A Simple Guide to Eating Well
Years ago I embarked on a journey to health and fitness, It all started with an obsession with getting a great body. Ultimately though it left me in search of Health and Happiness. And gave me knowledge I would like to share…….
I wanted to look like what we see on the covers of Men’s Health. Little did I know I was in search of something elusive or temporary at best. I did achieve a “cover model” body at one point but only at the expense of my health and sanity, making me obsessive with food and trying to hyper vigilant and careful with my lifestyle to maintain this state that my body simply did not want to be at.
With time my perspective changed and I become more focused on health and well-being rather than being “ripped” or really really lean, I have found out it is only a few of us who can maintain this type of shape year around without negative health consequence. I myself have experimented with many diets most at the expense of my health:
- Eat Less, Move More
- Standard Food Pyramid Diet
- Calorie Restriction
- Paleo Diets
- Low Carb
- Bodybuilder style high protein low fat diets
- Eating at regular intervals
- Intermittent Fasting
- Raw Foods/High Fruit
- Gluten and Dairy Free
This has been coupled with extensive reading on the subject of health and fitness in my own time, it is something I love to do and I often spend my free time in book shops browsing the health section. My main findings and realising how important what you eat can be came at a low point in my health. And ultimately I have realised “We cannot take more than we give” with anything in life especially our bodies.
I wrote “A simple guide to eating well” as there is so much information on diet and health on the internet and in books. This can cause a real information overload, further confusing us on the topic of Health and Fitness. Ultimately we all want to be healthy, it is hard wired within us as an inherent desire. Sadly too many people get caught up with getting healthy and they forget to live or their new healthy lifestyle gets in the way of them living life. This e-book is a guide to becoming healthy, feeling good and being at peace with food, rather than a quick fix to weight loss. It is a simple and natural guide that can help you and people you want to share it with find health and freedom.
This book is for all the people who have struggled with their relationship with food, struggled with their weight, burnt themselves out with dieting or are just plain confused by nutritional advice these days. I believe that I have taken the best of what current information has to offer simplifying things and singling out the factors that are causing obesity and weight gain in todays society.
It is a guide to a path that seems to work. It has led me to living a much healthier happier life while allowing me to be full of energy and maintain a healthy lean body. Not to mention working wonders for people I have worked with. All this coming from a Personal Trainer who is currently training to become a Naturopath.
You Will Learn:
- To Live Without Dieting
- About a Relaxed attitude to Food
- The Problem With Our Approach to Food
- About the Basic Food Groups
- Layout a Perfect Meal
- About the Two Health Destroyers
- Tips for Healthy Eating in Restaurants
- What to Drink
- Tips on Snacking
- How Stress affects Cravings and Eating
- Which Supplements are worth your while
- Organic Buying tips
- How to Individualise your diet
- How optimising your diet leads to a leaner, more muscular body
- Much much more…..
The Book contains over 40 pages and is nearly 15,000 words plus two Mindmaps. I tried to keep the layout relatively simple and in a format that you can print and pass on to friends and family. Click here for your FREE preview of the book.
How to Purchase?
Simply Click Below. I have started selling “A Simple Guide to Eating Well” at $10 which I think is a great price considering the time and effort that has gone into this e-book, plus the value you will get from the book…..
What People Have been Saying.
Just wanted to give you an update on my progress….I have lost close to 25 lbs in 6 weeks!!! Thank you for the great publication! I will keep you posted on future weight loss. I can’t tell you how much weight yet I have still to lose, because I am going to let my body decide what goal weight it wants to be at. I am eating clean, healthy, organic (within 100 miles if I can!) non processed food and I figure the process is the journey – the weight loss is the gift!