Item description for Total Temple Makeover: How to Turn Your Body into a Temple You Can Rejoice In by Gregory L. Jantz & Dr Gregg Jantz...
Overview In this 12-week plan, Jantz helps Christians turn their bodies into temples that they can rejoice in.
Publishers Description While the world reels with an ever-growing array of lose-weight-quick schemes, Dr. Gregory Jantz applies common sense and spiritual encouragement to lead readers on a reasonable, realistic path to healthier living.
Unlikethe radical and even dangerous tactics that often captivate those who hunger for dramatic change, Jantz advocates a gentle twelve-week program, which considers the whole person, not just body weight.
This comprehensive approach incorporates scripture study, prayer, and journaling, as well as nutrition, food-consumption plans, and body maintenance with the intention of reshaping a person's self-image in addition to dropping inches in the waistline.
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Studio: Howard Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.76" Weight: 0.84 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Howard Publishing
ISBN 1582294119 ISBN13 9781582294117
Availability 0 units.
More About Gregory L. Jantz & Dr Gregg Jantz
A speaker, author, and counselor, Gregory L. Jantz, Ph.D., is the founder of the Center for Counseling and Health Resources, a leading healthcare facility that has been featured on Dr. Phil. Dr. Jantz speaks nationally at conferences and hosts his own radio program. He and his wife of nearly thirty years have two sons and live in Seattle. Ann McMurray is a writer from Mountlake Terrace, Washington, who has teamed with Dr. Jantz on a variety of projects for many years. The Center serves clients globally with its whole person approach. Visit www.aplaceofhope.com
Gregory L. Jantz currently resides in Gainesville, in the state of Washington.
Reviews - What do customers think about Total Temple Makeover: How to Turn Your Body into a Temple You Can Rejoice In?
It worked for me Nov 22, 2005
I've been in a weight loss program sponsored by my church for 13 months, and having great success during the sessions. But during the months between sessions, I was having less success until I found this book.
The book is organized as easy daily readings over a 12 week period, covering everything from the basics of nutrition and exercise to the emotional reasons so often behind overeating. It is useful both for losing weight at a sensible sustainable pace, and for keeping excess weight off permanently.
I've now read the book three times, and find newly-useful info each time I do. I recommend this book highly, either for individual or couple study, or for use as a small group discussion tool.
As of today I am 46 pounds down, and still losing at a very heathy and sustainable rate of about a pound a week. Part of the credit for that goes to this book.
Update: It's now 2-1/2 years later. I ended up 80# down overall, with a "normal" BMI throughout the past year since. This is still a book I often recommend.