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Real Food Liz/Liz Wolfe is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC My book, Eat the Yolks, is a Wall Street Journal AND an Amazon. Eat the Yolks has ratings and reviews. Rebecca said: There’s a lot to like in this book. Wolfe is funny and engaging and she is very readable. Amazon UK Barnes & Noble Indie Bound. Home. EatTheYolks · look inside. Copyright © Liz Wolfe, NTP & Eat The Yolks. Website by BrightCoconut.

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A well written and easy to read book. If I was going to recommend one book for someone interested in the lifestyle to start with it would be this one. Wolfe, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is passionate about discovering the truth about food and educating her audience. Books by Liz Wolfe.

This book clears that up for me and you will be surprised. I have to go get your book now!

Introducing Eat the Yolks!

I’m going to read it again and take thorough notes just tye it’s chock full of credible and helpful information.

Or they admonish an unsuspecting populace to avoid ingredients that are good for them. Would like to know where she got some of the ideas that is, footnotes would have been nicethough appreciate Enjoyed it. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Liz Wolfe provides a cogent primer on why Paleo is the way to go.

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The chapter on nutrients was informative. Mar 03, Suzanne Barrett rated it it was amazing. That being said, this is a common problem for almost all nutritional books whether they are paleo, vegan, ketogenic, etc. The science makes sense to me. I also found Chapter 4 on nutrients to be well written, and it has some important rebuttals in there on the dangers of salt and vitamin A.


I thought the author wrote a clear and concise book that was dotted with corny jokes, but they were endearing, and sometimes funny. It’s nice that I now have a resource to refer people to that compliments that ideal. By clicking ‘Sign me up’ I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the privacy policy and terms of use.

Introducing Eat the Yolks! – Real Food Liz

May 11, Rebecca rated it really liked it. It’s okay to eat the yolks!

I did not find this book to be compelling. If you’ve ever listened to Balanced bites then you know Liz is cuter than a slice of paleofied pie.

I just really need to highlight the whole book. Many times, it was the perfect cure for my insomnia.

Eat the Yolks

In Eat the Yolks, Liz Wolfe dismantles today’s myths about fat, protein, carbs, calories and nutrients to finds the truths—truths like: Wolfe is funny and engaging and she is very readable. Jun 15, Dan rated it liked it. Realistically speaking, we can’t all move to Kansas like ext did and grow and raise ALL of our food. Doctors aren’t really taught nutrition in school. Well done for writing about health myths and dogma about the food we choose to eat, plus your fun approach is especially refreshing!


Instead, what I got was a poorly written and infantile book. Whole grains aren’t healthy.

May 23, Antonia rated it liked it Shelves: Nov 05, Megan rated it it was amazing. I am now in search of the truth about the food we eat and taking all that I learn to redirect my approach to eating and living.

The author is sassy, which makes the book entertaining. Firstly, I have to state that I am extremely fortunate to live in a third world country where the processed foods so abundantly found sat countries like America, took a lot longer to reach our shores.

Apr 28, Stacy rated it liked it. I learned so much about the science behind it and why I feel like I’ve been scammed by the government that was paid by corporate interests and what schools teach you about nutrition.

Similarly, she spent some time rightly criticizing the major players in the low-fat movement for confusing correlation with causation, but then on multiple occasions uses that argument to champion a Paleo or real food lifestyle, which undermines her argument. What a wonderful source of information about eating real food! Get rid of the junk and fake foods, but keep what has been found in nature. Now all of the info is sort of old news