(1888 PressRelease) Feeling overstressed, overtired, overweight, or overwhelmed? It's time to lighten up! Lissa Coffey's new book, The Perfect Balance Diet, sets us on a path to live our healthiest and happiest. It's about losing what weighs us down, and gaining balance. If you're always hungry for more, yet never really satisfied, The PBD Plan will fill you up with inspiration and wisdom that you'll use daily.
70 percent of Americans say they would like to lose weight and studies show that almost half of the American population today will be obese by 2030. A current survey indicates that 80% of Americans are stressed about their jobs and many Americans live in clutter using their garages for storage as the billion-dollar storage space industry grows. Depressive disorders are the leading cause of disability in the U.S. With overwhelming burdens both emotionally and financially, many people express feeling a lack of purpose and meaning in life.
In her new book The Perfect Balance Diet: 4 Weeks to a Lighter Body, Mind, Spirit & Space, bestselling author, media personality and lifestyle expert Lissa Coffey provides a refreshing, holistic approach to the challenges we face today.
Candace Pert, PhD, author of Molecules of Emotion: The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine says: "Lissa Coffey walks her talk, and now has written a beautiful and clear book to teach us the most advanced and ancient ideas about achieving the perfect balance that results in the kind of health that helps us look, feel and be our very blessed best!"
The Perfect Balance Diet: 4 Weeks to a Lighter Body, Mind, Spirit & Space is more than a book about weight loss; it is a modern day approach based on ancient wisdom to deal with the stress, clutter, negativity, and toxins that cause us to get out of balance. Readers gain a new perspective about balance and take steps to return to nature and healthy living. Lissa Coffey looks at our diet of food, routine, attitude and environmental space and explains how each can positively affect behaviors in connection with our selves and with others. This is a diet book that brings readers back to a natural state of balance in body, mind, spirit and space.
The Perfect Balance Diet shows readers how to "enlighten up" in the four main areas of life:
- Body: Health, wellness and energy level.
- Mind: Intellect and how we handle stress.
- Spirit: Feelings of well-being and bliss.
- Space: Our environment, home, workplace; where we spend our time.
The Perfect Balance Diet provides inspiration and ideas, as well as recipes that can be personalized for a "flexitarian" eating plan. It empowers consumers to make healthful choices and explains how those choices positively affect everything around us. Readers learn that a daily approach to a healthy lifestyle is a practical approach to happy living. For more information visit www.perfectbalancediet.com to read about the book and learn about out the club.
Lissa Coffey, a lifestyle and relationship expert, founder of CoffeyTalk.com, and a leading specialist in Ayurveda has created a personal guide for healthy living through her new book and companion website, PerfectBalanceDiet.com.
Coffey has been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America and appears frequently on other television and radio shows. She contributes to many national publications with her insightful and compassionate approach to modern-day issues. The Perfect Balance Diet is Coffey's seventh book.
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