While I would love to read more about how to eat 'real foods' and make them and such, I have a short attention span for anything non-fiction. So this book was great for someone like me. Only 139 pages and its a list of food rules, like, don't eat any cereal that turns your milk a color, eat slowly, and don't eat anything that's been processed. It's common knowledge type of stuff, but sometimes we need a refresher course. While reading it, it really made me want to change the way I eat. Stop hitting up the frozen dinner section and actually buy stuff to make my own dinner. Its easier, but I don't do it because it seems time consuming. But if it makes me healthy and thinner, than its worth it I guess.
Check this book out, its short, simple, and handy.