Loving Yourself to Great Health

The holidays are here, and we’re (gorging) eating what we want. Come January 1st our main resolution is to lose weight, again! The word ‘diet’ kind of has a bad vibe attached to it. To many, it means deprivation and a boring meal plan. Others think cutting back on mac and cheese, donuts, and high-fat foods is a diet. But dieting means more than losing weight; it means eating healthy and satisfying foods that have a positive effect on our bodies. It means loving yourself to make lasting and effective changes. Finding a program that resonates with you will make all the difference.

There are literally thousands of diet programs, workouts, and books flooding the market with the latest fads. Each promise to get us into shape in record time. The problem is, these programs are not gratifying, and most people gain their weight right back. Eating consciously and healthy is going to have lasting power, and my newest book, Loving Yourself to Great Health, Thoughts & Food ~ The Ultimate Diet, taps into the secrets of an effective diet.


  1. Create a New Perspective on Health
  2. Love Yourself & Your Body – Food, Weight Loss, Dis-ease, and More
  3. Know How Your Body Really Works – the Foundation for Health
  4. Listen to Your Body – a Powerful yet Little Known Health Secret
  5. Emphasize Food & Thoughts That Heal Your Body and Mind
  6. Empower Your Health – Home Remedies
  7. The Road Map for Your Best Health

This enlightened book goes beyond food when it comes to creating a healthy body. Our thoughts have a huge impact on how we react to food, the kind of foods we eat, and how much. This book offers a health plan that’s supercharged with the effectiveness of affirmations. Together they’ll bring your body back into alignment with your mind and discover what nutrition really means. You’ll learn how to cut through the confusion about which diets really work, listen to what your body is telling you, and uncover techniques for longevity, vitality, good moods, deep intuition, and for meeting your body’s unique healing needs at all stages of life.

The end of each chapter has affirmations and action steps that put you in the mindset of changing your health, your thoughts, and thus your body. Part II of this book has delicious and healthy recipes that are easy to make, taste good, and satisfy our nutritional needs. I enjoyed the Thyroid-Boosting Veggie Mash, it’s scrumptious and helps our endocrine system. It offers healthy meals, snacks, and dessert suggestions. There’s also a Master Shopping list of no-nos to avoid; the list is quite extensive and surprising. Importantly, there’s a Yes-Yes shopping list that makes it easy to surf through products that will only nourish your body.

If you’re tired of endless dieting and want to balance your mind, body, and spirit, then this book may be the answer. The premise of the books is to love yourself enough to fill your body with good food and your mind with good thoughts and actions. It’s full of wisdom and practical solutions, and I love it.

Disclaimer: I received products to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.