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Unjunk Your Junk Food With This Book (We’re Giving It Away!)


This book will help you make healthier swaps when you choose to splurge.

I think we can all agree that junk food is no bueno. It’s obviously best to get most of your calories from the most nutritious sources possible, like yummy fruits and veggies and lean proteins. But … what about the times you really want a candy bar? Or nothing is going to cure your Oreo craving except for the real deal? If you’d like to find the best substitutions for your favorite junk food cravings, Unjunk Your Junk Food is the book for you.

The creators of NaturallySavvy.com put together a book of healthier alternatives to conventional snacks. So if you’re looking to cut down on the junk — the artificial ingredients — yet still splurge, this book helps you do just that. It’s got some basic but helpful nutritional information, like a list of the worst ingredients to look for. But the bulk of the book is made up of healthier swaps for unhealthy foods. You pick your poison, and this book will tell you a healthier swap. Chapters are broken down by category, so you can flip to the chapter to suit your craving, whether it’s chocolate, ice cream, cookies, candy and even soda. So if you regularly nosh on Nutter Butters, Fudgsicles or Doritos, you’ll know to instead choose Back to Nature’s Peanut Butter Creme Cookies, Jala Chocolate Fudge Ice Cream Bars or Garden of Eatin’ Organic Nacho Cheese chips.

It won’t be a book you read over and over for fun, but if you’re a junk food addict trying to take a step in a healthier direction, check it out! Or better yet, comment below for a chance to win! We’ll pick a random winner in about a week; U.S. residents only, please.

Do you go for the healthier junk food options, or do you go for the big brand you’ve always known and loved? —Erin

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