Dina Zain Smith Announces Her Latest Book: "The Asian Diet Revolution"

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Accomplished Asian-Fusion chef Dina Zain Smith has just released her newest book - The Asian Diet Revolution. Diet, Nutrition and CookBook All Rolled Into One

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As Dina explains: “It’s truly a shame so many people are actually harming their health every time they sit down to eat. With just a little bit of knowledge and planning, losing weight and staying healthy is not only possible – but easy.”

Accomplished Asian-Fusion chef Dina Zain Smith has just released her newest book - The Asian Diet Revolution.

Now while it may look like diet books are seemingly flooding the bookstores, Dina has upped the bar when it comes to advice on losing weight - and keeping it off.

This is no fad, flash in the pan weight loss manual. The Asian Diet Revolution combines 4,000 years of traditional Asian cooking with leading edge nutritional information.

Dina’s book isn’t afraid to ruffle feathers either when it comes to the typical westerner’s kitchen, cuisine and food supply.

Exhaustively covering such areas as what's wrong with the modern way of farming, and the adulteration of almost everything we’re now putting into our bodies, The Asian Diet Revolution is both a hard hitting exposé of many truly awful but common food items found in our pantries and on our tables, as well as a guide for sensible, health improving eating.

As Dina explains: “It’s truly a shame so many people are actually harming their health every time they sit down to eat. With just a little bit of knowledge and planning, losing weight and staying healthy is not only possible – but easy.”

Dina’s book claims it will only take 60 days of following her dietary advice before noticeable effects are felt and seen – especially around a person’s waist.

She notes that “by following the recommendations in my book, weight loss is almost a bonus result of intelligent eating. In fact, no where do I even mention counting calories or minutely weighing portions. Who wants to be chained to a food calculator and scale?”

With such advice as the “Chinese 5 Color Principle” - nature’s color code for balanced nutrition – Dina’s book literally covers everything from soup to nuts. She shows how anyone can create tasty, home cooked meals while getting a full complement of all the essential vitamins and nutrients needed for optimal health.

The Asian Diet Revolution also has an extensive list of foods to be avoided at all costs – the so called GMO (Genetically Modified) “Frankenfoods.”

“I consider GMO’s to be anti-foods,” Dina states. “They destroy health, not improve it. If there’s just one thing you take away from reading my book, then this list of GMO items being sold in almost every supermarket is a must have.”

To find out more about Dina and the Asian Diet Revolution, please visit her website at: AsianDietRevolution.com

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