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Rachel L. Pires

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Rachel L. Pires grew up in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. She graduated from Boston University and wrote Diet Enlightenment (April 2014). Rachel is a writer, a weight loss advisor, and a new mother. She is also a dancer, a certified advanced PADI scuba diver, and a 2nd degree black belt in Taekwondo.

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Diet Enlightenment

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Diet Enlightenment by Rachel L. Pires
"(Side Note: I received an advanced copy of this book) As a person who has tried every fad diet under the sun- low carb, juice cleanse, paleo, etc.- This is the one that actually seemed the easiest to follow and produced the best results. In fact,..." Read more of this review »
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“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. -- Buddhist Proverb. As an enlightened dieter, the next part to mastering weight loss is the art of choosing what you eat. While it is true that you can lose weight eating whatever you want as long as you stick to your calorie budget, you’ll come to find that how you choose to spend those calories will make all the difference. In the last chapter, we discussed how budgeting your calories is similar to budgeting your finances. This same kind of concept also applies when it comes to getting more bang for your buck or for your calorie. In fact, there is an entire art to choosing what you eat that can make weight loss significantly easier. While most dieters are complaining about being hungry, following uninspiring meal plans, or having to rely on willpower -- you can have more food than you’ll know what to do with. The bottom line is that you do need to consume fewer calories to lose weight, but you don’t need to suffer while doing so.”
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