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Greetings to all of you, and I hope that you’re all coping with your extra busy-ness leading up to Christmas and New Year’s. It’s such a full on time of year, and I find myself wondering once again just where the last year has gone.
Having two young kids makes it busier than usual, which is why I’ve even surprised myself in getting my
finished and ready for you. It should be excellent timing for those of you planning on establishing some healthier eating habits in twenty eleven.
Veg Up e-workbook
is a day-by-day guide to building healthy eating habits over the period of a month. It's taken me nearly a year to research and put all the information together into a workbook for people exactly like you. Veg Up is everything I talk about on growingraw.com put together as a guide to hold your hand as you work on changing your diet for the better. Step by step, you follow a daily healthy eating plan and monitor your progress with checklists and assessments.
A key problem in changing eating habits is maintaining momentum so motivational tools and exercises are built in too. There's a time and effort commitment required, but I'd suggest you take a look at it in the New Year when all the rush of the holiday season has died down. Here is the link:
I’m optimistic that Veg Up will help a crowd of people stick to their New Year’s resolutions, so I’m offering a 20% discount until the end of January. After that, the price will go up to $12. That’s right, you can purchase my blood and sweat (no tears, it was fun to write) for only $10! I’ve made it so cheap because I seriously want people to get on with making some positive changes to their health, and I believe
is a great tool for anyone needing daily direction and encouragement.
While I was writing Veg Up for you I learnt a lot about how to assess whether healthy eating plans are any good or not. There are plenty of diets that attempt to rush you through and leave you to go it alone without any support. Check out my tips on
how to choose a daily healthy eating plan
that will suit your lifestyle.
Wishing you all a safe and joyful holiday season,
p.s. By the way, that is not a picture of me on the front cover of Veg Up. Even my Dad was confused, so I thought I'd better clear that up!