Free Ebook: Diet Enlightenment – The Real Secret to Weight Loss
I just discovered a new website for freebies and I am so excited about it! This website is called Tomoson.com and it’s where all the product review “pros” go to sign up for and be invited to try very special, unique, and often quite expensive products for free in exchange for an honest review from bloggers. You can learn more about how Tomoson works by clicking here.
All you have to do is sign up at Tomoson.com with your email address and connect your social media accounts. Anyone can join, but some of the giveaways have strict requirements and require a set minimum amount of followers on your personal social media pages and ultimately it is up to the business providing the product to have the final say on if you are chosen to receive the product. To me, getting picked to try a product review on Tomoson is hitting the big time! I will discuss more in detail as I progress through the “ranks” but for now, this is my very first product test with them and I am so honored to share my product review with you! I received this product complimentary.
The product I am reviewing is for an Ebook called Diet Enlightenment The Real Secret to Weight Loss by Rachel L. Pires.
When I saw what this book was about, I knew that it was right up my alley. Just a little history about me, up until I hit my 30s, I had a super high metabolism and could eat whatever I wanted and never worried about my weight. I guess I was one of the lucky ones.
But then after 30, the weight started creeping up slowly. I then realized that I could no longer eat bacon cheddar potato wedges and a triple cheeseburger in one sitting without seeing it show up on the scale. I’m 5’0 tall and for me, every pound shows. I had tried numerous diets like Weight Watchers, Nutrisystem, and South Beach. And while each one of them helped me to lose weight, it was always temporary. After I had my son at 36, my metabolism really slowed down. Did I also mention that I hate to exercise? It is sooo boring and excruciating to me.
Then I discovered calorie counting. And with the invention of free calorie counting apps on smart phones with bar code scanners and massive food databases, it makes it so easy! Just by keeping track of what I ate every day, the weight just started to melt off. It is the only thing I have tried that has actually helped me to accomplish and maintain my ideal goal weight.
Just by tracking my calories I went down 4 sizes! In this book, Rachel shares my weight loss philosophy. She talks about the ups and downs of dieting and provides many different resources on how to discover your ideal weight. She also provides readers with ways to find free weight-loss calculators and apps that make the calorie counting process so quick and easy.
I don’t want to give too much more away, because it will spoil the book. But she can do it, I did it, and you can do it too!One of my biggest fears as a calorie counter is always eating out in restaurants and at friends houses. I will admit, that I have declined a few social gatherings on occasion just because I don’t think there will be anything there that I can eat and maintain my healthy diet without giving in to temptation. But Rachel shows you how you can plan ahead of time and estimate your calorie consumption by “budgeting” your calories. You can even enjoy a piece of cake now and then without feeling guilty.
You can find out more by going to her website http://dietenlightenment.com/ available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Tate Publishing.