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Team-Chefs
August 16th, 2006, 01:32 AM
"Losing Weight Without Starving Yourself"
by Jake Fredericks

In This eBook, You’ll Learn How To Lose Weight And Not Feel Hungry! It's An Easy Step-By-Step System That Enables You To Feel Good About Loosing Weight As Well As Feeling Good Because Your Stomach Is Full!...

Inside is a wealth of information about losing weight and still eating foods you'll love. What can you find?

- Information about metabolism and why it controls your weight loss
- Putting yourself into the right mindset to lose weight
- What foods you can eat
- What foods you CAN’T eat
- How to shop for the right foods
- And much, much more!

Plus get a free surprise bonus ebook... For details, go to:

http://www.recipesecrets.net/ebookofthemonth/weightloss.html

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Kitchen Witch
August 16th, 2006, 05:22 PM
Hi Ron - I want to thank you for this month's reading selection.

It's funny that this was the book chosen. On the morning news they were talking about obesity in babies, toddlers and the effects it has on our bodies. I fully agree that it is an epidemic.

There are so many people that have gone from diet to diet (Jenny Craig to Weight Watchers, to Adkins, etc.) with no results. I really shouldn't say that because they do lose weight but they gain it back along with a few more pounds. And the word DIET alone turns off so many people. It shouldn't because no matter how much you weigh and what you eat it is your "diet". We hear the word diet and we automatically think of overweight people trying to starve off the weight. Perfectly fit and healthy people eat a "diet" of healthier foods.

I wonder when we will smarten up and realize that all the money paid out to fat farms, diet workshops, diet groups, etc. could be money in our pockets if we would only learn to eat foods prepared in a healthier manner and watch our portions! We've become a society of fast-food addicts. Just grab something through the drive-thru to hold you over. And when we notice the weight is creeping up and the clothes are getting tight, we still visit these fast food places and try to eat healthier by ordering a salad with a burger instead of fries with a burger. Instead of ordering fries we may reach to "taste" one or two (if we can stop there) from whoever we are eating with. And we are always in such a hurry with everything and not enough time in a day which causes us to rush through everything, including our meals, and we eat fast. I've said it before - eat S-L-O-W-L-Y and you will see some wonderful results!!! Remember what Grandma always said - "CHEW YOUR FOOD" - try it - you'll be pleasantly surprised.

This book was very well written- very sensible! It is well worth the price and by following the guidelines in this e-book, you can become very successful at dieting and eating healthier. I like the fact that it does not require anything that requires an expense - just your food choices and you would be buying food anyway! It gives a good sample of calorie counts for certain foods and the recipes that are very sensible.

I am not sure if I am allowed to post this and if it needs to be deleted I understand - but there is a book that I have - if I can remember the author - I think it's Corrine Netzger (I could be wrong - but stupid me loaned it out and I have not gotten it back yet!!) and it gives complete listings of foods, fresh, pre-packaged, frozen, restaurants, fast food places, etc. with portion sizes, calories, fat, carbohydrates, sodium, etc. And it is very interesting. This e-book and that book of counts is all you could ever need.

This is not an e-book for just those who want to lose weight - it is also informative regarding eating properly and what your body needs to survive!

Thank you for this one Ron!

Kitchen Witch
August 16th, 2006, 07:22 PM
The bonus e-book on meditation was very interesting. It's too bad I didn't have this 30 years ago when I could pretzel my body with no problems.

I have been thinking about starting a yoga routine - slow and easy at my own pace and now this will give me the opportunity to do it in the privacy of my home (so that no one can see me make a fool of myself!) and I can slowly progress to where I can then join a yoga class.

The meditation and breathing are extremely helpful in yoga.

I'll keep you posted on my (slow) progress in the yoga department!!

kyragee
August 16th, 2006, 11:02 PM
yoga has changed my life for the better - no doubt

Team-Chefs
August 17th, 2006, 10:26 AM
Please elaborate on how Yoga has changed your life.

Kitchen Witch
August 17th, 2006, 07:47 PM
kyragee - I know that I have questions about yoga. Tell me what worked for you and possibly how long it took you to accomplish some of the poses; also, what were any challenges that you had when you started? I would really like to know. Would you be interested in sharing with us your views and any tips that could help beginners attempting it? I know it would be appreciated! Thank you.

KW

michstev@aol.com
August 19th, 2006, 03:55 PM
I tried to order your cookbook, but I was not successfull.

