One Product Weight Loss Diet

One Product Weight Loss Diet

by William Anderson


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The one product diet is a simple way of eating basic enough for everyone to understand while powerful enough to hugely transform our lives. It is an uncomplicated guide to unprocessed food where you plan to eat plant-based foods that should start out as one whole ingredient. Today, everywhere in the world kids are overweight or obese along with genuine people. The number of people is dying from diet-related diseases. But when we look at our modern diet, we cannot wonder why. Present food is engineered food with dozens of synthetic chemicals. The fast food meals we are addicted to, are dripping with processed fats.

It was our own journey to remain healthy by avoiding processed food. It is the only option to prevent this problem of obesity and diet-related disease. When food is the problem food can actually also be the solution. We are going to avoid processed food; we should eat nothing but whole foods with just one ingredient. In one simple step, we are dealing with only the natural food that our bodies were initially designed to eat. Here was a simple and rather easy-to-follow program that can aid in truly achieving better health. It also includes going back to a healthy weight with less diet-related disease and a whole lot more energy. You can enjoy the best food of your lives with countless other benefits. The one product diet is an eating plan simple enough for a weight loss diet that starts with whole, real and unprocessed ingredients and combines them into a quick tasty meal.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781976319754
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/21/2017
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.10(d)

About the Author

William Anderson is an award-winning historian and author whose interest in the “Little House” books began in elementary school. Much of his research for this book was conducted on-site at the locales of the Ingalls and Wilder homes. He has been active in the preservation and operation of the Wilder sites in De Smet, South Dakota, and Mansfield, Missouri, and edits the newsletter, Laura Ingalls Wilder Lore.

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