I bought a Skinny Girl brand Lemon Swirl power bar the other day. If memory serves it has whey protein.
I checked out the ingredients label and it appears that it doesn’t contain natural flavors or any other fake chemicals.
At the library I once scanned a Betheny Frankel diet book titled Get Skinny Forever or something ludicrous like that.
The section I read berated women for the food choices we make. That’s not going to motivate your readers to lose weight. I found that Frankel’s tone of voice in the book was hardly encouraging.
The idea that everyone has to be “skinny” is a myth if you ask me. I didn’t lose any weight after strength training going on five years now. Yet I did drop one pant and one skirt size because I gained muscle. So in that regard you could say I’m skinnier even though I didn’t lose weight.
The number on the scale shouldn’t dictate how we feel about ourselves. Maintaining a healthy weight rather than an unrealistically low weight is the better option if you ask me. Kate Moss’s body is not the kind of genetic anomaly any of us should aspire to have.
I see woman at the gym. Their arms and legs are sticks and they lift puny 15 pound kettlebells. That’s their thing so be it. Yet I recommend lifting heavier weights as you go along to develop more muscle to burn fat at a greater rate.
My mantra now is “abs and arms.”
I will be on the lookout for healthier snacks like the Skinny Girl Lemon Swirl bars.
I’ll report back in here on what I find.
I bid readers peace happiness and health this summer.
Relax: you don’t have to be skinny.