Simple, Everyday Habits for a Lifetime of Leanness
If you feel like you've tried every fad diet in town and you're still carrying extra weight, Lean Habits is your answer. With easy tweaks to everyday decisions, you'll enjoy your meals, have tons more energy and most of all, you'll achieve long-term weight loss success without food restrictions.
Georgie Fear is a registered dietitian and nutrition expert whose specialty is one-on-one coaching to help people lose weight permanently. Lean Habits is her personalized plan. It is not a diet; it's a lifestyle. Other diets that dictate calorie counting or food restrictions simply don't work because they're not sustainable. You lose the weight only to gain it back when you get sick of avoiding all your favorite foods. What does work are small, personalized changes to your lifestyle-like learning to sense when you are truly hungry, and recognizing the signs to stop eating at "just enough"- which lead to healthier eating habits that you practice every day.
Lean Habits will help you understand your relationship with food, your habits that are keeping you from weight loss and how you can start listening to your body's real needs. Simple modifications will be your stepping-stones to a healthy life in which you lose weight while still eating the food you love. Georgie's strategy is founded on rock-solid modern scientific data and is accessible to everyone-even those who love chocolate.
This is the weight loss guide for real people, so, if you're ready to get started on your real-life weight loss journey, take a deep breath and let's get lean!
Georgie Fear is a registered dietitian and professional weight loss coach. Her site, AskGeorgie.com has received over 1.2 million visits. She co-authored Racing Weight Cookbook . Georgie's work has been featured in Outside magazine, Glamour, SELF, Women's Health and many other publications. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.
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