Love Food and Live Well: Lose Weight, Get Fit, and Taste Life at Its Very Best
Go ahead. Get passionate about the food you eat.
You don’t have to hide it. You can love food and lose weight at the same time! The secret, which you’ll learn about in Love Food and Live Well, is to know when to have carrot cake and when it’s time for just a carrot.
For most dieters, food is the daunting factor that trips up our best intentions to lose weight and get fit.
I love the way Chantel Hobbs writes. She doesn't write as an expert who's learned everything there is to know about diet and exercise and talks down to the reader. She writes as one who's "been there and done that." She is humble and candid about her own personal difficulties about food and weight loss. To ...more
Chantel doesn’t come to us with one more book that will “change your life” with a miracle diet based on giving up a food group. She only succeeded when she recognized her eating problem as a spiritual problem and went to the real life-changer. She gave her weight loss to God.
In the first half, the book ...more
As I am one of those people who struggles with my desire to eat and lose weight this book appealed to me. I had not read Chantel Hobbs book “Never Say Diet” or been familiar with her as a personal trainer, marathon runner, wife and mother of four. She just doesn't tell you how to do it, she has been there and lost 200 pounds and has kept the weight off. She points out the a partnership with God allowing him to take control of your thoughts and eating is important for her plan to work. The first ...more
Want a body image you can live with? If you're ready to commit to your own health, Chantel has a deal for you. Does weight loss have to be painful? On the contrary. Chantel maintains you can indulge in foods you love, but in the context of a balanced perspective.
With engaging style and heart-warming compass ...more
Love Food & Live Well, by Chantel Hobbs, Waterbrook Press, 2010, Hardcover, 240 Pages, ISBN-13: 978-0307457844, $19.99
At this time of year families gather to celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years to prepare hearty traditional meals, give gifts and rejoice in the birth of Christ. The season is a festive happy time, but also a time of food temptations that test any weightwatcher’s self-discipline and resolve. For many the battle is lost before it begins and results in guilt, shattere ...more