Podcast Episode 080: Eat What You Love – Marlene Koch
Dec 12, 2017
“You do not have to give up the foods you love for the sake of your health. In fact, trying to do so will only backfire as deprivation creates more cravings, not less. Small changes really can make a big difference. I believe the best, and the easiest, way to better health is simply to cook. A little bit of kitchen “magic” can go a long way!” – Marlene Koch
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Known as a “Magician in the Kitchen” for her amazing ability to make excess sugar, fat and calories simply disappear, Marlene Koch is a nationally recognized registered dietitian nutritionist, culinary expert, television personality, and the New York Times bestselling author of the Eat What You Love series of cookbooks. A frequent guest on national television including QVC, Marlene passionately believes everyone should be able to enjoy all the foods they love, and be healthy too. Or, as Marlene like to say, everyone deserves chocolate cake.
Here are the resources we mentioned on the show:
- Marlene’s website and books
- Marlene on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
- Melissa’s Do M.O.R.E. with Dinner blog posts and podcast episodes
- “What to EAT” notepad that Melissa uses every week
Disclosure: Melissa received a complimentary copy of Eat What You Love for review.
Produced by Team Podcast
Music by Dave Birk
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