In her first book, Women Need Donuts, author Leigh Kellis wrote about eating donuts, making a business out of love, and allowing oneself to eat in pleasure and joy. She recommended honoring your craving, living, and indulging.
Now, three years later, she admits she didn’t do any of those things. She couldn’t even eat her own donuts for terror of weight gain. She faced a downward spiral of poor health, and struggle. Kellis went on a pleasure lockdown because she was so miserable in her body. After three years, she found food didn’t cure her entirely. In The Love Diet, she shares her journey. At first, it was to solve some health issues and weight gain, and this ultimately led to unexpected healing and self-love that were nothing short of miraculous.
In The Love Diet, Kellis goes deep into spirituality to find that weight loss and health are not just about food, but about love. The love diet is a steady diet of love, faith, listening to your intuition, and trusting yourself, your cravings, your choices, your capabilities, and your ability to love. And it’s about eating whatever you want.