There Is No Magic Pill : The Healthy Way to Lose Weight, and Keep It Off for Good
Are you tired of being overweight, or just plain tired? Have you tried diet pills and/or "fad" diets that work in the beginning, or just not at all? Have you tried to diet, but were left feeling hungry and unsatisfied, only to give in to cravings and sabotage yourself? Have you lost weight, only to gain it back again, and then some? Do you wish there was something out there that would really work? Are you ready for a change? Let me introduce you to the eating plan that changed my life. If you are ready for real change, and committed to losing those extra pounds, this plan will help you do just that. This is not, however, a "diet"-it is a lifestyle change. But the way it works is so simple; it uses biology-the way our bodies naturally work-to metabolize the foods you eat, and melt the pounds away. The trick is to eat the right foods, in the right amounts, at the right times of day. Using this plan, my husband and I lost a combined total of almost 100 pounds, and after two years, the weight is still gone! I wrote this book because so many people have asked us, "how did you do it?" I wanted to share this information with as many people as I could, so they could benefit in the ways that we did. What you do with the information is up to you. It's only the rest of your life. What are you waiting for?
- Paperback | 78 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.57mm | 167.83g
- 28 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About R Sue Oleson
R. Sue Oleson hails from the Lone Star State, where she currently resides with her husband; a terrier-mix named "Dexter," a pit-bull named "Hannah" (named for characters from the TV series "Dexter"), and an over-sized tomcat named "Albie" (short for "Alabaster," because her granddaughter couldn't say his name, and called him "Al the bastard"). Living at the gateway to Tornado Alley, both she & her husband are licensed Amateur (HAM) Radio Operators, and are active in local Emergency Management / Storm Spotting for the community. A graduate of NMSU, when not writing, she enjoys her other "career" as a Registered Nurse, working in a forensic, psychiatric facility. She is the author of three Romantic Suspense novels ("The Envelope," "Burn," and "Fatal Desire"). This is her first non-fiction work.