Getting Real with W&L Alumna's Diet Book
Summer’s here, and you may be looking for a way to take off a few pounds —and keep them off. A new book by Lindsay Harris Hill, a 1997 graduate of Washington and Lee, could help.
“The Get Real Diet: Say Goodbye to Processed Food, Learn to Love Whole Food and Never Worry About Your Weight Again” offers what the author says is a “step-by-step plan to embrace a plant-rich, real food diet that will help you look and feel better in a matter of weeks.”
Lindsay was an English major at W&L, went on to get a master’s in communications at Georgia State and then earned a certification in integrative nutrition counseling from the Institute for Integration Nutrition. She’s the founder of Inhabit Health in Atlanta, where she provides one-on-one holistic health coaching and conducts healthy cooking workshops and healthy eating seminars.
Her new book explores such topics as why fad diets fail and the problems with processed foods. It also has plans for meals and menus to help readers lose weight.
Lindsay’s book is available in print and electronically at Amazon.
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