Eat Yourself Younger Effortlessly: Award-Winning Cookbook Thwarts Premature Aging with Menu Plan to ‘Eat Yourself Younger’
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Aging is becoming synonymous with health issues, multiple prescription drugs, threats of preexisting conditions, fad diets and giving assurance of 30 days to a new you.
Celia Westberry chose to focus on an eating lifestyle based on anti-aging in her award-winning book – Eat Yourself Younger Effortlessly – the easy way to slow aging, feel great and look good. Celia is a cell biologist who understands the chemistry of human cells and their unique food requirements and she has a penchant for cooking and designing healthy recipes.
Eat Yourself Younger Effortlessly is a cookbook that shows you how to partake of the healing powers of food. Besides fresh food recipes, you get an “eat younger” metabolic stabilizing menu plan with foods known to support a healthy body and avoid premature aging. The recipes are designed to serve a well-balanced, tasty, nutritious meal without counting calories or causing weight problems.
With this optimum health publication, you get an introduction to healthy eating nestled into each recipe. They focus on glycemic load, portion size, and fresh ingredients. Most recipes are designed to serve only one or two persons. The Menu Guide gives you details for full nutritional anti-aging support throughout the day.
There are recipes for breakfast, snacks, soups, salads and dinner that are designed to rev up your metabolic rate, so that you maintain an ideal weight. There are recipes to help you lose weight, “nourish” your brain, boost immunity and balance the pH of your body to avoid cancer.
In this publication there are four sample weekly menus guides to ensure you keep a rhythm of eating that supports wellness as well as successful aging.
Eat Yourself Younger Effortlessly is a book that presents new and different twists to foods you are familiar with and also serves as an introduction to more exotic meals and cuisines. The foods here help to create better energy, and also stave off food-related illnesses and food cravings. And, most recipes can be completed in 30 minutes to 1 hour. Plus there is a glossary to help clarify unfamiliar food terms.
Getting to know the many foods and recipes in the book is meant to be “leisure learning,” an effortless process whereby you leave your old, unhealthy eating ways behind and enjoy newfound cooking habits. Also expect to age well without detrimental illness and in full control of your faculties.
About the author: Celia is a competent personal health and wellness coach. She helps clients open their awareness to the awesome power of food to heal and promote health and wellbeing. Her clients learn to create balance in their eating lifestyle, and feel empowered to accomplish their goals and life intentions. She is the CEO of Westberry Wellness Programs LLC.
For more information, visit http://www.eatyounger.com
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