WHY I WROTE THIS BOOK
Throughout my teens, twenties and thirties, I ate a lot less and struggled with my weight. I counted calories. I worked out. But I was easily two to three clothing sizes bigger.
By focusing on what really mattered - my immune system and the right nutrients to feed it, I rebuilt my metabolism along the way and cured my skin.
Now, at 46, I eat a lot more, eat nearly anything I want, never count calories and am lighter than I've been in years.
The book was written with the hope of helping more people understand the basics of nutrition and that by eating well, we can positively influence our health. It is my hope that by writing the book, I can light a path for others in health and wellness.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
Today, most of us feel a need to change diet for a better lifestyle. Yet, we are lost when we try due to lack of guidance. What should I change to feel and look better? Swee Lin is helping us find the answers. Surprisingly, the 10 habits she recommends will be easy to follow. You will soon realize that you have been focusing on the wrong issue: weight is not the problem; it is just the symptom of bad habits. Make them right and you will never again be concerned by your weight. Furthermore, you will be surprised by the amount of energy that you body can hide.
Sebastien Tessier, Microbiologist
This book inspires reflection. It describes a simple plan effectively and eloquently.
Homayoun Sadeghi, M. D.
10 Easy Habits of Eating Well Being Well proposes that a nutritious eating plan is at the heart of creating good health. Eating the right foods can certainly help promote great health. Conversely, if you are eating too many things that are inflammatory to your body's organs, blood vessels and cells, you can put yourself onto the path of poor health. Swee Lin takes a very balanced approached to eating and explains how to adopt the 10 easy habits in a very simple way that will make it easy for most of us to follow.
Sharma Bhanu, Retired Pharmacist
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