I've written a cookbook for easy weight loss! :)

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steph123789

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Posted: 19 Jul 2012, 17:12
Hello everyone,
my name is Stephanie and I'd like to share with you a cookbook focused on weight loss. I've been writing it during last weeks and I think it's finally ready. It's absolutely for FREE. Please head over to the website of mine and download it - www.fatmeltingrecipes.com

I spent quite some time working on it. Each recipe includes exact calories breakdown - calories, protein, carbs and fat are counted. I also included a calorie counting spreadsheet in excel, so you can find out how many calories you need to lose, gain or maintain your weight.

I hope you will enjoy it. Please post a feedback what could be improved, in case I decide to write some. If you like the book, please share it with your friends on facebook or twitter (I've put nice buttons on the site for that Smile)

Thank you for your time! Smile
briankkatz

Joined: Jul 12
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Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 00:38
The Book is nice but what about the exercise you haven't mentioned that. Like yoga, it offers a way to connect with yourself through exercise and relaxation. I do it and burn Spice Incense it work great for me.



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