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Let's face it, diets are the very definition of deprivation, and this is why they are not sustainable for long term weight loss. A healthy lifestyle does not relegate you to a life of rabbit food, rather it means making smart choices and practicing moderation. In this cookbook, I will show you how easy it is to make healthy, delicious, and filling dishes that won’t leave you feeling deprived. Bonus videos provide additional tips and techniques to make recipes foolproof for even the novice kitchen chef.

Recipes included in this book:

•Balsamic Glazed Albacore Tuna Steaks
•Baked Coconut Chicken Tenders
•Savory Goat Cheese and Pear Tart
•Ensalada Rusa
•Roasted Harvest Vegetable and Quinoa Bake
•Sausage and Lentil Soup
•Chinese Chicken Salad Pitas
•Buffalo Chicken Salad Pitas
•Creamy Saffron Quinoa with Vegetables
•Chicken Pot Pie
•Spicy Shrimp Tacos
•Chili Mint Chicken Skewers

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ISBN: 9781301662098
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    Welcome to my Kitchen!

    At 38 years old, I tipped the scales at 300+ pounds, and I struggled with diabetes and high blood pressure. This was my reality.

    How did I get here? A broken, abusive marriage left my self-esteem in tatters and two kids to raise solely on my own. I worked full-time during the day and in the evening shuttled my kids to baseball, dance, gymnastics, swimming, scouts, or whatever activity they had going on. Then it was a quick trip through the local drive-thru, home to do homework and off to bed we went. There was simply no time to think about me and, before I knew it, it showed.

    I tried practically every diet out there. I would lose some weight but then as soon as I went off the diet, it came right back. After too many of these cycles, I gave up. I believed there was something genuinely wrong with my body, it was incapable of losing weight and that was the life I was destined for.

    Then in the fall of 2009, everything changed. My daughter went off to college and my son began struggling in school and life. As my carefully controlled world fell apart, I realized that to get things back under control, I first had to take control of my own life.

    Still believing something was wrong