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How I Lost 80 Pounds: And Got Back My Health Paperback – May 7, 2015
About the Author
Harold Boulette is the author of several eBooks and the spiritual blog Solar Wind (http;//spiritsun.net). He is also the editor of the Cosolargy International blog. He spent ten years in the army and over thirty years working as a Software Engineer, mostly on classified government projects. He was born in Massachusetts and lived most of his adult life in Virginia. He currently lives in a suburb of Reno, Nevada.
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What this book advises is essentially what I've been doing but without the heavy tracking load. For those who don't think they can stick to writing down everything they eat, the tips and tricks Boulette offers will be helpful. I especially appreciated his mentioning breathing techniques; it reminded me of doing pranayama when I was first initiated into transcendental meditation in 1968 and how great it made me feel, how balanced and grounded in my body, how healthy. So that's something I'm not doing that I'm going to add back in.
This is not a gimmicky "diet" book that has you doing something for so many weeks or months and then you are magically skinny. Boulette tells it like it is: weight loss involves a lifestyle change, and it's more about being healthy than wearing a certain size clothing. Take it from someone who had dieted herself into morbid obesity: There's no getting around the fact that you have to change your entire approach to food. It doesn't mean you will never ever be able to have a few slices of pizza, but you can't pig out on pizza every day. "Everything in moderation" is a good mantra, and that includes moderating the amount of time you spend sitting on your butt. That said, I don't exercise nearly as much as the author does—but I need to!
One day at a time, one pound at a time, that's the secret to any weight loss program.
Harold covers all the bases and ends with a home run. He lost more than 80 lbs in 14 months. He changed his life around totally by losing those pounds that hindered his lifestyle.
This is a very basic book on weight loss and changing your lifestyle, If you have read most of the weight loss gurus you will find that Harold's approach may be too simple but simplicity is what makes this book exceptional.
Most of us know what we should be doing with our health, this is a little boast to keep on moving in the right direction.