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Do You Want to Look and Feel Younger Next Week?


YNW Front cover

I’m very excited that my new book, Younger Next Week (Harlequin Nonfiction) is now available. This book was a true labor of love to write and I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

I wrote Younger Next Week to help women everywhere find ways to care for and nurture themselves no matter how busy or stressed they are. We all have a right to look and feel our best and stay healthy inside no matter how much we have going on at any given time. The book provides a Vital(ity) Signs Quiz to help women see where they are in terms of their food, fitness and lifestyle behaviors. It then discusses many of the  sabotaging ways women cope with stress (can you say cookies and ice cream, or a second…or third Cosmo). The book then goes on to explain how various foods and food groups, beverages, and dietary components enhance vitality and discusses the virtues of staying fit and getting enough sleep. Stressipes–remedies for how stress impacts food, fitness and lifestyle behaviors–and tons of practical tips for turning intentions into actions–are sprinkled throughout Younger Next Week. The book concludes with The 7-Day Vitality Plan that includes 2 weeks of menus, a Vital Foods List, 30 delicious recipes and a Vitality Blueprint that puts the entire plan together.

Check out my Stressipes newsletter from 1/13/14 to see some highlights from my Younger Next Week book launch.

To learn more about Younger Next Week, click here. To read an excerpt, click here.

If you’d like to interview me or work together, click here.

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About The Author

Elisa Zied is a nationally recognized and award-winning health and nutrition expert, author, speaker, and spokesperson. A trusted source of food, nutrition, and health information, Elisa has garnered millions of media impressions, lending her expertise and real-world perspective to dozens of TV shows, web sites, news organizations and magazines. She’s the author of four nutrition books. An avid walker, she loves motivating others to #moveitorloseit. A book lover, she recently earned a certificate in children’s literature from Stony Brook Southampton and is currently working on several young adult novels. You can find her previous Food, Fitness & Fiction posts here and connect with her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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