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HIGH POINT, N.C. — She’s famous among moms who want to steer clear of processed foods.

Dozens of moms in the Triad turned out Friday to see Lisa Leake, a well-known blogger from Charlotte, who now has a book that is number two on the New York Times bestseller list.

“There are a lot of other books out there about good eating. Although their recipes may be delicious, they are so overwhelming with foreign ingredients. Have to go to specialty stores to find them,” Amy Lawson, a big fan of Leake’s said.

Leake created “100 Days of Real Food” as a way to share her family’s journey of eating more real food and much less processed food.

Her blog has grown to have more than 4 million page views each month.

Lisa hopes to encourage other moms about more than just food.

“I almost didn’t start the blog, so glad I did. While it pushes me out of my comfort zone, it is so very rewarding, so worth it, in the end,” Leake said.

She visited FOX8 to share her tips about how to make the transition from processed food to real food.