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Eating in the Age of Dieting Paperback – 16 November 2020
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Amongst the world’s most-followed nutritionists, Rujuta Diwekar is also a best-selling author with more than 1.5 million copies of her books in print. Through her public health initiatives, like the 12-week fitness project, Sonave community farming project, home exercise and diet projects on social media, etc., she continues to define the discourse on diet and exercise across the country and for Indians living globally.
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- Publisher : Westland (16 November 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 328 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9389648564
- ISBN-13 : 978-9389648560
- Item Weight : 240 g
- Dimensions : 12.9 x 2.08 x 19.8 cm
- Country of Origin : India
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This book is a bible of all that she has taught us through the years and you can always go back to it whenever in doubt what to eat in what season, festivals,having acidity or bloating issues..etc etc....
I can go on and on about how much I loved this book and how well compiled it is to meet all your needs...
If you are someone who believes that health is created without counting calories and by eating till you are 3/4 th full....she s the one you should look up to.
I want to thank Rujuta maam for being there with me virtually in my head always and changing my life forever.
Please guys read this book and follow it whole heartedly for utmost benefit.
This book carries loads of information on variety of Indian food, vegetables, nuts, berries, which we tend to ignore only because they are not imported or are termed as exotic. She brings back the essence of eating local fruits and vegetables, home made fried pakoras, ladoos, sweets, achaar and so much more. She always insists on looking at food as a blessing and not some guilt or some calorie sack.