PR Log - Aug 01, 2012 - Honesty, strength, determination and humor can all be found in Elizabeth Szewczyk' s latest book "One Pound at a Time." This personal memoir detailing her participation in NBC Connecticut's 2010 Biggest Loser Contest will undoubtedly provide significant inspiration for those who are struggling with weight loss.
Cassandra Forsythe-Pribanic, PhD, RD, and author of Women’s Health Perfect Body Diet and The New Rules of Lifting for Women says,
As you read this book, you’re going to be taken day-by-day, step by-step and thought-by-thought through Liz’s incredible life, body, and mind transformation. You’ll be able to relate to her struggles and her challenges and see that you are not the only one who has doubtful thoughts and nagging negativities resonating in your head. But, what you will see is that you can shove those obstacles aside and never let them bother you again, just like Liz did when she told herself that no matter what went on in her past and what embarrassing secrets she may hide, they were not going to hold her down any longer. The same can happen for you; just decide when and how this is going to happen and with what support group you’re going to lean on to make it a reality. Everyone needs some support to make amazing changes, and you’re no different. Whether it be a personal trainer, a dietitian or a life coach, your support network is just as important as the journey itself. I hope that when you finish reading and living through Liz’s wonderful health transformation, you’ll be inspired to do the same for yourself. Whenever you give yourself and those around you your entire heart and soul, and treat them all as the “nicest people in the world,” you’ll gain more respect for your body and mind as a well-oiled machine, rather than a junky old rust-bucket.
About the Author: Elizabeth Szewczyk teaches English at a small college in Connecticut. She is a writer on health and wellness for two Connecticut newspapers, and the winner of NBC Connecticut’s Biggest Loser. One Pound At A Time was created from journal essays and reflections during the Biggest Loser contest and after, when her life became a “new normal.” This is her fourth book and her second memoir.
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