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The Beauty Detox Foods [Format Kindle]

Kimberly Snyder
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In her bestselling book, The Beauty Detox Solution, Kimberly Snyder—one of Hollywood's top celebrity nutritionists and beauty experts—shared the ground-breaking programme that keeps her A-list clientele in red-carpet shape.

Now you can get the star treatment with this guide to the top 50 beauty foods that will make you more beautiful from the inside out. Stop wasting your money on fancy, expensive beauty products and get real results, while spending less at your neighbourhood grocery.

– Enjoy avocados and sweet potatoes for youthful, glowing skin

– Snack on pumpkin seeds for lustrous hair

– Eat bananas and celery to diminish under-eye circles

With over 85 recipes that taste as good as they make you look, you can finally take charge of your health and beauty—one delicious bite at a time


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 11141 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 336 pages
  • Editeur : Harlequin Non-Fiction; Édition : 1 (26 mai 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00CMOXUIQ
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Aimer 16 juillet 2014
Par maria
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Not finish yet but love it,exact le what i needed for my new journey.(healthy eàting) or becoming a vegetarian a must read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The ONLY book on nutrition & lifestyle you'll ever need or want 31 mars 2013
Par Om_girl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I have to admit, I was skeptical. I was a science major, have been on the up and up with human biology and nutrition for years, have been eating a plant based diet for 19 years, most of these vegan.... and the title of her first books, "Beauty" Detox Solutions, made me think that maybe this was just another pretty girl claiming to know how to transform you into a pretty girl too with the latest fad diet. However, I gave the book a chance and WOW... I mean, it was no placebo, the tweaks I made to my diet by following her guidelines did the trick to make me see an almost IMMEDIATE difference. And once you stick with it, you definitely see an immediate difference if you fall off the wagon!!! Here I am, 35 and 110lbs thinking she had nothing new to say and that I was as healthy as I could get, and I can tell you, if you are considering buying Kimberly Snyder's books, DO IT! I never realized how drained I was until I followed her diet guidelines, I didn't see how my soy latte a day was me being dependent on the highs from caffeine. I gave up coffee completely and bring my own high quality herbal tea to work now, yet I have WAY more energy than before. I'm a working single mother supporting us entirely solo, I'm starting my own business in fair trade, AND I practice yoga and am going through teacher training on the side....and believe it or not, KIMBERLY SNYDER alone is to thank for the fact that I can keep up the pace!!! I have NEVER had as much natural and consistent energy as I do now. I find it easier to stay emotionally positive, so I think her diet guidelines can also help your mood! Also, I'm no Julia Child, in fact, the running joke in my family is my lack of cooking skills, but with Kimberly's book I find it INSPIRING to prepare food, for the first time in my life!!!! And I start every single morning with her Glowing Green Smoothie. Since this transformation I have had people I don't know asking about my hair, my energy and brightness, etc....I lost count how many times I have written down Kimberly Snyder's book for people! My digestion is normal for the first time in my life, my hair is finally loosing the straw-like texture, and my yoga practice has become stronger than ever. I will forever follow her blogs and buy her books....in fact, I bought 3 of her old one to give away, and 3 of this title so that I had a couple lending copies...now I am just waiting for her to write a kids recipe book, or a book about her world travels. This girl is LEGIT too, she's SO much more than just some pretty girl who tells celebrities how to eat, she's strong, she roughed it around the world and is a true yogini! I love her so much. I can't say enough good things about this book. You'll be selling yourself short if you didn't get it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good advice with (what I believe is) unintentional narcissism 12 mars 2014
Par MySecretIdentity - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Overall, I'm a fan of the book as a guide for eating healthy. I probably have more cons (or peeves) than pros, but if you're looking for an easy-to-understand book about food's affect on your inner and outer appearance, this book is for you!

