(PRWEB) November 4, 2003
Author Lisa Bonnice reveals in her new book, Addressing the GOOÂthe metaphysics of weight loss, that being a nudist helped her tremendously in her weight loss efforts.
ÂNudism gives us a realistic point of referenceÂa place to begin. Seeing real people nude helps us to shape a more sane goal for ourselves,Â she explains. Major media outlets insist on using false images as the perfect bodies weÂre supposed to shoot for, while Jamie Lee Curtis exposed her real anatomy with no make-up or touch-up. Even Dr. Phil publicizes the importance of getting realÂand Ms. Bonnice tells us thereÂs no better way to experience real than a visit to your local nudist resort.
ÂIf we can feel comfortable being nude in front of others, no matter what our body looks like, weÂve come a long way toward loving ourselves. And thatÂs the first step.Â But if going to a nudist beach or resort isnÂt your cup of tea, thatÂs okay. Nudism is only one suggestion of many in her book.
Larry Trivieri, of Alternative Medicine Magazine and author of Health on the Edge, says, ÂAddressing the GOO illuminates the various spiritual and emotional issues that often surround weight problems, and provides empowering tools for healing them so that weight loss becomes permanent.Â He recommends the book to anyone who is truly serious about losing weight.
Lisa Bonnice has worked as a stand up comic, a TV reporter, and as an award-winning affiliate writer for MSNBC.com. She writes a monthly advice column for Draglais Magazine and currently lives at a nudist resort in Florida.
For more information, see http://www.addressingthegoo.com.