I’ve been meaning to get to this post for a while. Last month I got a copy of The Nourished Metabolism, an e-book by Elizabeth Walling. And I immediately wanted to tell everyone about it. But I’ve been busy reading it, re-reading it and doing my own health updates (Part 1, Part 2) that were spurred on by the book.
I’m finally getting around to it…with only a few days to spare to get a copy for 35% off!! Sorry about the late review. But even if you miss the May 31 deadline I think it’s worth every penny at full price.
Here are the topics Elizabeth covers:
You’ll learn why sleep is so, so, so important…a lesson I’ve learned the hard way.
You’ll learn why you might need to add salt to your diet and drink less water. More salt and less water alone made a huge difference for me in raising my body temperature and even helping with digestion.
You’ll learn why sugar is not evil…in fact you need some.
You’ll learn about listening to your body instead of a diet or routine that someone else prescribes. No vegetarian. No paleo. No low carb. No high fat. Just do what works for your body.
The first time I opened the book I went through the whole thing…in one sitting. I could not put it down.
I could go on and on and on about how great this book is. But I will let it speak for itself. Do yourself a favor and order a copy today.
Until May 31 you can get it at 35% off and get a FREE copy of Elizabeth’s e-booklet: Emotional Eating Myths and Solutions.
Do you struggle with:
- Low body temperature
- Mood swings
- Inability to handle stress
- Dry skin, dandruff, brittle nails, psoriasis, eczema
- Poor digestion, constipation, diarrhea, allergies
- Erratic sleep patterns, insomnia, trouble falling or staying asleep
- Exhausting, alternating between wired and tired
- Blood sugar crashes,
- PMS, irregular menstrual cycles, low sex drive and other signs of hormonal imbalance
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