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Your Best Weight-Loss Partner is Closer Than You Think – And On Duty 24/7

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Leo Tolstoy's observation encapsulates the idea of Perfect Body in one sentence.

The Secret to Permanent Weight Loss Was No Secret to Tolstoy

You could spend hard-earned dollars on a coach, personal trainer, or nutritionist. You could subtract hours from your day driving to the gym or weight-loss organization meetings. Or – you could find your perfect weight loss partner in your own home.

Actually, your best weight loss partner is…your own Perfect Body. Centuries ago, a creative genius described how this works.

Leo Tolstoy, the brilliant author of War and Peace and Anna Karenina, still

Partner with your naturally perfect body

Partner with your naturally perfect body

lives on in his profound novels, short stories, and essays. In the 1800’s, Tolstoy penned the insight that sets the stage for The Perfect Formula Diet.

Tolstoy realized: “Our body is a machine for living. It is organized for that, it is its nature.” Artificial foods and chemicals, invented long after Tolstoy left this life, are not the proper fuels for your living machine.

Your body wants to attain perfect weight and health. Your body knows how to get there. All you need to do is get out of your own way. Eat the nourishing foods that your body needs and chuck the toxins from your food, home, and personal care products.

Does this seem hard? You can do it, one step at a time. Just ponder another Tolstoy quote: “True life is lived when tiny changes occur.”

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Blog posting by Janice Stanger, Ph.D. Janice authored The Perfect Formula Diet, the smart person’s nutrition book built on sustainable food choices. Enjoy six kinds of whole foods for permanent, hunger-free weight loss and health.

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