Changing unhealthy eating habits can be a difficult and intimidating challenge. Many experts in the media today advocate a "scorched earth" approach, with zero tolerance for many foods we've been eating our whole lives. The trouble is that many of us have difficulty succeeding at such a dramatic lifestyle change all at once. Our cravings and addictions can make us miserable and lead to failure.
Diana Marshall understands this well. Not long ago, weight gain, sickness, and pain drove her to change her eating habits, but she had difficulty sticking to the severe dietary restrictions of most plans. A beginner in the kitchen, she found many of the recipes' ingredients were exotic, expensive, and hard to find. That's when she started experimenting with ordinary food and set out to create innovative recipes and cooking methods that allowed her to ease into a new lifestyle. The result? She lost weight, improved many of her medical conditions, and is now happier with her appearance, state of mind, and overall health than she has been for over twenty years.
No Pasta? Are You Kidding Me?!?! is Marshall's personal journey in getting healthier with food. Created by a beginner for beginners, this easy-to-understand guide features sound, achievable advice, tons of practical tips, as well as a bounty of uncomplicated, tasty, and often portable recipes that can work for anyone!
|Publisher:||Buy The Book Publishing Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)|
About the Author
Diana Marshall is a first-time author who was inspired to write No Pasta? Are You Kidding Me?!?! from her own personal experiences of using food and simple cooking to battle her way back to better health.
At the peak of her career as an Appellate Administrative Law Judge, she was forced to retire after an attack of transverse myelitis, a severe neurological disorder. As she worked to manage her disabilities, she began a personal odyssey, living in Mexico for three years and later traveling around the country with her Welsh Corgi, Stanley. Marshall eventually settled in the Carolinas, living in Asheville and St. Helena's Island. A transplanted California girl, Diana now enjoys living in and exploring the natural beauty of the Southeast.