Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Sex, Soup, and Two Fisted Eating by Katie Robles November 9, 2016

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 6:08 pm
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ABOUT THE BOOK (186 pages):

Are you ready to lose weight and get healthy, but you hate celery sticks and sweat? This book is for you. Sex, Soup, and Two Fisted Eating is: *Fun: laugh-a-minute encouragement complete with cartoons, poetry, and enough cheesy puns to make you lactose intolerant. *Sustainable: for long term results, look no further because the healthy habits you develop will help you stay fit until you die. (See how encouraging this is?) *Flexible: easily adaptable to fit your needs and preferences like a need for chocolate and a preference toward spandex, for example. *Educational: the science supporting healthy habits is explained in a memorable way, like how REM sleep is like a toilet.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Katie Robles is a homemaker and mother of four young sons. Her hobbies include gardening with her husband, pet chickens, and sneaking vegetables into baked goods. She enjoys going to the bathroom alone, teaching classes for children part time at the YMCA, writing romance novels, and blogging

My thoughts:

The title alone is enough to spark your interest, isn’t it?

Honestly, I struggle with books about diet because I don’t have the motivation to make the changes I know I should make. But this book really made it doable.

Katie will make you laugh (sometimes out loud) as you read and enjoy her illustrations as you read.

This book is easy to read as it is broken down into four quick chapters that break down the three things listed on the title. Scripture is peppered throughout, which I loved how she tied that in with what she was sharing.

The end of the book has recipes (yum) that you can immediately use to get a jump-start in the tips Katie shares.

This is truly a worthwhile book and if you are looking a kick in your pants when it comes to changing your eating habits this might be the book that finally gets you motivated.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through The Book Club Network, Inc. All opinions are my own. 


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