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Reviewer Barbara Watkins: Barbara is an author from Southeast Missouri. She has has two novellas in publication Behind the Red Door and Thorns of an Innocent Soul, and a collection of short stories entitled, Nightmares & Daydreams available to order on-line Barnes & Noble, Amazon and other retailers. For more information you can visit her WEBSITE. 

 
By Barbara Watkins
Published on February 17, 2010
 

Author: Michele May, M.D.

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press

ISBN: 978- 1608320035

 

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“Divorce Cheating Diets – Let Michelle May, M.D. Introduce You To A Lifetime Love Affair With Nutrition”



Author: Michele May, M.D.

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press

ISBN# 978- 1608320035

 

“Divorce Cheating Diets – Let Michelle May, M.D. Introduce You To A Lifetime Love Affair With Nutrition”

 

I love food but it hasn’t always loved me back. When I turned forty my metabolism packed up and moved south, along with several other parts of my anatomy. When the numbers on the weight scale started to climb, I panicked. I bought into every fad diet out there, never succeeding my goal to lose and keep off those extra unwanted pounds and inches. However, after reading Dr. May’s book my eating habits have drastically changed.

 

Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat by Dr. Michelle May, will change your life forever. Through years of research, Dr. May has succeeded in writing a no-nonsense formula that will help you to stop obsessing over food. Dr. May’s approach to weight loss and management is attentive to the fact that most of us overeat when stressed or bored. The book teaches you how to get back in touch with your emotional and spiritual self by learning to use food as nourishment for your mind and body. Dr. May’s eating guide and strategies are effective and empowering.

 

Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat is twenty-five chapters broken down into four designed parts. The following are just a few examples of what you will find. Part 1 is ‘Think’ – techniques that teach it is not about food, it is about mindful eating and taking control over your body. Part 2 is ‘Nourish – techniques teaching you how to rediscover food, the importance of fats in our diet, and clearing carb confusion. Part 3 is ‘Live’ – learning to increase your flexibilities, challenging your body, therefore increasing your strength and stamina. Part 4 is ‘Eat’ – forty-seven nutritional recipes; everything from Rustic grilled pizza, Southwestern stew, Portobello mushroom burgers, to deserts such as, Blueberry peach almond crisp and Bittersweet chocolate soufflés.

 

Michelle May, M.D. is a recovering yo-yo dieter, founder, and CEO of the “Am I Hungry” workshops, in which she has trained over 170 health professionals worldwide to facilitate in their offices and communities. She is the award – winning author of “Am I Hungry? What to Do When Diets Don’t Work.” Michelle is also the author of “H” is for Healthy: Weight Management For Kids. Dr. May is a board – certified family physician with fourteen years of clinical experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Arizona State University. Well respected by her physician colleagues, they elected her to serve as president of the Arizona Academy of Family Physicians.

 

I highly recommend Dr. May’s book Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat to everyone who wants to experience the pleasure of eating the foods you love while maintaining a healthy weight.


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