Capital Food Coaching announces Weight Loss Challenge
The Food Hell! Weight Loss Challenge running from Feb 1 - August 31, 2012 Is calling for essay submissions On topic "What food hell means to me."
With the New Year comes new diets and new failures. The fact is, commercial diets end with a 5% success rate. That leaves many diet-weary adults confused by what to eat; ultimately they abandon sound eating plans for long term weight loss and revert back to negative eating patterns.
America’s Food Coach and Weight Loss Expert Vianesa Vargas calls this vicious cycle “Food Hell!” in the title of her new eBook. That’s why her company, Capital Food Coaching, is encouraging anyone looking to lose weight, feel better and break free from diet fads to join her new “Food Hell Weight Loss Challenge.”
“It seems we’re bombarded by new and conflicting research every day telling us about fad diets or behavior modifications that will finally make us fitter, healthier or skinner,” commented Vargas. “For folks with a lot to lose, this can be discouraging. For others looking to make sustainable lifestyle changes, this can be overwhelming. And, for the rest of us just trying to live our best lives, this can be downright maddening.”
Breaking Free From Food Hell
In her aptly titled new eBook, “Food Hell!”, America’s Food Coach Vianesa Vargas gives readers a sensible, time-tested and easy to follow 30-day healthy eating and lifestyle plan.
Instead of restricting choices to a narrow swath of healthy foods, upon completion of this 30-day plan, “Food Hell!” readers will be given the tools they need to live a healthy lifestyle, save money at the grocery store, lose weight and have more energy than they’ve felt in years.
Food Hell Weight Loss Challenge - Call for Essay Submissions
Running from February 1st through August 31st, 2012, the “Food Hell Weight Loss Challenge” is the perfect complement to the new “Food Hell!” eBook by Vargas. Open to US residents aged 18 or older, to qualify to enter, candidates need only subscribe to the free Capital Food Coaching Newsletter from the firm’s homepage, where they’ll also be able to download a free 30-day weight loss planner.
Eligible individuals can enter the contest by providing a photo and a 250-word (maximum) essay describing “What food hell means to me”. Essays will be judged on their creativity, and entrants will need to sign an affidavit stating that their weight loss was accomplished naturally and through food; not a fad diet.
Winning essays will be hand-picked by Vargas and awarded $100 each for the duration of the contest.
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