Tired of diet advice that excludes or restricts? Bored by eating plans that don't suit your tastes?
Living Slim: A Canadian Woman's Way offers a joyful and profoundly encouraging approach to weight management.
Filled with stories of maple syrup, Jiggs' Dinner, beets, Banff, and hockey, it's a weight management book like no other.
It delivers concepts that can help anyone live slim and healthy, but also invites readers to use and adapt those concepts in ways that are deliciously personal.
"Growing up in Wolfville, a small university town in the valley, I absorbed this apple culture. I became fixed with the idea that biting into a crisp, beautiful apple was a perfect delight; that a bowl of glossy apples was a visual treat; that the humble Russet apple – humble only in appearance – was a triumph of taste and pleasure." – Living Slim: A Canadian Woman's Way
This is a book that is full of joy. It doesn't just portray the author's love for good food, it invites us into that love. It becomes an experience.