Let’s drop the diet gossip...and go back to the beginning.
Has a friend ever told you that you’re only supposed to eat 1,200 calories per day? Did you once read that your favorite celeb got killer abs from doing hours of cardio? Have you heard that eating fat will make you fat? Well, I’ll let you in on a little secret: those ideas are complete nonsense!
If you want to get in great shape, have flawless skin, and radiate genuine happiness, you need to go beyond outrageous magazine headlines and truly understand the correct approach to eating, exercising, sleeping, and managing the hectic pace of modern life. Paleo Girl will help you transform your health—the right way—by adapting the lifestyle behaviors of our strong, smart, and healthy hunter-gatherer ancestors.
Paleo Girl features an easy to follow Primal fitness guide; advice on getting ample sun, sleep, and play; tips for navigating physical maturation; pointers to amp up your motivation; and teen-friendly DIY recipes and beauty products!
|Publisher:||Primal Nutrition, Inc.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||25 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
|Age Range:||10 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Leslie Klenke is an author, designer, health enthusiast, and voiceover artist living in beautiful Los Angeles, California. Originally from Dayton, Ohio, she graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Visual Communication Technology and a minor in Entrepreneurship. Leslie merges her love for art and health with her first book Paleo Girl, which she proudly wrote, photographed, and designed. She shares her passion for “good food and a healthy life” on her popular Instagram: @LeslieKlenke. Leslie is happily married to her best friend, AJ Wilson, and the proud owner of two goofy Boston Terriers, Olie and Harlow.
For more information on Leslie and her various projects, visit leslieklenke.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a great book not only for teen girls but for fathers. I learned alot about what's going through a young girl's mind and body during the teenage years and it has given me some good insights to be a more helpful parent. I think it's a great gift idea but I also think parents should read the entire thing themselves. The success stories from real life girls is a great element of the book. It's a big help to realize that these girls changed their lives implementing the primal priniciples described in the book. The author also writes quite a bit about her own experiences and struggles. This makes her words more meaningful than having it come from some perfect sounding author who just dispenses advice without being vulnerable. I was particularly taken by the author's account of her yo-yo dieting struggles, and how she finally was able to experience peace and happiness from accepting her body, eating and exercising in a healthy manner, and pursuing the goals of being happy and having fun instead of trying to reach for artificial or superficial success standards. I think girls as young or 12 or 13 will be able to grasp much of the material in the book, and of course girls in the older teen years might really benefit from this fun and sensible discussion of healthy living.