Sure, you can cook your own dinner and brown bag your lunch. But you can’t control what’s on offer at the office cafeteria, what Mom’s serving at Thanksgiving, or how much vegetable oil the cooks at Mickey D’s or Olive Garden use.

But now, Eat This, Not That! gives you all the insider info you need to make smart choices, lose weight, and feel great – wherever you eat! Inside this amazing guide, you’ll find:

8 Foods You Should Eat Every Day

20 Foods to Avoid At All Costs

10 Top Swaps – The simplest, smartest, fastest steps you can take to change your body forever!

At Your Favorite Restaurants – A guide to the best and worst meals at 60 fast-food and chain restaurants

Menu Decoder – Strategies for eating right at any restaurant

Restaurant Report Card – Does your favorite restaurant make the grade?

At the Supermarket – The complete Eat This, Not That! grocery list

What to Eat When – The perfect foods for when you’re stressed… tired… in the mood… any occasion!

Eat This, Not That! for Kids

...and much more!



PIZZA HUT doesn’t want you to know that a standard pizza in Italy contains 500 to 800 calories, but the same meal at Pizza Hut can top 2,100 calories! (You’d need to ride a stationary bike for more than three hours to burn off this mistake. Instead, eat all the pizza you want by the making smart choices outlined on page 106.)

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In an age of supersize combo meals, 17 syllable coffee drinks, and 6-inch-long ingredient lists, it’s hard to know what, exactly you’re eating – especially when you’re in a hurry.

But, with Eat This, Not That! on your side, you’ll be able to make the smart choice every time. And, you’ll be able to avoid these flab masters from the Eat This, Not That! list of the all-time worst gut-bombs in the U.S.




#18 Pepperidge Farm Roasted Chicken Pot Pie (whole pie). 1,020 calories / 64 g fat / 86 g carbs

This pie is the worst meal in your supermarket! The label may say this pie serves two, but who ever divided a small pot pie in half? Once you crack the crust, there will be no stopping. Pick a Better Pie: Swansons’ pot pie has just 400 calories. (page 7)


#14 Quizno’s Chicken Carbonara (large). 1,510 calories / 82 g fat / 3, 750 mg sodium / 106 g carbs

A large homemade sandwich would more likely provide about 500 calories. Cut the Calories: Isn’t it obvious? Order a small – or save half for later. (page 9)



#9 Chili’s Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream. 1,600 calories / 78 g fat / 215 g carbs

Would you eat a Big Mac for dessert? How about three? That’s the caloric equivalent of this decadent dish. Clearly, Chili’s cutomers get their money’s worth. Don’t Overdo It: If you want dessert at Chili’s, order one single-serving Sweet Shot; you’ll cap your after-dinner intake at 310 calories. (page 10)


#5 Uno Chicago Grill Chicago Classic Deep Dish Pizza. 2,310 calories / 162 g fat / 123 g carbs / 4,470 mg sodium

Downing this “personal” pizza is equivalent to eating 18 slices of Domino’s Crunchy Thin Crust cheese pizza.

Swap Your Slice: Switch to the Sausage Flatbread Pie and avert deedish disaster by nearly 1,500 calories. (page 12)


Find out what food you should never, ever order – the all time worst food in the U.S.! Plus, discover which take-out temptations give you all the weight without the wait. It’s all inside Eat This, Not That!

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