Pros
-As I mentioned, very easy to understand. She doesn't get too much into science nitty gritty about chemical bonds, etc. At the same time, contrary to another comment, Snyder does provide references for her explanations.
-The recipes look delicious!
-Ultimately she recommends a vegan gluten-free diet, which isn't for everyone. She acknowledges that it may take some time to ween off of meat and dairy, and recommends in a non-condescending way to eat hormone-free high quality meat, and local cage-free eggs. With that said, she does explain the effect of meat and dairy on your insides and outsides.
-She goes into detail about 50 healthy foods, and why they are good for your body, inside and out.

Cons
There are quite a few :-)
-Overall, I feel like the book was written specifically for celebrities and rich people (what I like to call the "Trophy Wife Diet"). In order to maintain this diet strictly, especially with organic-only produce, you're going to easily dump $1K on produce and other food items per month. The amount for the Glowing Green Smoothie (32 oz.) per week alone will run about $50 if not more.
-Unless you are dieting, I wouldn't recommend just a GGS for breakfast. Honestly, it's not very filling. It's delicious, and I make variations of it whenever I can, but it won't get me through a morning at work, or even a long walk. Alternatively, Snyder recommends oatmeal (the non-artifically flavored stuff), which is a filling and affordable staple.
-In order to maintain this diet, you will need LOTS of time to make lunch and dinner. Unless you have a work-at-home job, I can't imagine having the time nor patience to cook for hours every single day. Getting to my next point…
…Portion sizes aren't clear. There are pictures of food that are supposedly (for example) 6-8 servings, but she doesn't make it clear what a "portion" for her is.
-In her sample diet plan, she recommends 32 oz of the GGS OR 2-3 celery sticks OR oatmeal. Stop right there. I'm not a nutritionist, but I wouldn't recommend 2-3 celery sticks to ANYONE as a breakfast. Not even someone who needs to lose 100 lbs. Also on one page she talks about how she enjoys a few nori rolls with sprouts, spinach, and sesame seeds for lunch. Honestly, if I were to tell someone that I ate 2-3 celery sticks for breakfast and followed up with a few nori rolls for lunch, I would be told that I had an eating disorder. Going to my next point…
…If I'm not mistaken, I believe that she's a yoga instructor. She confirms in her book that she used to exercise frequently and ingest protein drinks. I believe that the diet can be more suitable for someone who does yoga, but I like to jog and do pilates. A GGS and a salad is not suitable after several miles of jogging. In fact, a trainer once advised against eating fruit after a work out, because of the sugar content. Personally I've been a vegetarian for 16 years and dairy-free for 2. I need my protein. :-) I still consume eggs (cage-free only) There are also some yummy vegan protein powders out there.
-At one point she discusses the controversy of kale and how it potentially causes calcium build up in the kidneys. Despite the controversy, she hypothesized that it's ok to eat kale in its raw form. Now, I've had kidney stones twice. Trust me, you don't want them. I was advised to avoid kale and spinach. I've done some research online, and yes, everyone contradicts each other. I'd avoid it in large quantities just to be safe. I didn't appreciate Kim's approval of raw kale without scientifically backing up her statement.
-The constant reminders of her "celebrity" success are tacky. At one point she actually writes, "One celebrity loves this dish! (You know who you are!)" Ew, tacky!!! This isn't a high school yearbook! And throughout the book she adds attention to how thick her hair is, how toned her body is, etc. Like, repeatedly. I don't think she means to, but she comes off as really vein. Kind of rub-it-in-your-face "Look at how beautiful/thin/etc I am. Don't you want to look like me? Don't you?!?!" Again, I think that she means well, but that's the impression that I get. (Same with her Facebook page, with endless photos of herself....)
-Going with that idea, on one page she mentions that the first thing she notices if someone's skin. If someone has bad skin, she interprets what's wrong with their diets. Ew, judgmental much?
-I wish she would've gone into detail about how she was able to afford 3 years of global travel after graduating undergrad? What 22-year old can afford that? Was it a grant, wealthy family, or both?
-Like someone else mentioned, she discusses eating healthy almost entirely for superficial reasons. If I read, "…be your most beautiful…" one more time, I'm going to vomit.
-The recipes look delicious and I'm eager to cook some. However some of these dishes require $50 or more of ingredients. The Buckwheat pancakes look delicious, but I can't drop $50 on one meal.
-Her no-carb practically no-sugar diet is a bit intense. Not for everybody, especially those who are very physically active.

