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Vlahos writes book to help people make healthy lifestyle changes

| November 3, 2012

Tracy Vlahos

COSHOCTON – Tracey Vlahos has a passion for helping women to stop dieting and start discover healthy habits that will last a lifetime.

The Drugless Health Practitioner and Weight Loss Coach’s basic tips can now be found in her book, “The Busy Woman’s Guide to The Body & Energy You Desire.”

“It’s not about dieting,” Vlahos said. “It’s about habits that will become second nature. The information in these five chapters will jump start you on your way to health and wellness.”

She explains a lot of these habits in her workshops, but says the book is more of a referral guide to help people maintain what they’ve learned.

“It includes simple steps, a few recipes and some food lists,” Vlahos said. “I can’t leave people not knowing what to eat.”

The book is designed to help both the crazy busy business woman and the stay at home mom.

“No matter who you are this book will give you a new foundation,” Vlahos said. “It’s not about being thin. It’s about having energy and being healthy.”

“The Busy Woman’s Guide to The Body & Energy You Desire,” which came out Oct. 10, retails for $12.95, and is available at her workshops, events she is at and on her website, www.breakthroughliving.biz. Marilyn’s Natural Foods on Main Street also will be carrying the book.

“I tried to pay attention to what people were telling me when I wrote the book and I ask for honest feedback on it,” Vlahos said. “I want this to be for people.”

One of the first places she showcased her book was at Pamper Me Pink, an event for Breast Cancer survivors that was held in Cambridge.

“They asked me if I had a book and could do a signing so it was the jump start I needed to finish my book,” Vlahos said.

She taught the 350 people in attendance how to choose foods that will optimize your health and how to care for your physical and emotional health. Attendees were also able to purchase her book so they had a reference guide for the messages they heard.

“There are lifestyle changes that can be done every day and will go along with any lifestyle,” Vlahos said. “You’ll have more energy and find these changes will last for more than two or three months.”

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I started my journalism career in 2002 with a daily newspaper chain. After various stops with them, I am happy to be back home! I graduated from Coshocton High School in 1998 and received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 2002 from Walsh University. I also earned several awards while working for daily papers, including being honored by Coshocton County’s veterans for the stories I wrote about them. I am honored and ready to once again shine a positive light on Coshocton County. I also am the proud mother of a little girl named Sophia!

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