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You don’t need to starve yourself to achieve a healthy weight. Candice Rosen invites you to tap into your own knowledge of how your body works to monitor your sugar levels and discover the sweet spot for your own nutritional needs. Weight comes off and energy spikes to new levels using her method! Forget Dieting! eliminates the guesswork from weight loss and guides readers to improved health by teaching how to gather intel from your individual body to properly Data Fuel. By either using Rosen’s “tune in” technique or a glucometer, one listens to the body’s voice about whether what you just ate was healthy or unhealthy for you. Ultimately, pancreatic health is the essence of the program. Keeping your blood sugar level in check by testing or “tuning in” ninety minutes after you eat a meal or a snack is the key to leaving dieting behind for good. The weight drops off, health improves, sleep deepens, and appearance becomes more vibrant. Dieting and the dieting industry took us to a worldwide obesity epidemic. We overeat and then look for the latest quick fix to shed pounds. We want optimal physical aesthetics, when our chief concern should be how foods affect us on the inside. But food is medicine. When you nourish your body with the appropriate nutrient-dense foods, you effortlessly get the sexy, thinner, and fitter physique you’ve been seeking in vain through diet gimmicks. Forget Dieting! because dieting conjures up transition instead of sustainability. Dieting screams deprivation, sacrifice and vigorous exercise. Lose weight gracefully and shed pounds forever when you follow Candice Rosen’s plan.
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|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Candice P. Rosen, RN, MSW, CHC, is a registered nurse based in Los Angeles, CA. As the founding member of Gilda’s Club Chicago and its first executive director and program director, she created and coordinated a diverse array of wellness-related programs. She was appointed by Mayor Richard Daley to serve as Chair of Healthcare Initiatives for Chicago’s Sister Cities International Program (CSCIP). CSCIP provided an opportunity to advocate for preventive medicine, improve maternal and infant healthcare, stress disability access, promote nourishing diets, and bring awareness to the obesity and diabetes epidemics that now affect populations on a global level. She is married and the mother of four adult children and grandmother to a precious granddaughter.