The “no-nonsense, tough-love guide for savvy girls who want to stop eating crap and start looking fabulous” book written my two former models who really know their shit. Yes the vulgar language is unnecessary, but it makes it a fun read for anyone looking for a quick read.
These girls explain the ways in which animal activists and models eat. That’s right, these people promote a vegan lifestyle. They explain how meat and dairy hurts your body and how fruits, vegetables, and whole grains cleanse and rejuvenate you. To get their point across about how serious they are about not eating animal products, they give a detailed chapter about animal cruelty in slaughter houses by providing horrific stories from the workers that have to endure these satanist acts.
I am normally not a very emotional person, but while reading this tear ran down my face as I imagined in my head what that animal has to endure in order to be processed into meat. It really drives the point home why people don’t eat meat or any animal byproduct for that matter. I loved it! It was a very fast read and very enjoyable. It really goes by the model, “you are what you eat.”
There are some foods that people who are at high risk for developing cancer should definitely avoid. Generally, says natural health researcher Mike Adams, they should avoid foods that contain ingredients known to cause cancer, such as refined sugars and grains , hydrogenated oils, and nitrates. But which foods are the absolute worst?
The top five cancer-causing foods are:
1. Hot dogs
2. Processed meats and bacon
Doughnuts are cancer-causing double trouble. First, they are made with white flour, sugar, and hydrogenated oils, then fried at high temperatures. Doughnuts, says Adams, may be the worst food you can possibly eat to raise your risk of cancer.
4. French fries
Like doughnuts, French fries are made with hydrogenated oils and then fried at high temperatures. They also contain cancer-causing acrylamides which occur during the frying process.
5. Chips, crackers, and cookies
All are usually made with white flour and sugar. Even the ones whose labels claim to be free of trans-fats generally contain small amounts of trans-fats. high in nitrates, the Cancer Prevention Coalition advises that children eat no more than twelve hot dogs a month. If you can’t live without hot dogs, buy those made without sodium nitrate. Sodium nitrates found in hot dogs, bacon, and other processed meats raise the risk of heart disease. The saturated fat in bacon also contributes to cancer.