The Conditioning Classroom publishes Eating Simply, the definitive guide to healthy eating
PR Log - Feb 28, 2013 - Finally . . . an easy-to-read guide to healthy eating! Trainers Dianne Bailey, CSCS and Grant Pettegrew, CSCS - owners of The Conditioning Classroom in Centennial, CO - have just published Eating Simply which answers the question, “Why can’t eating well just be simple?” And at just 94 pages in an inviting format, starting your journey with this guide is also simple. The authors have done their research and have years of experience helping clients with their food struggles, but they choose to present simple solutions instead of the tedious nutritional science.
Filled with great information and real-life implementation tools, this book helps the common man and woman take control of their food life. When you think about healthy eating, don’t you think, “complicated, time-consuming, tasteless and boring?” This book shows you it doesn’t have to be! The first part of the book explains that Eating Simply does not come from a box, nor is it "simple" to just eat out every meal. It covers the 5 tenets of Eating Simply: Eat Frequently, Eat Naturally, Eat Completely, Eat Less Sugar and Eat to be Stable. It explains how and why planning is all important. And it provides a 4-point checklist explaining how you can Eat Simply for weight loss.
The book begins with the mantra: “Eating should be pleasurable. Eating should be flavorful. Eating should provide nutrition to your body. Eating should not take excessive amounts of your time. Eating should support your goals. Eating should not be stressful. Eating should be simple.” We can all agree with these thoughts!
With recipes, preparation tips, planning tools and even 5 simple food exercises to get you going, this book will take the mystery out of taking care of your family’s meal planning. It even admits that weekends can be challenging to stay on the healthy path and gives you guidance that allows fun without destroying all you’ve worked towards during the week! If you are uncomfortable in the kitchen, this book will be a simple compass guiding you as you learn to navigate the incorporation of real, healthy food into your life.
Within each chapter, this book encourages real people to take simple steps toward improving their bodies and their lives by eating well. No need to feel intimidated by cooking or think you must become a gourmet chef. No need to remain in fast food purgatory any more . . . learn that Eating Simply can become the basis for a happier, healthier, spicier you!