Home Cooking and Diets

Lisa Riley's Honesty Diet


English | December 28th, 2017 | ASIN: B073VB9P2Q, ISBN: 071818887X | 178 Pages | EPUB (HQ/True) | 127.74 MB

Lisa Riley's weight-loss story is truly remarkable. After years wearing size-30 clothes and convincing herself she was 'fat but happy', she finally got a wake-up call when diabetes threatened. Two years later, she's 12 stone lighter, significantly healthier and the weight is gone for good.

Lisa's many devoted fans are desperate to know how she did it. In this inspirational book, Lisa shares her story, along with a simple 8-day eating plan to kick off the diet, 75 delicious low-carb recipes, everyday fitness tips and unflinching advice for anyone keen to follow in her footsteps. Lisa credits her success to the power of honesty - only when she was 100% honest with herself did the pounds finally fall away. With Lisa's help, readers can put the fibs and excuses behind them, kick the bad habits and achieve the body and health they've always wanted.


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