"Eat Out, Eat Well is an in-depth guide to enjoying healthy meals at restaurants - no, that doesn't necessarily have to be a contradiction in terms! Chapters include tips and strategies for gluten-free restaurant dining, portion control suggestions, suggestions to help children eat healthier food, information about the best and worst menu options at different types of restaurants, and much more. Advice specific to different regional cuisines (such as the menus of Japanese restaurants, or Middle Eastern restaurants) makes Eat Out, Eat Well especially valuable for health-conscious gourmets! Highly recommended for both personal and public library health and nutrition shelves."
—The Midwest Book Review: Library Bookwatch: April 2015 - The Health/Medicine Shelf
“Hope has created the ultimate guide to taking the 'need to know' about healthy eating with diabetes and applying it to every eating out scenario possible!”
—Carlene Thomas, RDN, via amazon.com
"Hope has written an easy to read, comprehensive book on eating out with diabetes. As an RD…this is a valuable resource…The book is well organized, and Hope gives easy, practical tips for choosing healthy…and delicious foods for many types of restaurants..."
—Carol Brunzell, RDN, CDE, University of Minnesota Medical Center
"Hope Warshaw shows you how to eat out guilt-free…"
—from the Chicago Tribune
"Eat Out, Eat Right is the next-best thing to dining with a nutritionist."
—from Cooking Light Magazine
"Eat Out, Eat Right is loaded with strategies and tips to healthfully guide you through nearly every popular dining option from Middle Eastern and Indian restaurants to fast food and fine dining, with special sections on beverages."
—Diane Welland, MS, RD, from Environmental Nutrition
“Eat Out, Eat Right is pint-sized and packed with information… It is clear that Ms. Warshaw has put her heart and soul into this book; she really wants to help people enjoy dining out and eating healthy at the same time. Great book!”
—Charlene Geary, Perfect Fit Nutrition, LLC, via amazon.com
“I consider Guide to Healthy Restaurant Eating to be a completely indispensible resource for a diabetic… #1 for just browsing through some of the restaurants and menu items to give you an idea about nutritional information in general; #2 just pop in your suitcase or in your car when you travel.”
—GameMaker, via amazon.com
“Even though fast food gets a bad rap, there are ways of eating healthier when having to eat out and Guide to Healthy Restaurant Eating shows you how… I don't eat out without it.”
—MomDoll “diabetes patient”, via amazon.com