Have you ever wondered why you don't lose weight on a diet? Is it the diet program itself that is ineffective? Or is it your mindset?
In this fresh, new approach to weight loss, 21 Days to Change Your Body (and Your Life) will show you how to lose weight by changing the way you think about dieting. Be healthier, be happier, and enjoy a better quality life - while eating the foods you love.
Based on the author's own experience with losing more than 80 pounds, Helen M. Ryan shows you how to overcome the mental blocks to weight loss success, how to fit exercise into your busy day, and what you should doing and eating to fit into your "skinny jeans".
Finally, a real book for real people that offers a step-by-step guide that will help you win the weight loss war. It's real, honest, refreshing and engaging.
Are you ready to take back your life and lose weight? Let's begin your future. It starts now.
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I appreciated Helen's human struggle with the problem with weight loss. Her steeled resolve in recapturing her "fighting weight" was a great example of how difficult it can be, easy yet problematic rationalizations, and ultimate determination to change the game and achieve her goal. This has been an inspiration to me.
Would you listen to 21 Days to Change Your Body again? Why?
Yes... This book is filled with awesome tips and by listening to it again; it would be easier to remember them all.
What did you like best about this story?
This book was written by someone who had real struggles with weight lost and stayed true to herself.
What does Teresa Willis bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I was able to listen to the book on my commute to work.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Onward and forward
Any additional comments?
I have read my fair share of diet books in my lifetime and I was sure that this would be another "Miracle" way to lose weight. Well... it was not! This book has nothing to do with miracles; it is all about common sense; about making the right changes in your life. It teaches you that making the right choices when it comes to food and exercise can be hard and that you should not fool yourself to think that this is only a temporary change... this is a life change.
"Your overall goal is to learn to give your body what it needs to be healthy -- not to live by numbers and obsessions. Constantly thinking about food choices, learning better habits, and educating yourself about portion sizes are all a necessary part of learning your new lifestyle but once they are ingrained in you, then you should not have to think about things quite so hard."
Helen Ryan shares her own experience and struggles. She does not hide her failures and is grateful of her successes. Her book was definitely food for thoughts and I already started to apply some of her suggestions. I still have a long way before I get to where I would like to be, but I honestly got a good kick in the butt from reading this book.