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by Mark Sisson,Mira Calton

eBook Rich Food Poor Food: The Ultimate Grocery Purchasing System (GPS) ePub
Author: Mark Sisson,Mira Calton
Language: English
ISBN: 0984755179
ISBN13: 978-0984755172
Publisher: Primal Nutrition, Inc.; 1 edition (February 26, 2013)
Pages: 324
Category: Diets & Weight Loss
Subcategory: Dieting
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 365
Formats: lit lrf lrf mobi
ePub file: 1140 kb
Fb2 file: 1868 kb

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This book is useful for shoppers that are fond of organic products and don’t like such ingredients: sugar, GMO, artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners, pesticides, nitrites and so on. Besides, this grocery guide teachers to see potentially problematic ingredients, save money and to choose natural products for better health.

With nearly 40,000 items populating the average supermarket today, this unique guide steers the consumer through the grocery store aisles, directing them to health enhancing Rich Food options while avoiding health detracting Poor Food ones. 38 people like this topic

With nearly 40,000 items populating the average supermarket today, this unique guide steers the consumer through the grocery store aisles, directing them to health enhancing Rich Food options while avoiding health detracting Poor Food ones. 38 people like this topic.

Jayson and Mira Calton have just released their new book, Rich Food, Poor Food: The Ultimate Grocery Purchasing System (GPS). I am very familiar with their book, having written the book foreword.

Mira & Jayson Calton, are the authors of Naked Calories: The Calton's Simple 3-step Plan to Micronutrient Sufficiency and Rich Food Poor Food: The Ultimate Grocery Purchasing System (GPS). The Caltons are among the world's leading experts on the topics of weight management, lifestyle medicine and micronutrient deficiency. Their high success rate working with adults and children to achieve sustainable weight loss and reverse health and disease conditions has made their consultancy highly sought after by celebrities, athletes and top corporate executives around the world.

Do you get confused while poring over labels at the grocery store, trying to determine the healthiest options? What makes one box of cereal better for you than another, and how are we supposed to decipher the extensive lists of mysterious ingredients on every package, and then determine whether they are safe or toxic to your family's health? With nearly 40,000 items populating the average supermarket today, the Rich Food Poor Food - Grocery Purchasing System (GPS), is a unique guide that steers the consumer through the grocery store aisles, directing them to health enhancing Rich Food options while avoiding health detracting Poor Food ones.Rich Food, Poor Food is unique in the grocery store guide arena in that rather than rating a particular food using calories, sodium, or fat as the main criteria, it identifies the products that contain wholesome, micronutrient-rich ingredients that health-conscious shoppers are looking for, like wild caught fish, grass-fed beef, raw/organic cheese, organic meats, pastured eggs and dairy, organic produce and sprouted grains, nuts and seeds, while avoiding over 150 common unwanted Poor Food ingredients such as sugar, high fructose corn syrup, refined flour, GMOs, MSG, artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners, pesticides, nitrites/ nitrates, gluten, and chemical preservatives like BHA and BHT.So while other food swapping grocery guides may give the green light to eating Kellogg's Fruit Loops with Sprinkles, Oscar Mayer Turkey Bologna and Hostess Twinkies based on their lower calories, sodium, and/or fat levels, you won't find these heavily processed, food-like products identified as Rich Food choices in Rich Food, Poor Food. That doesn't mean this guide to micronutrient-sufficient living leads readers to a boring culinary lifestyle. Quite the contrary! The Caltons offer Rich Food choices in every aisle of the store including desserts, snacks, sauces, hot dogs, and other fun foods!This indispensable grocery store guide raises the bar on food quality as it takes readers on an aisle-by-aisle tour, teaching them how to identify potentially problematic ingredients, while sharing tips on how to lock in a food's nutritional value during preservation and preparation, save money, and make homemade versions of favorite grocery store staples. Regardless of age, dietary preference or current health, Rich Food, Poor Food turns the grocery store and farmer's market into a micronutrient pharmacy--filling the shopping cart with a natural prescription for better health and longevity.
Mala
I bought this book for one reason: To teach my kids how to feed themselves. My daughters are 16 and 9 and they've heard me preach "healthy" this and "unhealthy" that for years, but they have friends and classmates and camp directors and well-meaning relatives who believe "there's no harm in letting kids eat kid food."

After reading the reviews, I decided it would be the right tool to help my kids decide for themselves. On day one, my oldest flipped through to see if the brands we buy are okay. On day two, my youngest was quizzing her big sister on grass-fed butter. By day three they were fighting over whose turn it was to read it at breakfast. Believe it or not, this is just what I'd hoped for. They've taken it upon themselves to see who can figure out the "right" thing to buy when we shop.

