Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Oprah's Program and The Taming of the Chew

Oprah, one of the most powerful women in the world, is promoting a holistic program to help us achieve balance and focus on loving ourselves and giving ourselves what we truly desire and deserve. The “weight” issue is not about food; it is about accepting ourselves as we are and committing to take the very best, most loving care of ourselves in every aspect of our lives.

Oprah is now addressing the physical, emotional, social and spiritual reasons why so many of us have spent years feeling frustrated and discouraged and repeatedly regaining weight we have struggled so valiantly to lose. Her holistic program is precisely the program outlined clearly in The Taming of the Chew. Those thousands of you who have read my book already know the information Oprah is communicating. You already know that feeling wonderful and living lives of balance and joy come through our attention to ourselves as we negotiate the twists and turns of our own lives.

I would really love to have Oprah read The Taming of the Chew. I truly believe she would find it to be a valuable asset for herself and helpful in her work as she shares her important messages of total self-care with us, her viewers and readers.

I am writing today to ask for your help. If you are willing and you believe that The Taming of the Chew is indeed a helpful resource, would you please take a minute to send a message to Oprah telling her so? And, if you know others who would be willing to endorse the book, please pass this along.

Thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate it!

You can cut and paste in this message or write a note of your own:

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Dear Oprah,

I am writing to encourage you to read The Taming of the Chew by Dr. Denise Lamothe. It has helped thousands of people as they have faced their own weight challenges. This amazing little book is a holistic guide to understanding and stopping overeating. In it Dr. Denise addresses the physical, emotional, social and spiritual causes of overeating and outlines effective ways to achieve balance and joy – to be happy, healthy and whole. I recommend it highly!

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