In the New York Times best-selling book, The Food Babe Way, Vani Hari uncovers ingredients the big food companies don’t want you to know about. It also explains how to rid your body of toxins in 21 days.
Lose Weight and Restore Your Glow
The Food Babe Way details how to lose weight and restore your natural glow. There are meal plans, delicious recipes, and shopping lists. These plans, recipes, and lists help you and your family make better choices about the food you eat.
Food Companies That Are Changing Ingredients
Hari Vani and her millions of followers, The Food Babe Army, as she calls them, have been instrumental in getting major food companies to remove harmful chemicals from their products.
A few of these companies include:
- Subway and many more
Hari Vani states, “I’m just a regular person who got tired of being a victim to big food companies and developed the courage to seek the truth.”
If You Can’t Pronounce It, Don’t Eat It
“It makes me mad to see how these big corporations have adulterated our foods”, Vari says. “Though it pisses off most of the corporate food establishment, I regularly expose the unhealthy ingredients and practices that food companies don’t want you to know about”. Examples of unhealthy ingredients she describes in her book include:
- trans fats
- refined flour
- extra sugar
- dough strengtheners
- fake flavorings
- chemical additives
- genetically modified organisms, and lots more
My favorite quote in the Food Babe Way book is “when you stop toxic chemicals from invading your body, you’ll be thinner, sexier, healthier, and more vital than ever.” Time to take care of yourself!
If you care about the food you put in your mouth and where it comes from, this book is definitely worth reading.
Get your copy here: The Food Babe Way, Break Free from the Hidden Toxins in Your Food and Lose Weight, Look Years Younger, and Get Healthy in Just 21 Days
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