BikiniModelCookbook – by Caithleen Heffernan – how to get a bikini body
In this short letter, I’ll reveal to you the problems with most low calorie foods and the secrets to making the healthiest foods TASTE GREAT. No more binging, no more cheating, and no more feeling tired, bloated, and moody.
I’m here to tell you that there are no secrets to getting your best bikini body, but there is one constant — a constant the “experts” and “gurus” don’t want you to know. A constant that just might just be the secret you’re missing to get that lean, toned body you’ve always dreamed of.
The secret isn’t a pill, a powder, or a potion; it’s eating clean food. Until now clean eating used to mean plain tasteless chicken breasts or piles of artificial sweetener or flavoring.
What I’m going to tell you in this short article may surprise you because a lot of the “clean eating” you’ve been exposed to could be causing you nasty side effects like bloating, headaches, irritability and others that stem from a DAMAGED REGION OF THE BRAIN CALLED THE HYPOTHALAMUS.
Before I get into that, allow me to tell you a bit about my journey: how I suffered from some of these symptoms, sought out the best medical care in North America, and finally found the solution.
Aside from being a full time pilot, I’m a professional bikini model, personal trainer, and diet coach. My pictures have appeared on the covers of multiple fitness magazines including Fitness Gurls, Ultra Fit, and even my home town mag, Mcmurray Girl.
I could hardly get myself out of bed in the morning and spent months traveling all over North America visiting medical experts to find out what was wrong.
For months I was miserable. My social life, training, and physique all suffered. And all the while I was eating what I was told was clean…
In my attempt to eat clean, I added artificial sweeteners in everything I ate. According to my trainer at the time, it tasted like sugar but had no calories. So, for almost 3 years, I made, what I thought was healthy: muffins, pancakes, cookies, salads, sauces–you name it–all with artificial sweeteners.
Something was off with me. My thoughts were scattered. My memory was bad and I had a hard time focusing.
I was eating about 200g of carbs and 2000 kcals per day so it wasn’t that I was starving. At a loss and worried that I might be suffering from some disease, I had blood work done.
The symptoms got worse and doctors couldn’t seem to figure out what was wrong. According to a Naturopathic Doctor I had to cut out all the artificial crap out of my diet even if it meant I could never compete again.
As it turns out, I wasn’t the only one suffering… Read more…