Good nutrition is more than calories, carbohydrates, protein and fats. Good nutrition is getting the nutrients necessary for optimal health and energy. Nature made healthful eating and drinking simple for us. Humans have made it complicated. Isn’t it amazing that generations before us were able to survive and thrive without the help of diet books and nutritionists? This book is intended to help you know what is food and what is not food, so you’ll be informed to make the choices to sustain a healthy life.

Discover a healthier more energized you! 

The good news is you are not a victim!

You have the power to feel more energized, live a healthier life, make your complexion shine and look good in your jeans! This book is designed to give you the knowledge you need to make the best choices—most of the time—to help you look and feel your best.

It’s not your fault that you don’t know what or who to believe

There are so many diets on the market and so much conflicting information. You can’t escape! But you must protect yourself from the barrage by arming yourself with the knowledge of what is and what is not food. Reading this book will help you make choices with your best interests in mind—not those of the corporate stockholders whose primary interest is making more money.

You don’t want to hear that you have to make personal changes to improve your health and appearance. We’re accustomed to wanting science and technology to create solutions for us. There is no magic pill or potion. Technology will never replace what nature provided to feed our bodies and there is no such thing as a weight loss drug.

Go lite on white and be discreet with sweets for good health and healthy weight management. Of course if it were that simple, it wouldn’t take a whole book to explain. It’s not that complicated either. You shouldn’t need a PhD in nutrition to know how and what to eat. You shouldn’t need to buy books, go to dieticians, nutrition consultants or have government guidelines to properly nourish your body.

Go Lite on White and Be Discreet with Sweets: A Healthy Eating and Drinking Guide for Teens and Twenties
Personal changes to improve health and appearance
Carbs are not the enemy.  Neither are fats or proteins. 
Lite on White - Discreet with Sweets