This is the true story of how an overweight middle age woman, who felt so fat and unglamorous no longer wanted to leave the house. How she found the strength and motivation to do something about her situation and how it transformed her life.
I know that ideas and methods in this book work because the woman I’m talking about is me.
I was inspired to write this book because after years of being unhappy with the way I looked and my escalating weight. I finally found the courage and motivation to do something about it; I want to share the process that I used with you because if I can do it then so can you.
By applying the tools in this book to my everyday life, I have already dropped 35 pounds of fat from my body and have kept it off for over 2 years without any real effort. I now understand that I don’t have to be hungry or go without to be slim and healthy. Exercising has become a joy that I look forward to doing most days because I cherish the ‘me time’ and actually miss it, if for any reason I can’t do it.
This is not a diet book, it doesn’t give step-by-step instructions on how to drop a dress size, lose weight or layout rigorous workout plans, although I do go into some depth on these subjects and I give examples of low-impact achievable exercises that you will be able to do. The book isn’t full of diet recipes because if you follow the guidance in here you won’t need them; this book is about balance not denial. I do give you one recipe for a thick, filling and nutritious soup that you can eat at anytime and my family loves it.
This book will help you take control of your weight; give you the strength and motivation to carry on with the suggestions in it, without joining a gym or eating expensive specialist diet food and drinks.
I give to you proven hints and tips that I used to get and stay fit and healthy. It’s a common sense guide and everyone should already be following it but we’re not. So if for no other reason than confirming what you already know or a memory jogger I urge you to give this a go.
Click the ‘Look inside pages,’ You have nothing to lose but weight.