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Monday, May 31, 2010

The Vintage Remedies Guide To Real Food Review

Vintage Remedies Guide to Real Food

The Vintage Remedies Guide to Real Food written by Jessie Hawkins introduces readers to easy ways to make their diets healthier and more nutritious. Jessie Hawkins shows us how to decrease our intake of processed foods while increasing our intake of real foods without turning our lives upside down!

The Vintage Remedies Guide to Real Food provides insights to the modern diet that many people do not consider. Including the effects of processed food on our bodies, how to recognize processed ingredients from real food ingredients, the benefits of replacing processed foods with real foods, and more.

I am one of those people who jump into things whole-heartedly and then realize that it is just too much all at one time. Sadly this usually results in a complete 180 and I am back to all of my old habits. I can definitely see this outcome occurring if I were to attempt to change my diet to real foods overnight. After all, the processed foods were the foods I grew up on.

Thankfully, Jessie Hawkins tackles this very problem. While explaining why changing to real foods is important for our health she also acknowledges that making a drastic change may be to much for most people. The Vintage Guide to Real Food provides small simple changes to take and encourages people to take their time and set there own goals for change.

The Vintage Remedies Guide to Real Food is definitely a book that I would recommend to anyone that would like to change their diet or just learn more about the foods they are eating. I have learned so much while reading The Vintage Remedies Guide to Real Food and can not wait to implement all of the ideas!

Buy your own copy of The Vintage Remedies Guide to Real Food today for $18.95!

This is a Mama Buzz review. The product was provided by: Jessie Hawkin's for this review.


Jennifer-Eighty MPH Mom said...

This sounds like a book I definitely need to read. I've been wanting to make some changes in our eating habits, but sometimes I just get confused LOL.

Thank you for this wonderful review!