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How Not to Eat Ultra-Processed: Your 4-week plan for life-changing healthier eating habits

Written by

Nichola Ludlam-Raine


18 July 2024

How Not to Eat Ultra-Processed: Your 4-week plan for life-changing healthier eating habits

Who’s the author? Nichola Ludlam-Raine is a UK Specialist Registered Dietitian with a passion for promoting easy-to-understand nutrition and diet tips, who started blogging in 2012 as a way to promote healthy eating in an accessible manner.

She has over 100,000 followers across her social media platforms and was voted Best Individual Health Blog in the 2015 UK Blog Awards. She has made numerous TV appearances, including on BBC Breakfast, and her work has been featured in the Mail Online, Sunday Express, The Sun, Women and Home Magazine and Sainsbury’s Magazine, among others.

What’s it about? We all know that we should be eating fewer ultra-processed foods, but this book will show you how to do it.

Over the course of four weeks, each focused on a different meal (snacks and drinks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner), Nichola equips you with the practical ways you can make a huge difference to your diet through small, achievable changes.

Nichola is also here to debunk the myths surrounding ultra-processed foods and provide answers to the most commonly asked questions, to help soothe anxiety around what you eat and enable you to feel confident with what’s on your plate, wherever you are and whatever time of the day.

Inside, you’ll find recipes and a comprehensive list of over 100 processed and ultra-processed foods, ranked according to their nutritional benefits alongside guidance on how often you should eat them. How Not to Eat Ultra-Processed is a must-read for anyone looking to eat healthier and make a real change to their long-term health.

Perfect for: Anyone who’s ever been confused about the wealth of – often conflicting – nutritional information, particularly when it comes to ultra-processed foods.


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