Skinny Life: The Secret to Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Fitness by Crystal Dwyer Hansen
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
“The real skinny about how to be naturally thin, fit, and healthy! Are you ready to change the story of your life? Through her Skinny Life® program, life coach Crystal Hansen has been changing lives around the world with the bottom-line truth about weight loss and a healthy lifestyle. It’s not a diet-diets don’t work. It’s not a workout-exercise regimes fall by the wayside. The real key to changing your body-and your life–is changing your mind.”
I was in a used book store the other day and picked up a few cookbooks
I love to cook. I love cookbooks. And right now with trying to get my weight under control, I am on the hunt for cookbooks that will offer me suggestions to make my meal less boring. I realize that this journey is not just about loosing weight, but making a total lifestyle change. But I digress….
As many of you know, I’ve been told by my doc that my blood work shows that I am in the pre-diabetic category. I sort of know what that means, but not really. To me, the word “pre” is just that. Pre… meaning, I’m not there yet. Could get there, or not.
Anyways… as I sat down with these books to find something new to make, I came across a “jackpot” of information about Carbohydrates, Sugar Levels, Insulin, and Pre-Diabetes.
This is all found starting on Page 4 in the “Better homes and Gardens; Biggest Book of Low-Carb Recipes” copyright 2004; Meredith Publishing Company; ISBN: 0-696-22253-1.