Read her! She tried it with that waist. I asked for clean, athletic, smiling. You gave me dirty, tired and paunchy. I wonder if she’s lost any of that weight yet (side-eye). And although my ministry is not buff and tuff (seek Men’s Fitness) I can give you a good reading session for a slimmer figure jaw bone poppin thin neck type flow. It’s time to get snactched for 2012 my dear! And I’m exclusively talking about this upcoming Spring Break in March. Yes doves, this means you have roughly twenty-eight days to be featured in your second cover try. This is calling for a reading session. Stop mindlessly inhaling the breadbasket and stop shoveling in the M&M’S–Bread is the Devil is the solution to all of our diet saboteurs.
Phifer’s Good Reading Session: Bread Is The Devil Book
Nutritionist Heather Bauer can count on the fingers of one hand the number of her clients who don’t already know what they should eat to lose weight. So why can’t they (and their best friend and their neighbor) lose weight? Because Bread is the Devil! Yes, that’s Bauer’s shorthand for the inevitable, demonic pull that certain bad habits exert on people who try to change their eating routines to drop the pounds. Many of us have been there: You had a sensible, healthy breakfast, high in protein with complex carbs. Ditto for lunch—soup and a salad with a warm rush of accomplishment and self control for dessert. But now it’s dinnertime and you’re out with friends: enter a large basket of warm, sliced, crusty sourdough bread with a little tub of chive butter. Suddenly you’re in the seventh circle of hell—the one reserved for gluttons. Bread’s not your devil? How about ice cream or chips or that big slab of buttercream-frosted birthday cake? Phifer selects Bread is the Devil as a Good Reading Session! Available at Nu-train.com
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