Which Book Would You Buy?

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“I blew my diet! Now what?”

Have you ever repulsively made a retort similar to that after you mindlessly polished off yet another bag of processed potato chips, a large bucket of movie popcorn, or an enormous slice of chocolate cake?

At last, it’s time for my big reveal.

Five-plus years ago, after losing my Mom, I blew my healthy diet, did lots of Heartbreak Bingeing™ (as I call it) of carbage (carb garbage), gained 21 pounds, and got horribly ashamed. After all, I’m the Sugar-Free Queen.

But my “failure” made me realize that I’m not alone. Then it lit a fire under me, because the more I researched and the more I talked with others, who’d stopped eating healthy, the more I realized that every day, millions of you blow your diets, too.

So for the past five-plus years, I’ve been doing research, writing, and slimming down.

Now I’m making plans to release my next book, I blew my diet! Now what?

I’ll share more about the book later, but now, I’d love your input. You see, to serve you well, I need your opinion.

Which book would you buy?

  • Would you buy Book # 1 with the crumpled napkin?
  • Or would you buy Book # 2 with the cleaned-off plate?

Click here to vote now.

          

Stay tuned to learn the results.

 

Is Diet a Dirty Word?

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Is Diet a Dirty Word? What do you think?

Let’s face it. In certain circles these days, people steer clear of the word “diet,” because it’s deemed politically incorrect. More important, it may mean deprivation, restriction, frustration, difficulty or even struggle.

Here’s the catch. What other word should I use to convey that you’re cleaning up your eating, mindfully consuming the best, healthiest,  nutritious, real foods into your mouth? Sure, you’re eating less, but you’re still going to feel full.

Is it wrong to use the word diet?

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