The Eat-Clean Diet Stripped by Tosca Reno Review

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We know that last bit of weight is the hardest to lose. Not anymore! New York Times best-selling author Tosca Reno is here to reveal all her secrets for peeling off those last 10 pounds and finally revealing the sexiest you possible! Get access to 50 brand-new recipes, effective training, and meal plans along with information on tricking your body into dropping those last pesky pounds – all while still enjoying a vibrant social life!

The Eat-Clean Diet Stripped is available from Amazon for $11.74

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Let’s be honest, I could stand to lose 10 pounds.  I could stand to lose 15lbs actually.  That would make me quite happy.  However I am not ready for the time and dedication it takes to skim off those pounds.  Another day.  My youngest is high maintenance these days.  At 18 months he is into EVERYTHING.  Am I making an excuse, of course.  Perhaps, because I know I am capable of losing those few pounds I know I will do it when the timing is right for our family.   Or perhaps if I dropped this blog business I would have that extra time.  Hmmm….I think I’m committed to my blog too for the time being:) Regardless, when I do decide to dedicate myself to my fitness, The Eat-Clean Diet Stripped, is full of useful ideas about how to achieve this goal.

The Eat-Clean Diet Stripped is about common sense.  I love that.  I do NOT appreciate books that have weird ideas about how to lose weight and be healthy.  Atkins, anyone?  Eating clean is simply eating food that has not been processed or preserved.  Fresh, clean, natural foods are best.  Maybe this isn’t common sense to everyone, but it certainly is to me.  I try, I fail, but I keep trying to keep my food as natural as possible.  The recipes included in this book all use natural ingredients.  I decided to try “Tasty Naked Wonton Soup” .  My family, particularly my husband, loves Asian inspired soups and he LOVED this one.  Check out the picture below.

While the wonton soup was a hit, I have not made any more recipes from the book.  They look great, but quite a few of them have what I consider to be “odd” ingredients.  Certainly not the type of things that I would find in my cupboard.   What the hell are chia seeds?  Perhaps you know.  I am clueless.  Perhaps I just need to continue with the cookbook book portion, but leave out those ingredients that are unfamiliar to me or difficult to find.  The type A personality within me has a hard time with that idea, however:)

Overall I found The Eat-Clean Diet Stripped to be a positive book about being healthy.   Yes, it is about losing weight.  Yes, it includes recipes,  but I find the book to be an inspiration to live a healthier life and that is its greatest benefit.

 

I received a copy of this book for review purposes, however all opinions are my own.

 

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  1. We love your blog, The Mamma Report! We have lots in common, and wanted to share that Tosca Reno is our guest tonight, Wednesday, April 13, 2011 9pmEST/6pmPST on our Chit Chat Cafe Live Show. http://www.artistfirst.com/chitchat.htm Click Listen Live tonight, or enjoy any of our archived mp3 downloads at your leisure! (Our recent guests have been Cynthia Sass, author of Cinch; Elizabeth Somer, Eat Your Way to Happiness; Priscilla Presley, Joan Lunden, and other New York Times Authors, and celebrities. Tonight, Tosca Reno is chatting with Hosts Nancy Bartie and Lisa Kocher about her new book, The Eat-Clean Diet Stripped! Join us, and invite a friend. We appreciate your support, and look forward to learning more from The Mamma Report!

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