“This book is not for sissies.  It provides a no-nonsense approach to becoming a healthier you—no matter what hand mother nature dealt you.  Stop wasting time looking for those “get healthy quick” schemes and simply follow the solid guidance this book offers in order to find and maintain a healthier you.  The principles offered simply make so much sense medically, psychologically and spiritually.   The concepts are affordable, achievable and character building.  So stop procrastinating and learn how to become the person you deserve to be.”

Dr. William Shivers, Psychiatrist
CEO, New Visions Center for Health and Wellness
Board Certified by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology since 1982
Retired USAR Colonel
Panel member with purpose of providing input on national health care  reform (beginning in December 2008 and ongoing at present)

“I love this book for so many reasons. The ideas presented are what I have practiced for years. I completely believe in Lynda’s points of view, both in my professional life and also as a dad. Lynda’s focus on lifestyle versus method is definitely the key of her message. As a former pageant contestant and also a mom, she visits the area of lifestyle many times in this book. I like the fact that it is written from a woman’s point of view and understands the severity of the weight-loss battle most women face. This battle is not different from what we men face, and men will certainly be able to apply the concepts of the book, but for women I think it is more complex. Whether you are a man or a woman, the concepts contained in this book will allow you to drive a stake right into the heart of this demon called WEIGHT LOSS! “

Dan Bouchard,
Former National Hockey League Goalie

“I am very impressed with this book. I strongly believe in a holistic approach to health and to preventing and treating illness and chronic disease. I truly believe the holistic approach I took in treating my own breast cancer was the difference in life and death, the difference in my daughter being motherless at age 1 versus me getting to watch her graduate from high school this year. Lynda has done a great job of pulling together critical pieces of the holistic approach to being healthy in a concise manner. The physical, emotional, behavioral, intellectual and spiritual perspectives are what make us whole human beings. When any part of the whole is not being addressed in a proactive way, our minds and bodies suffer. I see the results in my office every day. I think Lynda has addressed the most important aspects of being the healthiest person you can be.”

Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, FACP
McDuffie Medical Associates

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