Eat the Cookie: The Imperfectionist's Guide to Food, Faith, and Fitness
: Finally--a real-life plan for eating and thinking healthy. Nutrition and fitness coach Taylor Kiser's Eat the Cookie is your invitation to give yourself the grace to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress. From...
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Finally--a real-life plan for eating and thinking healthy. Nutrition and fitness coach Taylor Kiser's Eat the Cookie is your invitation to give yourself the grace to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress.
From diets to detoxes to fitness plans, there's no shortage when it comes to plans for perfection.
But what happens when our quest for health and perfection leads to fear, insecurity, and over-control? Written with her characteristic straight talk and humor, Taylor Kiser draws insights from her own journey to help you find freedom from the impossible quest of perfection.
Whether you struggle with body image, eating disorders, unhealthy habits, or the never-ending comparison game, Eat the Cookie provides an easy-to-follow roadmap to spiritual and physical health. Each chapter delivers God's truth to help you redefine your identity in healthy ways, embrace progress over perfection, and use practical tools--such as never-before-published recipes and fitness plans--to love and care for the body God gave you.
Taylor understands the pendulum swings we experience with our weight and self-perception. She knows what it's like to let fear of falling short turn into a belief that you're not worthy, and this belief turned into destructive habits that controlled her life for far too long. Now a certified nutrition and fitness coach, Taylor enjoys eating a cookie now and then, even as she enjoys discovering recipes and habits that give her renewed physical energy and health. In Eat the Cookie, you'll learn the secrets of balance that can help us all live health-conscious without being calorie-obsessed.
Taylor Kiser is the Seattle-based blogger behind the wildly popular site "Food Faith Fitness" which shows that eating healthfully does not have to equal boring! Taylor believes in living a balanced life with Christ at the center. However, overcoming an eating disorder in the past has led Taylor to believe that moderation is key, so sometimes it's okay to just go and eat a cookie! She loves to spend free time with her husband and puppy.