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  1. Hello MaryAnn,

    I just wanted to give you some follow up encouragement,

    You can do it!

    If you’re interested, my four favorite books on this subject, in no particular order.

    1) Dr. Arthur Agatston’s book, “South Beach Diet”. I like the original one the best, I would recommend reading the first 100 pages. It explains the theory nicely. A fairly easy read. Dr. Agatson is a cardiologist, so his job is working with heart patients and their blood tests. So when he suggests, watching your sugars to improve your blood tests, I’m comfortable with the idea.

    2) “The China Study” by Dr. T. Colin Campbell. It gives you the big picture. It makes a compelling argument for eating healthy.

    3) “Counsels on Diets and Foods” by Ellen G. White. – This book was my mom’s diet book. Maybe that’s why it’s one of my favorites. It came out in 1926, and it’s more like letters advising different people on their dietary needs, but the advice was way ahead of her time, and relevant to today.

    4) “Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us” by Michael Moss. – Here is my book review in two words: Garden food.

    🙂

    As you progress on your journey, I’m sure you will find books that will help you with your quest, best of luck as you search them out.

  2. My sister tuned me into this particular post….and simply said…’just for a month’…..
    I going to do it…starting right now…
    great advice from both of you!

  3. Cutting sugar and processed food out of my diet worked for me. I got off 5 prescribed drugs and lost weight.Simple and cheap. Not always easy, but the benefits are miraculous. Thank you.

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