Foodist: Using Real Food and Real Science to Lose Weight Without Dieting

August 30, 2019 - Comment

In Foodist, Darya Pino Rose, a neuroscientist, food writer, and the creator of SummerTomato.com, delivers a savvy, practical guide to ending the diet cycle and discovering lasting weight-loss through the love of food and the fundamentals of science.  A foodist simply has a different way of looking at food, and makes decisions with a clear

In Foodist, Darya Pino Rose, a neuroscientist, food writer, and the creator of SummerTomato.com, delivers a savvy, practical guide to ending the diet cycle and discovering lasting weight-loss through the love of food and the fundamentals of science. 

A foodist simply has a different way of looking at food, and makes decisions with a clear understanding of how to optimize health and happiness. Foodist is a new approach to healthy eating that focuses on what you like to eat, rather than what you should or shouldn’t eat, while teaching you how to make good decisions, backed up by an understanding of what it means to live a healthy lifestyle.

Foodist: Using Real Food and Real Science to Lose Weight Without Dieting is filled with tips on food shopping, food prep, cooking, and how to pick the right restaurants and make smart menu choices.

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Anonymous says:

Mostly Copied Verbatim from the Blog; Common Sense Material I was really excited for this book, because I liked the blog. I thought that the book would go more deeply into the science/neuroscience of things, or at least provide new content. I was very wrong! Don’t waste the money on the book–almost everything is copied from summertomato.com word for word.The content in the book might be useful to someone that is an absolute beginner to cooking and healthy eating. However, I honestly think there are better books out there to teach you…

Anonymous says:

Not a good approach for my own mental health I think this author is very well-intentioned, and truly does want to help people become healthier. But I was so disappointed with this book. Essentially, it encourages people to develop a form of orthorexia (a rigid obsession with only eating foods that are designated as pure, and rigorously avoiding other foods that are designated as poison). The book also encourages people to use a number of tricks, such as chewing food many, many times, smaller plates, drinking water, etc. I’ve been…

Anonymous says:

Not a very useful book The whole premise of this book is that if you want to eat healthy and stay slim then all you need to do is be a “foodist”. The problem is that she never defines what she means by foodist. Is it someone who is just really interested in food, someone who is interested in healthy food, a gourmet or someone who jumps on the latest food craze like avocado toast? You could definitely be what many would describe as a foodist and not be eating healthy food and not be slim.Another thing she…

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