Kitchen Witch
August 19th, 2006, 05:29 PM
I had trouble the first time with this one too - I shut down and re-booted. Then I had no trouble at all!!

dollytoo2
September 7th, 2006, 09:30 AM
It said I had bought the book and paid for it but I never received an address to download it. Now what? rekar99@msn.com

Tannie
September 7th, 2006, 02:52 PM
Ok I was asked to post so I am posting:
I really like this website and enjoy the recipes and the cooking tips.
I am a housewife with no kids and I am new to the USA and don't know a lot of people. I appreciate getting emails from Ron because they are so personal and don't make me 'feel' as though I am part of a mass mailing. (even though that may be so) but he does a great job. I have a weight problem and I am forever looking through the recipes for cooking ideas. Although I find a lot of the posts helpful, what is frustrating is when I start reading a thread about someone who has some great advice about losing weight or healthy eating, towards the end of all the reading I find that if I want to know more I have to buy their book or whatever. That is why I never return to the forums or post anything. This is a great place for recipes, and sharing them, I'm a new housewide so I don't have any to share right now, but when and if I do, I will :)
PS Thanks for the emails Ron, I read and enjoy them all!
Tannie

Team-Chefs
September 7th, 2006, 03:04 PM
It said I had bought the book and paid for it but I never received an address to download it. Now what? rekar99@msn.com

After you pay there is a link that says "Click here to continue" that takes you to the download page.

Email customer support and they'll check your purchase and give you the download page address. Email support @ recipesecrets.net

Team-Chefs
September 7th, 2006, 03:41 PM
Ok I was asked to post so I am posting:
I really like this website and enjoy the recipes and the cooking tips.
I am a housewife with no kids and I am new to the USA and don't know a lot of people. I appreciate getting emails from Ron because they are so personal and don't make me 'feel' as though I am part of a mass mailing. (even though that may be so) but he does a great job. I have a weight problem and I am forever looking through the recipes for cooking ideas. Although I find a lot of the posts helpful, what is frustrating is when I start reading a thread about someone who has some great advice about losing weight or healthy eating, towards the end of all the reading I find that if I want to know more I have to buy their book or whatever. That is why I never return to the forums or post anything. This is a great place for recipes, and sharing them, I'm a new housewide so I don't have any to share right now, but when and if I do, I will :)
PS Thanks for the emails Ron, I read and enjoy them all!
Tannie


Thanks for your kind words Tannie. We look forward to future posts from you.

There are also plenty of things to talk about on the forum besides just recipes. Surf around a bit in some of the other categories and you'll see what I mean.

Best Regards,

Ron

Smith 18
March 20th, 2011, 08:23 AM
You Can Lose your weight by applying these things on own:
- Yoga
- Morning Walk
- Banana Diet

almonds
April 30th, 2011, 02:07 AM
Losing weight can be fun....keeping lost weight off isn't, that's work.

I've found, after losing more than 100 pounds 4 years ago ON MY OWN, but regaining 20 of them which is still a good weight for me (size medium, sometimes small) that losing weight meant 2 things:

EAT THE BASIC FOOD GROUPS. I'm a quantity eater, many are, so I just found many fruits & veggies I liked that I could eat in large quantities, for few calories, to supplement my meals. I ate 3 times a day. No snacks. Kitchen closed: mouth closed. I know some say small meals several times a day OR 3 meals & 2 snacks....just didn't work for me. Once I opened my mouth, snacking never stopped. I also never eat ANYTHING standing up. If I'm tempted to take even a taste of something I make myself grab a plate & sit down at the table. That's way more work than it's worth so has saved me. If I'm not sure about seasonings in something, my husband is the taster & he just lets me know what to add.

MOVE: Take a walk, walk the dog, shovel snow, play in the garden. Just do SOMETHING. Use your hand to turn off the TV.

Skip the fad diets, you'll never be able to stay on them for life. Eat real, use healthy substitutions. Ex: squirts of fresh lemon on a baked potato rather than butter & sour cream, amazing how you really taste that potato. Dieting is really a case of mind over matter. Just remember..."You already know how something tastes, you remember it from another time....why pass it over your tongue again, 2 min. later it will be a memory again."...along with many hundred extra calories).

I've held at a steady weight now. If I see something I want to eat I ask myself, "What is the best thing I'd really like to eat in this certain food category?" More than 99% of the time it's not what is in front of me so I'll pass on it & wait until the REAL FAVORITE shows up, why settle for 2nd, or 3rd best??? I also tell myself I don't want ME to be 2nd or 3rd best, I want to be THE BEST.
Yes! I love making so many recipes from this site, I love sharing them with friends & family. I love a taste of so many great ones here...but then I stop. As long as I know it's fantastic, I'm happy & I'll serve it, share it, & pass on these great recipes to my friends. (Now....the chocolate recipes here, that's a whole other story!)