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April 27, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
In-Person: An Evening with Sandra Elia in Coconut Grove!
Books & Books presents…
AN EVENING WITH SANDRA ELIA
Thursday, April 27th, 6:30 PM | Books & Books, Coconut Grove
Books & Books is thrilled to present an evening with Sandra Elia discussing her book: Never Enough: Three Pillars of Food Addiction Recovery (Life to Paper Publishing, $24.99).
This event is FREE and open to the public and books will be available for purchase the night of the event so make sure to stay after the talk for a book signing! Please RSVP only if you intend to join us.
About the Book:
If you’ve tried every diet on the market to no avail, if eating and weight are affecting your physical health, your career, your relationships, your mental health, and your self-worth, then Never Enough is for you.
Equal parts self-help and memoir, this moving book contains everything you need to develop healthy relationships with food, others, and, most importantly, yourself.
Certified Food Addiction Counselor and Founder of the Food Addiction Recovery Program, Sandra Elia, delves deep into her own tenuous battle with compulsive eating and lays out a scientifically proven plan for youto achieve peace with food once and for all.
This book isn’t just another trendy diet that delivers temporary results but ultimately leaves you feeling depleted. It’s a lifestyle guide that prioritizes your spiritual and emotional wellbeing as a means to achieving physical vitality. The proof of its success lies in Sandra’s manifold, glowing client testimonials.
So if you’re ready, take Sandra’s hand, and allow her to lovingly guide you down the path to food serenity.
About the Author:
Sandra Elia is a Certified Food Addiction Counselor and a pioneer in the field of addictive eating. Her expertise has brought about partnerships with Canada’s top obesity and addiction doctors. Her Food Addiction Recovery Program has yielded tremendous success. Clients experience improved health, weight loss, increased self-love, most importantly, changing their relationship with food.