No more wasted money – just a smaller waist!
Get the strategy that was created in the kitchen of a 300-pound wife and mother who couldn’t afford another expensive weight loss plan. There was no more room in the family budget for ordering diet foods and supplements through the mail, no money to buy ongoing weekly support, and no way to pay for a high-priced weight loss surgery. Linda Goff had to find budget-friendly way to lose half of her body weight and keep it off for good. The Skinny Budget Diet was born.
Read the secrets Linda shared with the Today Show, the Doctors, on the cover of Woman’s World Magazine, the Huffington Post, and Prevention Magazine. Inside this book, she will give you the step-by-step tools that allowed her to lose 155 pounds with sanity instead of starvation. You can eat normal meals with your family, drop the weight, and lower your monthly food budget. Discover Linda’s proven ways to:
- Grocery shop smarter. You’ll learn how to buy in bulk without eating in bulk.
- Organize smarter. You’ll learn storage strategies for your kitchen that maximize convenience and portion-control and minimize waste.
Stay stubborn. Linda will help you set-up a free system of weight loss support, tap into the power of faith and prayer, work-up a little sweat without sweating the monthly gym payments, and much more!
Do you have failed weight loss plans in your past? Think of them like a bolt of electricity. They can be dangerous or they can be illuminating. An uncontrolled bolt of electricity can burn you and leave you paralyzed. But if find the courage to try again, that same bolt of electricity can give you amazing energy to move forward if you harness it for good. There is no doubt that our past struggles and failures have power. Linda’s advice for anyone struggling with obesity is to decide – today – what are you going to do with that power? Are you ready to take the first step? Let’s get started.
About the Author
Linda Goff was obese for more than 20 years. She was told by a professor at one of the top journalism schools in the nation that her “look” wasn’t professional enough for television. When Linda left the university, she believed she had wasted four years of her life and thousands of dollars on an education that she could never use because of her size. God had other plans.
After her 155-pound weight loss, Linda quietly began writing again. She was hooked. A blog grew into a talk show on the CTN network and a weekly newspaper column - reaching thousands of readers every week with her message of healthy weight loss. Now Linda speaks with groups around the country and runs a comfort food test kitchen with her family and friends as official “tasters.” To get her latest low-cal comfort recipes, visit www.theskinnybudgetdiet.com.
Publisher: Siloam; Illustrated edition (January 8, 2013)
Paperback: 256 pages
Item Weight: 14.1 ounces
Dimensions: 6 x 0.64 x 9 inches