The book is simple enough to pick up and put down, or flip from section to section and spot-check a food choice. When they stay with Grandma they'll need to know which brand of yogurt to pick out at the grocery store (and why). One day they'll be standing in the grocery store deciding which vegetables they can afford to skip buying organic while their friends are stocking up on ramen noodles. These are the important life skills even my adult friends can't figure out yet. (I'm looking at you, Fat Free Cream Cheese!)

I especially appreciate the depth of information the authors cover. You can't just walk into Whole Foods or the local co-op and assume that it must be healthy if the store sells it. Just because it says "Free Range" or "Organic" doesn't mean you're buying a healthy food.

The formatting is easy to follow. The lists are specific, both in the What AND in the Why. I could never get my family to read all the blogs and articles and research out there, but this book has compiled the information into a fantastic family resource!
Mmsa
I am not an health expert or a fanatic, but I try to make sure that most of the food we eat are healthy. Over the years I have read books about organic food, superfood, and what type of food is good for you. Like most I will buy organic if it is easily available and doesn't cost much more than conventional food, and some things I always buy organic because the conventional product has received so much negative publicity (e.g. milk).

Clean and local eating is great, but not very feasible for most. I don't know anyone willing to make the sacrifice of avoiding processed food all together, and let's face it - is not very likely that I will make all the meals from scratch any time soon. What made this book such an eye opener for me was that it explains which additives to avoid and why. I don't have to avoid processed food although that probably would be the healthier option, but I can choose more wisely.

Before purchasing a product I have started to look at more than just calories, fat, carbs, and amount of sugar. Most processed products have ingredients I can't pronounce and should avoid, but now I know which ingredients I want to avoid completely and which I think is acceptable for my family. I have started to take trips to Wholefoods more often because it is easier to find a "cleaner" alternative to some of our food there, but my local grocery store is still the one we use daily. I still buy grated cheese from time to time, even though I now know that it contains an extra additive to prevent clumping (never thought about looking at the ingredients).
Purestone
One of the biggest concerns I always have on my website ([...]) is that people are so intimidated by everything healthy. They are scared to go to the grocery store because they do not know what to look for. Highly paid marketing executives and bully campaigns from huge companies have made it nearly impossible to decipher what you are actually buying and later eating. It's no shock to me that we have so many rampant health issues running through our country. Whether the label is gluten free, grain free, organic, free range, certified humane, animal welfare approved, global animal partnership, grass-fed, USDA process verified, food alliance, gmo free or any label I am missing, it is scary. Companies try to steer us to buy their product by making false or misleading claims. This is where Mira and Jayson step in.

They have both dedicated their life to pursuing health and teaching people about better choices. They want to take their knowledge and share it with you, making you an expert. They tirelessly and dilligently created this wonderful masterpiece of a book to be your GPS (Grocery purchasing system) and make your life and decisions simple and educated. Ever wonder what to buy that isn't in a package and labeled, i.e. - fruits or vegetables? Don't worry, they teach you what the PLU codes on foods mean. 4 digit codes starting with 3 or 4 are conventional and grown with chemicals and pesticides. Five-digit codes starting with 9 mean organic. Five-digit numbers starting with 8 mean GMO (franken foods). That sentence alone will save you hours of research and concern and make your trip more enjoyable. They also go one step further and tell you the Fab 14 items you can purchase safely no matter what the label, and the Terrible 20 which you should always choose organic.

Worried about not knowing how to read this book to help your shopping? Have no fear, they broke the book up into aisles instead of chapters. What does that mean? If you only need meats and dairy at the store, open those "aisles", take some notes and head to the store. Even better, they have note sections where you can write down what you want to buy and you can use your book as your in hand "GPS".

I could write all day about the amazing information all contained within this book, but my review would end up longer than the book itself. Just know that Mira and Jayson have created the end all be all to helping anyone shop in traditional trickery grocery stores. They created a weapon to keep you armed to defend your health and EVERYONE needs this book in hand at all times. I have been living a healthy lifestyle for over 5 years always researching food and what I need, and this book single handedly concentrated all that knowledge in one place teaching me things. I can't recommend this book enough, do yourself a favor and buy a copy for yourself, and 10 to hand out. You can help keep the wheels spinning on the global food revolution this book will cause.

Thank you Mira and Jayson for all your dedication and selflessness in the pursuit of education everyone and making lives better.
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