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Finally . . . a real-world guide that will help you navigate
the supermarket and stock up on guilt-free foods, from mealtime
must-haves to snack finds and more! It's Hungry Girl's ultimate resource
for grocery-store survival---a must-own manual that makes shopping for
better-for-you foods easy and fun! Inside you'll find:

* HG
All-Stars and grocery-store standouts!

* Calorie counts and
comparisons for foods in every aisle

* Guilt-free meal ideas and
snack solutions for every craving and situation!

* Easy-to-digest
info about nutrition labels and ingredient lists

* HG's complete
supermarket list with aisle-by-aisle food finds

Hungry Girl's
amazingly comprehensive supermarket guide is your key to guilt-free
shopping, eating, and living!


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Reviews for Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival: Aisle by Aisle, HG-Style!:

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Oct 11, 2011

I was super excited to find this book in the package that was sent to me. I have been receiving the Hungry Girl newsletter emails for awhile now and to finally have one of her books, is amazing! She is a really fun character and she gives great advice as well as great tips and swaps for the food that is good for you and the food that you like.

Who is Hungry Girl?

Hungry Girl is not a nutritionist. She's just hungry.
Lisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) is a New York Times best-selling author and the I was super excited to find this book in the package that was sent to me. I have been receiving the Hungry Girl newsletter emails for awhile now and to finally have one of her books, is amazing! She is a really fun character and she gives great advice as well as great tips and swaps for the food that is good for you and the food that you like.

Who is Hungry Girl?

Hungry Girl is not a nutritionist. She's just hungry.
Lisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) is a New York Times best-selling author and the creator of the Hungry Girl brand. She is the founder of www.hungry-girl.com, the free daily email service that entertains and informs hungry people everywhere. Lisa is a typical woman battling the same food issues most females struggle with every day. She considers herself a “foodologist,” not because she has some kind of fancy degree, but because she is obsessed with food –– how wonderful it is, and how much of it she can eat and still fit into her pants.
More than 1,000,000 fans eagerly wait for Hungry Girl’s recipes, food finds, and tips & tricks each weekday. What started as a daily email to friends and family has turned into a nationwide, multimedia phenomenon! In addition to the million-plus die-hard subscribers to her daily emails, Lisa also reaches millions more with weekly columns on WeightWatchers.com and Yahoo!, regular contributions to Redbook magazine, and recurring appearances on television shows like Rachael Ray and Extra.
Lisa is the author of five best-selling cookbooks. The first Hungry Girl book launched in April of 2008. The second book debuted in the #1 spot on the New York Times Best Sellers list and remained on the list for forty-four weeks. Her third book also debuted at #1 on the Best Sellers list and remained there for three weeks! The latest Hungry Girl book, Hungry Girl 300 Under 300: 300 Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Dishes Under 300 Calories, launched in the number-one spot and stayed on the list for more than a dozen weeks.
Lisa recently wrapped production of season 2 of the Hungry Girl television show, which airs on both Food Network and Cooking Channel. On the show, Lisa whips up recipes, shares tips & tricks in the kitchen, and is out and about helping people navigate the supermarket aisles and survive tricky eating situations.

Most of them say that Hungry Girl is the girl who lost 235lbs by eating junk food. She says that you can lose up to 18lbs a month by doing simple swaps and slimming down some recipes.

I really like Hungry Girl’s newest book, Supermarket Survival, because it is small enough to take with you to the store. The pages are also attractive and colorful so you don’t get bored reading it. It comes with a lot of tips and trends that will help you while shopping for groceries. It goes over every category and basically every aisle by aisle. It also comes complete with recipes and a shopping list at the back.

I would recommend Hungry Girl Supermarket Survival to those who need the extra push and who need to know just what to eat and not to eat. ...more
3

Dec 14, 2011

If you like Hungary Girl, this may be worth checking out. Otherwise, you'll get better guidance from the 'Eat This, Not That' series or other nutrition books. Basically, Lillien dishes on her preferred brands; details how to stock your cart; and includes some of her basic recipes. My main critique is that most of this is 'fake food' - for example, she champions Laughing Cow cheese wedges, which are basically laden with chemicals. She's also a huge fan of artificial sweeteners, which I'm not wild If you like Hungary Girl, this may be worth checking out. Otherwise, you'll get better guidance from the 'Eat This, Not That' series or other nutrition books. Basically, Lillien dishes on her preferred brands; details how to stock your cart; and includes some of her basic recipes. My main critique is that most of this is 'fake food' - for example, she champions Laughing Cow cheese wedges, which are basically laden with chemicals. She's also a huge fan of artificial sweeteners, which I'm not wild about. She does address this concern a little in her opening, and does include produce aisle choices and recipes, but she still pushes the fake food a bit much for my liking.

