Achieve The Perfect Weight
How would you describe Perfect Weight America?
I think the subtitle of the book is appropriate -- change your diet, change your life, change your world. We've taken Perfect Weight Americato the community and seen phenomenal results. What we're trying to do is take the weight off people's frames and the planet. It's personal and global sustainability. We talk about everything from eating local and organic to taking steps to vote our dollars.
Perfect Weight Americagives a plan that involves eating and consuming beverages. We talk about cleansing, supplementation and exercise. There are stress-reducing techniques. We're excited to help people change the world by living a healthy life, sharing a healthy life and understanding what we need to do to create an environment for us and future generations.
What sets the Maker's Diet apart from Perfect Weight America?
The Maker's Diet was squarely a plan based on the Bible. Much of the content focused on foods. It discussed what God created for food versus what God said not to eat. The Maker's Diet really focused on food and eating habits. Perfect Weight Americais truly a lifestyle book. It's backed up by fact. There are reasons why some people can't lose weight and get healthy. It can be something as simple as harboring unforgiveness, guilt and shame towards one self. We see a lot of things when we reach outside the diet box.
What type of results have you seen from Perfect Weight America?
The book is based on taking a group of people from Toledo, Ohio, through a program and documenting the results -- how much weight and how many inches were lost and how happy people were before and after the program, as well as the sustainability of the program. We had 126 people participate in the program. The average loss was 3.15 inches and 13.5 pounds.
What we're targeting in the book isn't just weight or fat. In particular we've developed a program that targets visceral fat inside the abdomen.