The authors suggest using the EATALL(TM) way will help wean your kids from junk food if you let them choose their own snacks. Why didn’t I think of this before? Because given their own freewill of what to eat, what sane child would choose potato chips over nut paté?
It wasn’t until I reached the end of the book that I realized what the authors meant when stating that the EATALL(TM) way is not a diet. While Warburg has studied molecular biology, his passion seems to be intellectual property law. He dedicates nearly a full page to the proper use of the term EATALL(TM), explaining in more detail and clarity how to use the EATALL(TM) phrase, than how to use the EATALL(TM) plan. This probably explains why I am so angered by this book. With 350+ references to the EATALL(TM) way, it reads like a marketing tool to brand the EATALL(TM) way into our brains. It’s all about coining a phrase to cash in.
EATALL(TM) seems to say it is the BE ALL and END ALL to the serious epidemic of obesity and excess weight in our society and once the EATALL(TM) way consumes our collective consciousness, it will be licensed to Mr. Christie and General Mills to be repackaged in 100-calorie allotments of satisfying snack-packs of crackers and nutty butters.
If you are looking for a serious solution to the problem of excess weight and obesity, Snack Yourself Slim is simply a joke. But if you just want to snack yourself silly, I promise it will BEATALL. No pun intended.