The MILF Diet

The MILF Diet

Let the Power of Whole Foods Transform your Body, Mind and Spirit --deliciously

Book - 2013
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From the acclaimed author of The Hip Chick's Guide to Macrobiotics , the MILF diet is what happens when the Skinny Bitch grows up and gets married.

A true milf is confident, sexy, and radiates natural femininity. By eating whole, plant-based foods, you, too, can find balance and dynamic health, and unleash your inner MILF. It's simple: you are what you eat. So, to fulfill your true potential for health, happiness, and MILFiness, it's best to avoid refined sugars, processed foods, dairy, and meat. But it's not as scary as it sounds, and you'll soon discover why. With recipes like Lemony Quinoa Salad; Oven- Roasted Root Vegetables with Garlic, Cumin, and Herbs; Edamame Dip; and Poached Pears with Raspberry Sauce, the MILF Diet is not only easy to follow, it's delicious and slimming, too.

Jessica Porter has been a teacher of healthy cooking and hypnotherapy for over fifteen years, and she brings her wealth of knowledge to The MILF Diet in the form of holistic philosophy, mouth-watering recipes, and a fun and digestible enumeration of the health benefits of MILFy foods.

By eating the whole, natural, and tasty foods of the MILF Diet, you'll not only turn back the clock and find inner balance, you'll strengthen your immune system and reduce your risk of serious disease. You'll learn why seaweed makes your skin dewy while keeping your hair strong and lustrous, and discover how to harness peak physical energy and mental clarity from whole grains. The best part is, the MILF Diet is simple, delicious, and totally lifechanging.
Publisher: New York : Atria Books, 2013.
Edition: First Emily BestlerAtria Books hardcover edition
ISBN: 9781451655681
Branch Call Number: 641.5636 PORTER J
Characteristics: vii, 360 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.


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KRockstar10 May 13, 2013

This was a little too alternative for me. I was looking for some yummy, inexpensive, every-day sort of recipes, but everything here involves some kind of seaweed or a plant I could only get at Whole Foods. Also, the book is a little preachy. Not overly preachy, but I don't want to be made to feel that I'm going to die if I eat cheese or have a cup of coffee. The information on whole grains was useful though.


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