Book Review: Snack Girl to the Rescue

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I have found that my major struggle with trying to lose weights is snacks.  If it’s in the house I will eat it, I have no willpower.  I do fine at work with no distractions of food, but once I’m home, all bets are off.  That’s why I wanted to check out Snack Girl to the Rescue! and see if she could rescue me.

Since I mentioned my weakness above – the “Everyday Temptations” chapter was one that I read and then re-read just to make sure that I got everything there was to get.  Of course, reading a book and actually implementing it are two very, very different things but this book certainly gave me a lot to think about and now it is on me to put it in motion.

There are lots of tips to help shift your eating habits and not going at it all in one go.  And for those of you who like to drink your calories, there are some recipes for low calorie alcoholic drinks.  I didn’t think it was possible, but apparently it is!

There are a lot of recipes for other things in he book as well. Breakfast burritos, burgers, TACOS! So you don’t really have to give up on what you are already eating, just tweak it a little bit – maybe so it has less meat and more veggies, and other substitutions.  Even my guilty pleasure – Chicken Salad is in there – and only 187 calories.  (I am sure that the chicken salad I eat once a week, or more, is much more than that per serving!)

After reading this book, things seem a lot more “do able” I don’t have to completely change my eating habits and stop eating my favorite things. I just have to change some of the contents of my favorite things. Mac & Cheese can still be done. Kettle corn. Dips!  And of course, desserts.

If you are looking for a lifestyle change to lose weight and maintain the weight you’ve lost, then certainly consider checking out Snack Girl to the Rescue! it will give you a boost in the right direction.

I received a free e-copy in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

From popular blogger Lisa Cain, aka “Snack Girl,” a common-sense guide to healthier eating and weight loss, including 100 Weight Watchers-friendly recipes. Since 2009, Lisa Cain has been blogging at Snack-Girl.com about how to make healthy changes in your diet and lifestyle. Her mission is to share the secrets and recipes that have helped her stay fit and healthy, without sacrificing fun or flavor. Snack Girl to the Rescue contains Lisa’s best advice on avoiding common weight-loss pitfalls, shopping healthier on a budget, and getting in shape, along with 100 recipes for fun, quick, and affordable meals and snacks. Written in Snack Girl’s signature voice–down to earth, encouraging, and funny–this is the go-to resource for anyone looking to incorporate healthier food choices into their lives, whether they are looking to lose weight, have more energy, or just feel more confident about their family’s nutrition.

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