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Book Review of Eat the Yolk

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"Eat the Yolks" by Liz Wolfe is a book that challenges many of the commonly-held beliefs about nutrition and offers a more holistic approach to healthy eating. The book is full of practical advice and is written in a humorous and approachable style that makes it easy to read and understand.


Wolfe begins by discussing the history of nutrition and how we've been led astray by various dietary fads and myths. She then delves into the science behind nutrition and explains the benefits of eating a diet that is rich in nutrient-dense, whole foods.


Throughout the book, Wolfe tackles a wide range of topics, from the importance of healthy fats and the dangers of sugar to the benefits of consuming bone broth and fermented foods. She also provides practical advice on how to make healthy choices at the grocery store and in restaurants.


Ultimately, "Eat the Yolks" offers a refreshing perspective on nutrition and encourages readers to embrace a more natural and nourishing approach to eating.

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