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I have no problem fitting the half hour of exercises into my schedule.

Last year, whenever I got up for school, I was exhausted and rundown. I still stay up late at night working on homework, but the meditation aspect of The Happy Body program and the teas and other meditative exercises that Aniela suggests have really helped strengthen my mental health. I am calm, less stressed out, and much more energized.

I am now stronger on and off the golf course, and I have newfound vigor for life.

I owe this all to Jerzy and Aniela.

Many of our clients asked us if we could hold dinners from time to time to share healthy recipes with each other. We thought that was a fantastic idea, so we decided to invite them to a potluck dinner once a month. The only rules were that they had to bring meals that were delicious and compatible with The Happy Body philosophy. Also, the recipes had to be original. They could have been handed down for generations in families, or they could have been invented yesterday, but they could not be from cookblogs. Some people brought complete meals, but others brought dishes that only contained meat, fish, or vegetables. As our guests began to mix these in different combinations, we realized that they were creating complete meals out of side dishes in original ways.

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As the months passed by, our clients began to tell us that they were inspired by our potluck dinners to eat free-choice meals at home. One of our clients, Katie, told us how this style of eating had changed her family over time without even trying.

“When I first started The Happy Body program,” she said, “Jerzy asked me to teach my family mutual respect at the dinner table. So I sat down with my husband, Al, and my kids, and told them that I would be eating differently than before, but I would still cook everything they wanted to eat. That would be my respect for them. And their respect for me would be not to offer me their food, which they knew I didn’t want anymore. But it was hard for me to look at and smell those bowls of buttered corn or pasta alfredo, which still made me salivate. I would finish my steak and green beans, and they would go on eating and eating until there wasn’t a scrap left. Then, after one of your potlucks, I got the idea to serve my dinners the same way you do. At first, Al and the kids were irritated that they had to get up and go to the kitchen all the time to get their own food. Nevertheless, they kept loading up, as always, with the same old things. The only difference was that there was a lot of running back and forth from the kitchen to the dining room. But it was much easier for me to eat my way when I wasn’t tempted by those bowls of macaroni and cheese, which sat in the other room. After a month or so, I noticed that my family was making fewer trips to the kitchen, and they were even leaving some food and it was always the high calorie carbohydrates, like rice, potatoes, corn, and pasta. So I started making meals with less of those things and more vegetables. Then I started introducing Happy Body recipes, such as mashed cauliflower instead of mashed potatoes. The first time I put mashed cauliflower on the counter, Al looked puzzled, as if to say, ‘What’s this?’ After he tasted it, however, he said, ‘Not too bad.’ But my four-year-old daughter said, ‘I really, really like this, Mommy!’ I’ve been making free-choice dinners like this for five months now. The trips to the kitchen have stopped, so we spend more time with each other at the table, talking and laughing. My grocery bill is a third of what it used to be, and I cook a third of the amount of food that I used to cook.

And the best part is that my husband and kids have lost weight, look healthier, and are more relaxed.”

“I’ve been making free-choice dinners like this for five months now. My grocery bill is a third of what it used to be, and I cook a third of the amount of food that I used to cook.

And the best part is that my husband and kids have lost weight, look healthier, and are more relaxed.”

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