What's so different about Lose the Diet? It provides Tools for LIFE, so that you don't have to keep on going from one die-it plan to the next, trying to find something that you can actually LIVE with.

Once you understand the mind-body connection and begin to live and BREATHE it, then maintaining a healthy weight requires less effort. It simply becomes a HEALTHY habit.



For weight loss success, take a breath and feel better: ONE STEP AT A TIME

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Is Calorie Counting Crazy?

Tweet Here’s a thought: Does someone who appears to be at a healthy weight count calories? Just ask them. The answer will probably be “NO.” But if you still want an idea of how many calories you can (or should) consume to reach and maintain a particular weight, the following is a “rule of thumb.” If your ideal weight is 150 pounds, you would... [Read more of this review]

Is Your Metabolism on Fire?

Tweet The truth is that a person who weighs 180 pounds is able to eat more calories to get down to 120 pounds, than a 130-pound person can eat to get down to 120 pounds. Generally, a heavier person can eat more food than they think in order to lose weight. So assuming that you are not eating enough, if you increase your food intake, you can increase... [Read more of this review]

Blogging Lose the Diet Book Excerpts

Tweet I’m going to be blogging excerpts from my award-winning book Lose the Diet! This way I can “spoon feed” the information to you in little bits and pieces, which makes it very easy to digest!! So, enjoy the info… I hope that it feeds your soul, as writing it did for me! Bon Appetit, Kathy  Read More →


Tweet Michelle Aguillar, winner of the Biggest Loser said: “I remember standing on the scale, trembling on the inside, thinking, I hope nobody sees how freaked out I am. Now I’m like, you want to put my weight on my shirt? I’ll do it. It’s just a number, it doesn’t define me.” In our society, It can be very easy... [Read more of this review]


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