”, makes sense on every level, so why can’t she be believed, even though she doesn’t have the letters PHD next to her name. So many dat the other nutrition books were just thr hard facts which go figure are the same facts she presents, so I’m confident listening to her because at least four other doctor’s I’ve read agree with what she says, plus countless others she credits in the bookbut her book is more about bringing the reality of a paleo lifestyle to everyone.
Ring said, she’s a bit too sassy for my tastes. There is right carbs and wolef carbs. As someone who reads the studies and really does their own research on whatever my topic of interest may be, I found the way Liz presented what she’d found in her research to be frustrating.
Thank you, Liz, for bringing this information to those of us who are wolre the truth. Vegetable oils aren’t made with vegetables!
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Regarding other affiliate links and affiliate relationships: Plus, we were a long way from the farm. In Eat the Yolks, Wolfe tackles some food myths, most of which originated from really dodgy “science” from the past century or so. Like it is all just propaganda. Ring said, she’s a bit too sassy for Liz Wolfe gives a good overview of the problems with modern food, and what to eat for optimal health. Customize your diet using whole foods to achieve optimal health.
Can’t we shed light on all that’s WRONG with today’s nutrition information, diet advice, and food system without being so very…tedious and self-important?
What I did love was Liz’s perspective on the three macronutrients fat, protein, and carbwhich is that they are all important, and that we should not be vilifying any single one of them. Thank you for what you do! The same thing occurs here.
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I’m more adventurous in the kitchen. Her best advice is when she’s urging her readers to “Eat food that actually is food” and giving specific guidance about the nutrients and health benefits to be gained from doing so.
It goes further than just tue. This does not have to be an environmental disaster if we are true to what we really want and need. There are other such issues that crop up throughout an otherwise convincing book, such as her accusation that the science on calories is outdated because it is frombut in almost the next breath using studies from the s to give evidence for her claim.
The facts about plant based oils and grains served as an excellent reminder that if I want to 1 be healthy and 2 look as good as possible for as long as possible, I need to up my nutrition game, big time. And we need to get away from all those ‘easy to fix’ processed foods. Nov 05, Megan rated it it was thw.
Balanced diets, with the four food groups. This is a very grounded perspective and I think it’s pretty vital wplfe for a newcomer to the concepts she goes over. Feb 13, Rhea rated it liked it.
Firstly, I have to state that I am extremely fortunate to live in a third world country where the processed foods so abundantly found in lz like America, took a lot longer to reach our shores. Balanced Bites Podcast Would have a hard time recommending it to my parents, say.
There’s a lot to like in this book.
Many times, it was the perfect cure for my insomnia. Fat isn’t the enemy This book is all the ammunition you need to PROVE that eating the yolks and ditching the dogma and all the obesity, heart disease, and hypertension that came with it is the only way to go! Eat the Yolks By Liz Wolfe.
Or her indictment of studies that don’t carefully parse correlation and causation, which she then goes on to do herself golks insinuation and use of the “rhetorical question” the section on sunscreen jumps out at me here, where she doesn’t acknowledge climate change as a confounding factor for skin cancer. Eating bet The first decade of my life was spent in South Alabama in the 70s with access to rural farms. Dec 08, Lolo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Came here from your podcast.
Dec dolfe, Becky Straub rated it liked it. Keep up the great work! Could it all be a lie? It’s all about the moderation.