Millionaire businessman Roger Troy Wilson has been on the high end of the scale Ė over 400 pounds Ė and wants to share his weight-loss discoveries with as many people as he can. In Letís Do Lunch, Wilson reveals his own size struggles, and what he credits God for as his health solutions.
It is designed to be a simple plan to follow, stressing fresh fruits and healthy carbs, with proteins in moderation. He makes it clear that he is not a medical professional, but someone who overcame extreme food cravings through years of experimentation. And his success is obvious from the book cover photos.
Full of helpful strategies, a 14-day meal plan, and recipes, this book is similar to other diet books that have been published in the last few years. What is different is Wilsonís own story, and his passion for helping others that seems to leap off the page. An immensely encouraging book and an easy read, Letís Do Lunch is worth its weight in fruit smoothees! Ė Anne Walker, Christian Book Previews.com
Roger Troy Wilson weighed 425 pounds and had a 5-foot waist. He had given up on losing weight and prayed that he would die and go to Heaven.
After fifteen years of experimenting with different foods and eating patterns, he discovered how to actually have fun losing weight easily---almost the complete opposite of most diets. He lost 230 pounds and 24 inches from his waist.
Today Wilson has maintained his weight loss for years. "You do not need to exercise or count carbs. You can do it without portioning and shakes and chemicals," says Wilson. In Let's Do Lunch, he reveals:
Once you've read Let's Do Lunch, you'll never think of eating any other way.