Author(s): Berit Nordstrand
Your waistline is your lifeline - lose the fat around your waist and live a longer, healthier, happier life! According to Berit Nordstrand, Norwegian physician and mother of six, it's more important for your health to reduce your waist size than to reduce your overall weight. Her advice: get rid of the abdominal fat around your waist that releases all kinds of chemicals and limits your quality of life, shut down the fat cells, stop their emissions, and experience a significant and lasting improvement in your quality of life. If, slowly but surely, the kilos have sneaked up on you, now they will gradually disappear, while you focus a little more on moving, getting enough sleep, relaxation, pleasure and the great taste of pure ingredients. Implement simple 'foodsteps' gradually over a period of 12 weeks and you will change your habits in the longer term, so that you can maintain a stable, ideal weight and good health for the rest of your life. Berit's book is packed with tips and tricks which will help you to speed up the burning of fat, increase muscle mass, reposition fat around your body and reach your ideal, healthy waist size. Welcome to your new life!
Norwegian physician and specialist in clinical pharmacology Berit Nordstrand is devoted to studying the relationship between food and health. Also a certified cognitive therapist, Berit serves as chief consultant in a clinic specializing in addiction medicine. More than twenty years ago, when a young mother and recent medical school graduate, Berit faced numerous health challenges with her young son including epilepsy and ADHD and sought out ways to use food to help her son. Now, her son Petter is doing great, and Berit shares her results with the world on how the right food can bolster health and help us enjoy life to the fullest. Mother to six children between the ages of 6 and 22 years old, Berit is known for her inspiring talks and her passionate belief that everyone can enjoy the food they eat every day while reducing the risk of lifestyle diseases.