Philadelphia, PA, November 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- In her amazing new guidebook "101 Steps to a Fitter You! A Common Sense Approach to a Healthier Lifestyle," debut author Evon LaRiese-Davis takes a simple, no-nonsense approach to weight management. Women won't find this information in the unrealistic diet of the week that guarantees results but only shrinks your bank account, as LaRiese-Davis has admitted about her experiences with these supposed “miracle” diets, pills and machines.
Everyone knows that staying on a diet for the rest of your life isn’t easy, but now women can learn how to easily incorporate healthy choices into their lifestyles without feeling as if they’re denying themselves or missing out on something great. In fact, LaRiese-Davis says readers will feel just the opposite as they turn each page and find out how simple (and enjoyable) adjustments can not only improve their energy and focus but also help protect them from heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, and other diseases. With this exciting, new book, quickly learn how to do the following:
· Understand what’s contained in the food you eat.
· Recognize sources of “empty” calories.
· Distinguish between “good” fats and “bad” fats.
· Lose weight without giving up all of the foods you enjoy.
· Be aware of the dangers posed by sodium in the diet.
· Increase metabolism with as little as 30 minutes of exercise a day.
As LaRiese-Davis writes, healthy eating, exercise and simple lifestyle modifications are the keys to a healthier, longer life. Fad diets, "miracle" machines and cardboard meals tend only to yield temporary results. However, by using the practical tips and advice outlined in "101 Steps to a Fitter You!" women can discover how diet modification, not dieting, combined with physical activity is a solution for women of all ages (especially those older than 40) that can be used for a lifetime.
About the Author
LaRiese-Davis is an everyday woman who decided to grab the flab by the love handles and embarked upon a quest to regain her body. She searched the Web, read health and fitness literature and slowly began to modify her diet and develop an exercise plan. Eating a balanced diet and participating in regular physical activity became the key components of her quest towards a healthier body. In order to help others, LaRiese-Davis then founded SarahAlexanderFitness.com, the online portal for women who want to be “fit after 40 and fabulous after 50.” LaRiese-Davis is committed to helping women meet their goals through realistic plans. Her philosophy is simple: “By eating the right foods, increasing cardiovascular activity and building muscle, you will burn fat.” She walked in her first half-marathon at the age of 53 and is AFAA Telefitness Exercise Systems certified.