Free call invite to get your body in sync with fall to curb cravings + an easy grain-free Jewish apple cakelet recipe

Doesn’t September feel like a new year or beginning of sorts? I was born in October on the Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashanah, which this year starts tomorrow. Whether your kids are starting a new school year, you’re returning to a routine after the carefree spirit of summer, or reflecting on another 365 day trip around the sun, there’s an opportunity for new starts.

My new Truce with Food™ website is about to be born any day now. I’m so excited because a new website isn’t just a website. It’s a thought process, a business organization. Given I’ve been coaching and teaching Truce with Food™  for about seven years now, it’s watching Truce with Food™ grow up. A new logo is below, just to give you a taste of the new look and feel.

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To celebrate and take advantage of the season of change, I’m offering a free teleclass on Get Your Body in Sync with Fall to Curb Cravings: Fall Foods to Manage Shorter Days, Melancholy + Less Energy on Tuesday, September 17th at 8 p.m. ESTSign up here. Here are the details:

Get Your Body in Sync with Fall to Curb Cravings
Fall Foods to Manage Shorter Days, Melancholy + Less Energy
Fall bursts onto the scene with a sense of possibility, radiant foliage, crisp air, comfy sweaters and an incredible harvest at the farmers markets. After the apple picking and pumpkin beer novelty wears off, melancholy twinge and successive holidays, and nights that begin at 5 p.m., pave the way for apple crisp cravings instead of apples, and pumpkin lattes for energy instead of exercise.By eating and working out with the changing season, you can dramatically reduce the gloom and doom, uphill eating battle. Tapping into the wisdom of the season, practical food changes will have cravings falling even when the leaves do, your mood stable, your enthusiasm for exercise flourishing regardless of how dark it is outside. You’ll find yourself embracing the holidays instead of fearing the looming alcohol and dessert trays. If you’d like this Fall to be your greatest season of health, join me on Tuesday, September 17 at 8 p.m. EST for a teleseminar on what exact changes to make for a radiant fall. I’ll also be celebrating my new Truce with Food TM website with a unique opportunity for those on the call! Sign up here.

In this one-hour call, you’ll learn:

  • A new plan that turns calorie counting on its head and is absolutely necessary for any dietary change to last
  • Three essential food changes to prevent cravings caused by the shorter days
  • My favorite simple fall recipes to incorporate these important food changes
  • Two easy and exciting exercise changes that will enable you to prioritize your work-outs
  • The missing piece of every diet plan but is as important as food and exercise during every season, but the Fall season especially
  • The key question to ask yourself to get back on track when you feel the holiday season is sabotaging your best healthy living efforts
Sign Up Here
The call will be recorded if you cannot attend live.
I really hope you’ll join me. Fresh starts don’t come around that often.

One of the traditions of Rosh Hashanah is to eat something sweet, acknowledging the hope for a sweet year. Here’s one of my all-time favorite recipes to be a part of the season without parting with my healthy eating: Grain-free Jewish Apple Cakelets. I use these as an on-the-go snack while apples are in season at the farmer’s market.

To a season ripe with possibility.