OK, quite a list, I know. But despite the many cons, I do recommend the book as a basic guideline for how to eat. The morning smoothies are a good "appetizer". As a non-smoking vegetarian, at 31 I have few thin wrinkles on my face. As a non-dairy-er (sure that's a word...) for 2 years, I've noticed a major difference in my appearance. I lost 7 pounds within the first month of no dairy, and have maintained a slimmer figure. I highly recommend quitting dairy if you can. However if you try it for let's say, one month, your body will lose the enzymes for digesting diary, and your first dairy meal after a month will most likely cause severe nausea and headaches.

Oh yeah, and avoid those Magnesium Oxide pills that she recommends on her site, unless you are super backed up and don't have work the next day. They're basically diarrhea pills. The digestive enzyme pills are ok, but they honestly didn't prevent sautéed broccoli from giving me the farts. I'll finish the bottle but won't buy another.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice Book, but Customer Ratings a fake? 6 avril 2013
Par KingCole - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I liked the book, since it favours green Smoothies and a nutrition rich of organic minerals, which I have made very nice experience with, going from "Fast Food & Beer" to a balanced Diet of unprocessed Foods, supplemented with Green Smoothies. It truly made me look younger and feel better.

But browsing all those 5 star reviews made me sceptical. I then took a look at the number of reviews each of those 5 star reviewers has written on amazon.com: 16 out of 20 I looked at have been written one review only - on this book. Now, you can draw your own conslusions.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Dear Kimberly 25 septembre 2014
Par None - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I have your first book, which I enjoy very much and use often. I just received a copy of this one, Beauty Detox Foods and am excited to try some of the new recipes, but I'm very disappointed with the fact there are so many glamour shots of you in this book. I have been very adamant for years about not touching beauty magazines, even with a ten-foot pole (Elle, Glamour, etc.) because they have a negative effect on women and society in general and I don't think I need to explain why. We all know how detrimental they are to a woman's self image and well-being. I'm surprised to see that you would promote such a blatant message of made-up beauty. I can understand a photo or two, but things were taken to excess in this second book. I can't imagine that you are a fan of beauty/fashion magazines, but maybe I'm mistaken about that.

The written content of both of your books is wonderful, very informative and helpful, but all the photos in this last book are distracting and take away from the focus which should be the food and lifestyle. While it's great to be pretty and attractive, personally I think your message should be taken seriously and all the glamour shots just don't fit in. I like the few photos of your travels and the photos of the food are very nice.

I'm looking forward to your third book and hoping there will be new information and not just a recap of what's in the first book. I found this second book to be a near copy and repeat of everything from the first one. I'm hoping the third one will not be like thumbing through a fashion magazine with make-up, hair and good lighting. I'm hoping the new book will focus on health and beauty, but without the "sex sells" approach -- and that includes the cover of the book, which, to date, for both books, I'm not a fan of.

Hope this reaches you somehow and I hope you take it to heart and re-think what you want to send out into the world and how you want to present what you believe in. I'm sure you already know that pretty pictures sell, but wouldn't it be an amazing challenge to find a better way? Wouldn't it be amazing to rise above the massive crowd of sexy book covers and produce something authentic, something that empowers women? Something to think about and I sincerely hope you do.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 LOVE this book 19 juillet 2013
Par Janie A. Bisson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This is one of my favorite go to books. I followed her plan and easily lost weight and watched my body transform. For some this book may be a bit extreme, however give it a chance. It is full of excellent tips and information that is vital in transforming your health and your way of thinking about food forever!
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