Saturday, November 20, 2010

Amazing E-Book from PeerTrainer

Those of you who have been reading my blog from the beginning know what a huge fan I am of the website http://www.peertrainer.com/. If you are new to these parts, let me fill you in on an amazing free community that exists on the Internet. It's called PeerTrainer and without the beautiful souls over there, I would NEVER have had a chance at recovery from food addiction, nor would I have lost the weight and had a fighting chance at keeping it off for good this time. So, I owe them my life.

A few days ago I received my daily dose of e-mail magic from PeerTrainer (it's called their Tip if the Day and if you don't already receive it in your inbox, can I suggest that you click here? Once there, a window will pop us and ask you if you want to join. Just Do It!). In that e-mail was a link to an e-book called The Magic Fridge written by Jackie Wicks, the owner of the website, and in the book she details out what works for her and how she does it--ie what she eats, what she keeps in her refrigerator, lots of recipes, and how she does all of this without any outside help. It was such a fun read, but you've got to be a part of the website to receive the book. It's just one of the many amazing PeerTrainer resources that will completely change your relationship with food.

4 comments:

MO said...

I just discovered your blog and will definitely follow! I hope you'll check out mine, "MO's Fitness Blog" as well!

Liz said...

Hi Wendy!

I was curious as to how you use PeerTrainer. Did you do the "Point of No Return" program, or only use the free information they have available? I have perused the website a few times and haven't found it terribly user-friendly and gave up. How can I get the most from it?

Wendy said...

Hi Liz!

First, in my opinion, Peer Trainer is a resource for people who want/need to lose weight and want/need to start exercising. I'm not sure if you don't qualify in one of those categories if the site would be of interest to you.

If you did qualify, their Tip of the Day is the best place to start. It's also an incredible resource to log your food everyday and record your goals and other stuff. If a person wanted accountability and support, it's all there for you for free by joining a team and/or a group.

For a small fee, you can participate in the Point of No Return program. Again, this is for people who want to lose weight and cannot maintain a stable body weight by themselves.

Liz said...

Thanks for the info Wendy. I am always looking for new ideas/motivation so I figure the Tip of the Day can't hurt! Happy Thanksgiving :)

 
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