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About the Author

Ashley Koff is a registered dietitian (R.D.) who strives to make better nutrition a way of life for all. Koff has the proven ability to demystify the science of nutrition and communicate the importance of a healthy lifestyle to clients in a way that instills loyalty and trust. Never preachy, Koff’s clients truly admire her gentle and patient way of finding the correct and effective nutritional program to suit their individual needs. Her passionate style is effective, resulting in Koff being named by Citysearch as LA’s “Best Nutritionist” three years running. and a national media favorite.  Koff is seen regularly in such media outlets such as The Huffington Post, Good Morning America Health, E! News, O! The Oprah Magazine, Redbook and Natural Health magazines, and  is the resident nutritionist for the CW’s “Shedding for the Wedding,” and the upcoming Lifetime networks “Love Handles.”

Kathy Kaehler is one of the most sought after health and fitness experts in the world. Kathy is also an internationally recognized celebrity personal trainer as she continues to train A list celebrities. Some of her big name clients have been Michelle Pfeiffer, Julia Roberts, Kim Basinger, and Jennifer Aniston. Kathy's television appearances reach millions of people each year and include The Today Show, CNN's Campbell Brown, The View, Oprah and many others. Kathy has provided health and wellness tips, workouts and advice on living a healthy and productive life to such magazines as InStyle, Elle, Marie Claire, Family Circle, Woman's Day, Woman's World, Shape, Self, Fitness, First, People, Us, Prevention and more among others. Kathy is sought out as an expert in healthy living by major corporations like PepsiCo, Usana, Practor and Gamble, Armour-Eckrich Meats LLC and many more. Kathy's commitment to help others improve the quality of life is endless.


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  • File Size: 489 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1401931510
  • Publisher: Hay House (September 1, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 1, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005GM2W94
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,571 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By KDMask VINE VOICE on August 30, 2011
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Have you ever been to a workshop and thought: Why do they fill the beginning with all the boring 'background' information and save the better stuff until the end? Well, that's this book in a nutshell. I wanted to give this book my all, I really did. By the time I got through "Master Your Body's Energy Language" I was tired. Mitochondria conversion and body metabolism, I've heard enough of, thank you. There is an energy quiz designed to find your profile. There are examples of "quads" you may live in. It actually comes down to eating simple food, exercising, exchanging healthy for non-healthy choices and sleeping regularly. The "Jump Start Reboot " comes on page 161 of the book and talks about detoxing the body. When I saw the Gwen Paltrow quote I knew I wasn't in for the long haul. Sorry, but celebrity quotes throughout the book do nothing for me. Yes, the "do the work"...and they also have a ton of back up help to make it through the lower calorie diets and exercise routines. If you read "Fit For Life" back in the day, it's actually a equivalent to that with way more Hollywood thrown in. The exercises are for people with better knees-- "Wall Sit with Legs Crossed" is a typical exercise that this body just can't handle. (maybe never could) Take a long walk instead.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Jason Whitt VINE VOICE on September 1, 2011
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I find it ironic that a book designed to help mom's make better use of their time and energy is front loaded with so much rhetoric. If a mom has the kind of time to waste reading the physiological minutae of the human body, then they don't need this book to begin with. The practical information doesn't kick in until you're ready to quit on the book. And it's nothing you haven't heard before. Look elsewhere.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Janeite VINE VOICE on August 25, 2011
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I got this book through the Amazon Vine program, and I'm glad I didn't pay for it because I didn't really see anything in it I hadn't read before somewhere else. That may be due to the fact that I'm apparently not the target audience for the book although I am a busy mom who sometimes wishes I had more energy to keep up with my many daily tasks. The premise of the book seemed intriguing to me since I am a 40-something woman with kids, a husband, a job, and other responsibilities, but when I began to read the book, I was left with the feeling that I must be doing everything right, or at least pretty close to it. The book begins with an introduction laying out the common problem moms everywhere complain about: lack of energy. The introduction gives the usual platitudes on that subject ("Never before has balancing the competing demands of workplace, home and health been more grueling.") before promising help through a sort of "energy makeover" that will address diet, exercise, sleep and other facets involved in our bodies' energy level. Then the book gives two "quizzes" for the reader to use to sort of diagnose what their problem areas are. The first is a multiple choice quiz with questions asking about caffeine use, dieting, and sex drive. Some of the questions were hard to answer, such as one that asks how a glass of wine makes you feel. Well, I don't drink alcohol, so there was no answer for me to pick. Another asks if you can walk a mile in 14 minutes or less. The choices are: A.Yes, I'm in great shape, B. Are you kidding me? , and C. I have no idea. What about an option of, "No, but I can do it in 20 minutes." In other words, the options assumed things and may not include a response that everyone can match up with.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ladybug TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 2, 2012
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I wasn't expecting this book to be as "meaty" as it was--which is a good thing. There is actually quite a lot of useful information here. I really appreciated their advice about nutrition; the fact that they mention the dangers of genetically-modified foods, as well as the benefits of probiotics (and other gut-friendly foods and supplements) is commendable. I found the beginning section on "Problem Profiles" useful for navigating the rest of the book. (I am definitely the sleep-deprived Mom Zombie.)

The only thing I didn't like was how boring some parts were. I found myself zoning out, tired of hearing yet another source explain the importance of carbs, proteins, and healthy fats. It isn't that this isn't useful information. It's just information I've already heard--and heard presented in a better way. (See The Beauty Detox Solution: Eat Your Way to Radiant Skin, Renewed Energy and the Body You've Always Wanted and Feed Your Face: Younger, Smoother Skin and a Beautiful Body in 28 Delicious Days.)

So, overall, I wasn't wowed by this book. Some information was useful, but when I need to refresh my memory, I will just reread the two books I mentioned above.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Susanne Wrage on May 9, 2012
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The overall concept makes sense: eat healthy foods in the right portion sizes and spaced out well, get moving, and get your body back into balance. At that level, it sounds (sort of) easy. The book explains in a lot of detail why and how certain things we eat have a positive or negative effect on our bodies.

I think that the book would be much more actionable if it only took up half the space on those aspects, and filled that with answers to "now, what are the next steps?". The authors talk about taking little baby steps, one at a time, but don't spell out in enough detail what those steps could look like. After all, they talk about pretty drastic changes, at least to some of us. So, what could a realistic transition from coffee to coconut water look like? The list of allowed / preferred foods just is not enough, at least not for me. How much is "a fist" of grains, translated into slices of bread? This would be much easier if the book gave some guidance such as
- if you usually eat a sandwich for lunch, you may want to try this....
- if you usually have a salad for lunch, make sure you have the right balance of protein and fat by adding / replacing...

I can see all the potential benefits and positive effects, but as somebody with a low energy level, I need a bit more handholding and guidance getting there. Too many aspects remain on the "just do it" level, such as the advice that keeping a neat and tidy house boosts energy. Ah well, that's an entirely different set of challenges, and for another day / book.
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