4 Baby Stepping Skills That Teach People How to Master Their Food Choices and Take Control of Their Eating Habits. Registered Nurse Pens Reader Friendly Informative Book.
New book offers ideas on how people can learn how to master their food choices and take control of their eating habits. The book also discusses grocery shopping skills, types of foods that should be part of the daily diet, and why maintaining a healthy diet can decrease the risk of developing conditions like heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and obesity.
(PRWEB) June 04, 2011
New book offers different ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle by teaching people how to master their food choices. It also teaches grocery shopping skills, baby stepping skills, and tips on preparing healthy foods.
The reader may also find answers to questions they probably had never thought about.
Many prepared foods and fast foods are frequently loaded with saturated fat, sugar and salt, that are all very destructive to our bodies. In her new book, “Sensible Eating: Why You Need to Master Your Food Choices and Take Control”, C. Patricia Leacock-Ballish, RN, not only offers strong medical motivation on how to avoid unhealthy foods, but she also suggests simple ways to make positive diet changes.
With this reader friendly book of 108 pages, “Sensible Eating” addresses food choices psychologically and practically, and then discusses the many dangers of conditions such as obesity and diabetes, and how these two conditions, which are often caused and or worsened by poor food choices, could seriously impact a person’s life and that of their family. This book also discusses types of vitamins and minerals and why it is important to include them in our daily diet.
Leacock-Ballish stresses the importance of not looking for a quick fix, but learning how to make a personal commitment in order to make the change, and by taking baby steps through the process rather than making drastic changes and failing at another diet. She believes that once a person becomes accustomed to these healthy habits, their bodies and minds will then bond together.
It is true that every day people are confronted with many food choices and temptations in different circumstances within their lives, but what “Sensible Eating” does, is that it offers tips and it motivates people to make smart decisions no matter where they are, or no matter the circumstances.
Leacock-Ballish also gives us ten examples of tasty, low fat, low sodium, low calorie recipes that can easily be prepared at home. These recipes also give the reader ideas on how to make their own favorite recipes that will be healthier, yet still delicious.
“Sensible Eating” is a unique book that motivates the reader, it is easy to read, yet loaded with valuable information that can be used as a great resource for many people who are looking for different ways to lose weight and keep it off. This is a small, compact book with lots of useful information, yet it has down-to-earth informative strategies that are easy to follow.
http://www.masteryourfoodchoices.com for information on how to purchase your copy.
Contact: Patricia Ballish ““ (301) 580-0258 ““ patlcl(at)comcast(dot)net
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