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True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself Kindle Edition
"From Junk Food to Joy Food" by Joy Bauer
Featuring more than 120 recipes and oodles of gorgeous photos, From Junk Food to Joy Food has you covered from sun up to late night. Don’t deny yourself the flavors you love—learn to make them with joy! Learn more
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Perhaps she felt as though she could help others who are struggling with their weight or with depression, but there are no clear answers in her book. There is a plug for her nutritionist, David Allen. There are some recipes by a chef. She talks about having therapy. But other then needing to stay balanced in your life, there were no real revelations. I was disappointed because I really wish there had been more.
Another misconception the book deals with is that weight loss is an emotionless exercise. So many people underestimate the power of emotions when it comes to weight loss. And I'm happy that Janet brought this to the forefront as it is clear they played a huge role in both her weight gain and weight loss. Also, I related to Janet when she talked about her experiences with body image...more than I may have wanted to. I can easily understand why some may call this book "wishy-washy," but honestly, if you have ever fully dealt head-on with weight issues, emotions are going to come up - especially when, in the past, you may have been using food to block out feelings. I really appreciate Janet sharing that despite her success (or probably because of it); she's struggles with the same issues that effect many of us. This is what touched me the most about this book. And I did pick up a few more health and nutrition insights, too. Thanks Janet for sharing your experience. It's very inspirational.
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I really appreciate the pictures that she shared of herself throughout the book...I really appreciated her honesty. She really wanted to connect with those that read her book.Published 3 months ago by CaliFlorida
I deeply respected the way Janet explains growing up, particularly her relationship with her mother and father, and ‘Mike. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RYCJ
I absolutely love this book and I quote a lot of Janet's messages. I was very proud of her revealing so much about herself that could possible help someone else. Read morePublished 5 months ago by VidaMari
I loved this book! It was an easy and quick read. The stories that Janet told were so relatable and gave me a better understanding of who she is. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kianna Johnson
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