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The Marshall Plan: Being Good to Be Bad

The Marshall Plan: Being Good to Be Bad

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Published by Balboa Press
The Marshall Plan: Being Good to Be Bad is a compilation of decades trying to fight off weight gain. Acquiring expertise along the way, I developed a strategy how to balance healthy eating with occasional splurges so we never feel deprived. It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle.
There are no hard and fast rules. You’ll learn to decide what you want to eat; when to Be Good and when to splurge and Be Bad. It’s a year-round tactic whether for an upcoming vacation, summertime partying, autumn football season, or the long winter holiday season.
There’s no expectation to strictly enforce any rules all the time. That wouldn’t be fun, nor would it be realistically feasible. It’s a simple guide for eating real food.
Cindi Marshall Oakey, author
This book outlines a proven approach to sustain your vision of health and fitness at any age. It’s based on sound nutrition concepts and even some fun techniques. I gained valuable knowledge that helped me shift to more natural eating patterns. Not only did I get results, for the first time in my life I was able to sustain my ideal results.
Kathleen Mercker, MA, MCC,
Director, Strategic Executive
Coaching Alliance
“Cindi brings fun and enjoyment back into eating with her book The Marshall Plan: Being Good to Be Bad. Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to mean bland and boring! In fact, it’s all about sprinkling in simple pleasures, self-care, and occassional indulgences into your routine to find the right balance.”
Joshua Rosenthal, MScEd,
Founder/ Director of the Institute
for Integrative Nutrition
Cindi’s book celebrates healthful eating, leaving room for the treats and celebrations that make life worth living. I love this realistic eating plan and the easy to follow tips.
Gracey Hitchcock, editor DolceDolce.com, a founding editor
of Vogue Russia, and contributing
health and beauty writer
The Marshall Plan: Being Good to Be Bad is a compilation of decades trying to fight off weight gain. Acquiring expertise along the way, I developed a strategy how to balance healthy eating with occasional splurges so we never feel deprived. It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle.
There are no hard and fast rules. You’ll learn to decide what you want to eat; when to Be Good and when to splurge and Be Bad. It’s a year-round tactic whether for an upcoming vacation, summertime partying, autumn football season, or the long winter holiday season.
There’s no expectation to strictly enforce any rules all the time. That wouldn’t be fun, nor would it be realistically feasible. It’s a simple guide for eating real food.
Cindi Marshall Oakey, author
This book outlines a proven approach to sustain your vision of health and fitness at any age. It’s based on sound nutrition concepts and even some fun techniques. I gained valuable knowledge that helped me shift to more natural eating patterns. Not only did I get results, for the first time in my life I was able to sustain my ideal results.
Kathleen Mercker, MA, MCC,
Director, Strategic Executive
Coaching Alliance
“Cindi brings fun and enjoyment back into eating with her book The Marshall Plan: Being Good to Be Bad. Living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to mean bland and boring! In fact, it’s all about sprinkling in simple pleasures, self-care, and occassional indulgences into your routine to find the right balance.”
Joshua Rosenthal, MScEd,
Founder/ Director of the Institute
for Integrative Nutrition
Cindi’s book celebrates healthful eating, leaving room for the treats and celebrations that make life worth living. I love this realistic eating plan and the easy to follow tips.
Gracey Hitchcock, editor DolceDolce.com, a founding editor
of Vogue Russia, and contributing
health and beauty writer

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