I had heard about this book for a while, but never really got around to looking at it until recently. There are many versions of it, I liked the first one which had to do mostly with restaurants and this version, which deals with super markets. The whole strategy of the book is to help you lose weight, not by radical diet / radical exercise (like Im doing), but educate you and the types of foods being offered and why some alternatives are much better than others. It gives alternatives to the things you like, helping you save 200-500 calories in a meal, just by getting different things. It would be impossible to try to remember every little detail of what is better than what, however, it will at least teach you if you are eating something wrong, and how you can improve your diet..
2 Quick Facts:
The "most healthy" fast food restaurant, and the only one to get an A+? Chick-Fil-A (No sandwiches on their list exceeded 500 calories. It was the only fast food restaurant that accomplished this.
The "Worst" as in most unhealthy restaurant food you can get in America: "Cheesy Bacon Fries From Outback" a whopping 3000 calories (and that doesnt include the steak/rest of the meal you are getting either!
Eat This Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide: The No-Diet Weight Loss Solution