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Book Review: Unjunk Your Junk Food

As an educated, junk food eating consumer, you must have this book.

Andrea Domsky and Randy Boyer, founders of NaturallySavvy.com, have outdone themselves with their handy reference book, Unjunk Your Junk Food. Seriously, I was not expecting to love this little book as much as I do.

Unjunk Your Junk Food: Healthy Alternatives to Conventional Snacks

I now look at it every few days to check out healthier alternatives to my favorite packaged junk foods. Every alternative has been taste tested by people who love the original version, so everything is good and will pass muster with friends and family.

And in addition to the food items, Unjunk Your Junk Food is packed full of recipes, definitions of hard to pronounce ingredients, and the actual negative side effects of eating the preservatives, artificial colors and flavors, and flavor enhancers packed into most conventional junk foods.

Love Klondike Bars but would like your ice cream free of polysorbate 80 (an emulsifier linked to cancer), artificial flavors, and high fructose corn syrup? Try Julie’s Organic Vanilla Ice Cream Sandwiches.

Many of my personal favorite natural brands are represented, including Kettle Brand Potato Chips, Brad’s Chocolate Chip Cookies and Oatmeal Cookies (so good!), and even the conventional Breyer’s Ice Cream.

There is a tear out list of the worst offender ingredients, as well as a detailed glossary defining each along with side effects.

Stop wasting money on bad natural alternatives for the junk food you crave, They don’t satisfy the craving anyway!

With this guide you know you are buying an alternative that will satisfy that craving and give you the satisfaction of knowing that you are feeding yourself and your family healthy food. Highly recommended!

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