The book is very well-organized, and contains summaries and cheat sheets in the back for you to take along to the market. A good thing about many of her meal and snack ideas is that they're useful for one person, which is great if you're dining alone. While many of the recipes included here are in her other books, the ones she's included here are the most basic and adaptable. This would be a good intro to the 'Hungary Girl' series for someone that's just starting to shop for themselves, like a college student or person who just got their first place. ...more
5

Dec 11, 2012

There is so much information in this book that no one should make a mistake of paying too much for anything in the grocery store. The author takes you down each isle and lets you know which items are great money savers and which ones are not. Chapters include dairy, cereal, meat and poultry, meat subsititues, produce, canned goods, packaged snacks, bread, frozen items, beverages and many more. The physical size of this book allows readers to conveniently take it along to the store when shopping.

There is so much information in this book that no one should make a mistake of paying too much for anything in the grocery store. The author takes you down each isle and lets you know which items are great money savers and which ones are not. Chapters include dairy, cereal, meat and poultry, meat subsititues, produce, canned goods, packaged snacks, bread, frozen items, beverages and many more. The physical size of this book allows readers to conveniently take it along to the store when shopping.

Paula L. / Marathon County Public Library
Find this book in our library catalog. ...more
3

Jan 31, 2018

This book probably needs a revision since our eating habits change ( from processed to whole foods) and some of these products are no longer avialable. And new products should be in this book. It is good for a basic approach to picking better options at the store.


the best tip is take a low fat string cheese and pulse in food processor and you get between 1/4 and 1/2 cup of cheese.
3

Jan 21, 2012

This book was just OK. There was a lot of information that I already knew about reading labels and making healthier choices. It's cool that it's small enough to throw in your bag and refer to while shopping, but if you read any other books like "Eat This, Not That," you'll already know a lot of the information in this book.
4

Jan 14, 2019

This is a good guide to food shopping for people who are not on special diets. I did learn a lot in some sections, but as I have problems with artificial sweeteners, I am leery of some of the foods she suggests. That is not to denigrate the book's info or the author's knowledge, it is simply to state that many of the options that are lower in fat and/or calories may not be suitable for all people.

The contents are arranged well and the book is sized to carry to the store as you shop.
3

Aug 27, 2019

A popular blogger has made an industry of low calorie food intake through books and her blog. This book focuses on shopping in the marketplace, and she seems to rely a lot on low fat low caloric substitutes rather than healthier foodstuffs without those artificial additives. She does cover each basic food group, however, in terms of properties and nutritive value. Good for someone just starting out living on their own, I think.
4

Dec 08, 2019

Some of the information in this is a little old, but it does contain some good ideas. I think it would be best for those that don't know where to start with eating better.
4

Oct 31, 2011

This book is pretty useful for the calorie-conscious shopper. I've made some recipes from one of the Hungry Girl cookbooks before, so I trust her to give realistic and tasty recommendations for what to buy. She does a few useful things: tells you where in the store some of the things are, gives quick recipe type suggestions, gives lists in the back of the recommended items, and tells things to stay away from.
3

Jan 06, 2014

This is great for someone new to healthy eating - really tells you how to look at food labels and the best things to buy for each item you might get at the store! For me, I was already well versed in reading food labels on my own, so it wasn't very helpful for me.
2

Jan 17, 2012

Information is poorly laid out. Tiny book is difficult to prop open to read with tight binding. Eat This Not That books are much more useful.
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Nov 19, 2011

I'm sure it's a great book, but I quit after 10 pages of the difference between low-fat and fat-free cheeses since I'm just going to eat less of the full-fat cheese anyway.
5

This is a great book for those of you following the Hungry Girl. This book shows you all the brands that are OK to buy at the store to make a great tasting, low calorie/fat meal, snack, breakfast, etc. It even has recipes in it for you! You will not be disappointed!Full Review
4

Its alright really havn't got into it it takes time to go through it but its very helpful.Full Review
4

This is a handy book to have. If you are not sure of what to purchase then use this book.Full Review

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