Saturday, 15 March 2014

Giveaway~The Eat to Live cookbook by Dr Joel Fuhrman


I recently reviewed the book The Eat to Live cookbook by Dr Joel Fuhrman in a recent post , you can read all about this lovely book here and see the recipe for the delicious Mango pudding I made from the book.
Since the review Harper Collins have kindly offered to send one simplyfood reader a copy of the book so that they can improve their diet and lifestyle.

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97 comments:

  1. I'd love to add more fish to my diet...Fish only week coming up!

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  2. I have Crohn's disease so my bowels are very sensitive. It helps if I stick to gluten free and lactose free food stuffs but to be honest, I am not so keen on the taste! I wish I could change to lactose free milk but I enjoy my lattes made with cows milk too much! I would love to cut out on my lattes but I love them too much!

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  3. I have a fairly strict diet, but I think I need to make an effort to drink more water.

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  4. I Would Like To Cut Down On Snacking Between Meals

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  5. I think the one change I'd like is to be able to stop my sweet-things cravings. I can go without chocolate or sweets etc for days at a time but then I get an urge and pig out!

    Trish D

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  6. I'm stuck in a takeaway cycle as I find it hard to cook from fresh quick meals that fit in with my schedule - so pleased I found you!

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  7. I should eat more vegetables.

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  8. Cut down on extra 'padding' food.

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  9. More fruits and vegetables

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  10. love baking and trying new recepies

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  11. The change I would like to make to my diet is to eat more fruit and vegetables. Being vegetarian and not particularly liking either is a challenge!

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  12. Smaller portions - Catherine Newton

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  13. I would like to cut down on my salt intake

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  14. To eat less sugar - Karen Milburn

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  15. I would like to eat less and reduce my carbohydrates

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  16. Food and exercise work together

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  17. Less tomato ketchup… More fresh fruit and not just dried or smoothies.

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  18. Less stress eating of carbs-chocolate, crackers, cookies.

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  19. really need to cut down on chocolate & chips!

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  20. Looks like a very interesting book... and mango puddling sounds perfect!

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  21. I would like to stop picking at the kids leftovers

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  22. Need to eat more reguarly and to stop snacking

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  23. Suggest one change you would like to make in your diet?
    the obvious answer is to eat more healthily - l just need a kick up the *********

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  24. I have quite a strict diet but I think I need to eat bigger portions! (so I keep getting told!!)

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  25. Probably more fruit and veg.

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  26. I would like to cut down on meat and eat more vegetables.

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  27. I would like to reduce my salt intake - I've been shocked by the amount of salt hidden in regular foods since I had my daughter and started reading the labels!

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  28. i'd like to eat less sugar, once i eat something sweet i want more :) it's my weakness

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  29. I'd like to discover a wider range of vegan dishes to add to my diet.

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  30. switch to heatlhy alternatives to make my recipes lower calorie

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  31. I would like to eat at least on big salad daily.

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  32. Trying to eat less carbs, but its a challenge! I love stodge too much!

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  33. Anything made from a potato that involves oil :( hangs head in shame lol

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  34. I have Menieres Disease, so having less Salt in my diet would help the symptoms!

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  35. Eat more vegetables

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  36. no snacking in between meals

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  37. I'm doing well this year on no fizzy pop, and much less sugar. So I'll carry on with that I think.

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  38. I need to eat less sugar. I don't each much processed sugar but I eat a lot of fruit and juice.

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  39. I really want to stop drinking diet coke!

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  40. I'm trying to eat healthy and would love some recipes for healthy meal ideas.

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  41. I wish that I had the will power to not snack so much! The biscuit tin at work is just the devil.

    www.ceejayell.blogspot.co.uk

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  42. Oh sorry! Didn't read the base bit for including your own URL, sorry about that. Comment number two :)

    I would love to have more will power in my diet so I don't snack as much! The biscuit tin at work is just the devil!!

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  43. I would love to be able to cut out junk food, always seems to creep back in though and i end up scoffing my face! :(

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  44. I would like to cut out sugar.

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  45. I eat healthy and don't use sugar but don't eat any fish so I would like too add that x x

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  46. I really need to eat more fruit and veg!

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  47. I need to have a lot less sugar!

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  48. I would like to spend time working out the con that is low fat food to make my diet healthier :)

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  49. I love bread, pasta & potatoes and I find it hard to cut them out and find alternatives

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  50. For several reasons my daughter and I, are trying a gluten free diet, very difficult as some of the products are horrible

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  51. Eat more fruit as snacks instead of crisps and chocolate

    trevor linvell

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  52. use honey instead of sugar chirag p

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  53. I'd like it to be easier and quicker to prepare healthy meals :)

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  54. We already eat a fair amount of fruit and veg but I think we need to try and add more :-)

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  55. I'd like to make healthier snack choices, stop eating crisp when bored (bot hungry)

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  56. Cut out the treats but its hard lol

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  57. I would like to cut down on the amount of cheese I eat but I love it too much!

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  58. I miss meals, often grab a takeaway and dont drink enough water!

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