Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Announcing: Real Moms Love To Eat #RMLTE

It's hard to make life changes. Especially when it comes to food. For me, at least, food is a social event, a comfort item, a fun adventure. I don't always want to make the changes to my diet that are really what's best for me!

A new book called Real Moms Love to Eat by Beth Aldrich keeps the enjoyment of food in mind when helping moms adjust their diets and lifestyle.

Real Moms Love to Eat (which perfectly describes ME!) has :
  • An easy-to-follow 10-part plan for gradual life changes.
  • 21 days of meal suggestions
  • Tips, recipes, and lifestyle exercises
You can keep your love affair with food alive and burning strong, once you know how the food you eat impacts your body. There's still a lot of yummy foods that are GOOD for you as you experience and enjoy life (with food!).

Beth Aldrich knows that "real moms" need a plan that is simple and realistic - otherwise, it becomes too daunting to continue. I'm not one that has had to diet much in my life, but recently, I've been trying to eat gluten-free to improve my health and digestion. So I know first-hand how difficult a restriction on your diet can be. All the temptations that come with a diet. And the feeling that you're missing out.

If you're a blogger like me, sign up for the blogger Food Affiariate program - you'll get to review a digital copy of Beth's book on your blog, and be entered to win some fun prizes! I'm going to sign up, so be expecting to hear some more specific reviews of this book in the future!

Real Moms Love to Eat will be your ONE source for tasty, fresh, whole food meals, creative recipes and food facts that will keep you looking fabulous and feeling energized and fulfilled. Keep track of Real Moms Love to Eat on Facebook, follow @realmomsluv2eat on Twitter, or Pre-Order Beth's Book!
I spend a lot of time online looking for good recipes, menu plans, and other "loopholes" in my diet (LOL!). I'm very interested to get my hands on a copy of Beth's book, because it seems like her approach is friendly and conversational - getting you to have fun with food without limiting your choices.

DISCLOSURE: I wrote this blog post while participating in the SocialMoms and Beth Aldrich - Real Moms Love to Eat blogging program, for a chance to get 3,000 My SocialMoms Rewards points. For more information on how you can participate, click here.

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