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Firestorm Editions


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Published by Firestorm Editions

Copyright 2016 by Carla Ann

Cover art by Firestorm Editions

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This book is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of physicians. The reader should regularly consult a physician in matters relating to his/her health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention. Always consult a physician before embarking on any lifestyle change or behavior related to diet, exercise, fitness, or overall health, including any behaviors, activities, or suggestions offered within this book.

Neither the author nor the publisher offer any guarantee about the results that can be achieved by utilizing the information in this book.

First Printing: JANUARY, 2016

Printed in the United States of America

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So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. - 1 Corinthians 10:31


I didn’t always struggle with my weight. And it’s not because I was particularly athletic or active. Some people call it naturally thin. It looked to others as if I maintained my weight effortlessly. I didn’t exercise. I typically ate what I wanted without thought to calories, carbs, or fat grams. In fact, the idea of adjusting my food intake to drop a few pounds was not something that ever crossed my mind. I managed to stay slender throughout my entire youth and young adulthood. And though a few pounds were added to the scale after college (thanks to too many late-night pizza and beer sessions), I still weighed well within the normal range when I started my first professional job.

It was so easy for me — and it required such little work — that I foolishly believed I’d be thin forever.

But God often has a way of reminding us that pride goes before the fall.

Because I got older. And then I got married.

Like many newlyweds, my husband and I enjoyed many large meals together. We often went out to dinner and enjoyed meals that were loaded with calories. (Restaurant portion sizes are a scourge on this world. Just sayin’.) And I