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Lisa Lillien Helps You Eat Well and Still Lose Weight

Lisa, and her wellness world are all about fun, having a treat vs. a cheat, and what you can have vs. what you can’t.
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Lisa Lillien Has Countless Delicious Recipes Promoting Weight Loss!

My wife Kim and I first met Lisa Lillien, the founder of, in 2003 at her NYC launch party.

We instantly loved what Lisa was all about, and we had a feeling what she was up to was going to be big, though I doubt at that time Lisa thought it was going to be as big as it’s gotten.

In fact it’s not just big, it’s ENOURMOUS!

So from the first time we met Lisa, we were fans, and we’ve been faithful subscribers and evangelists of what she shares with people all the time.

We have all of her books and we’ve made a boatload of her tasty recipes. But the other day when she gave us a signed copy of her latest cookbook “The Hungry Girl Diet,” I thought I’d have some fun and really take a deeper dive into her ever-expanding world of recipes.

Lisa Lillien and her Hungry Girl cookbook.

So take a look at my “Weigh In Wednesday” video to see this weeks “Tale Of My Scale” and my “80 Days of Hungry Girl” declaration.

If you know Lisa, and Lisa’s wellness world, it’s all about fun, having a treat vs. a cheat, and what you can have vs. what you can’t.

Which is why I love what she does, and it’s why I think she has so many loyal fans.

More often than not, when people decide they want to lose weight, they almost always adopt a deprivation mentality.

“I Can’t Have…” mentality.

I can’t eat anything with carbs…

I can’t eat anything with fat…

I can’t eat anything with sugar…

And the big one…

I can’t eat anything that tastes good…

When in fact, the real challenge isn’t as much what we can eat, but what we think we can’t, and we won’t… until like a rubber band we stretch that declaration out to our own pre-determined breaking point, and we let it go, or it just snaps.

It could be one day, one week, one month, maybe even a year.

If you’re not familiar with “Hungry Girl” check it out and spend some time on Lisa’s site.
Subscribe to her email, try a few of her recipes, the products she loves, and give yourself the space and permission that maybe, just maybe, you could try eating a little less, a little more mindfully, and allow yourself to enjoy her tasty treats all the while adopting Lisa’s “I Can have…” mentality.

I can eat some carbs…

I can eat some fat…

I can eat some sugar…

And the big one…

I can eat something that tastes good…

Try it, you’ll like it!


One Comment

  • RGH says:

    thanks for the shout out Jay! She was so wonderful to meet and I highly recommended that she check out CouchKills! Can’t wait to hear your stories of the recipes – i’ll be tracking mine too!

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