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It’s been a really exciting couple of weeks for me, due to the launch of the Cruise Control Fasting Revolution and the release of my new book, The Cruise Control Diet! The book has been creating a lot of buzz, and I’m so grateful that the word is spreading far and wide about this truly life-changing weight loss plan.

What is Cruise Control Fasting? It’s my spin on the popular trend of intermittent fasting, which is an incredibly powerful tool in transforming your health. Mainly characterized by limiting your eating window to 8 hours, then fasting for 16 hours, it’s very effective in helping you lose weight and belly fat, age and disease-proof your body, and increase energy. But there is a major downside to typical IF protocols – you’re hungry! However, with Cruise Control Fasting, hunger isn’t an issue because I show you how to “cheat the fast” with healthy fats that keep you feeling full and satisfied.

There have been so many blessings to celebrate this month, and when life provides those moments, I like to kick back with a glass of wine! Enjoying some robust vino with good friends over a delicious meal is one of life’s great joys. And depending on what type of wine you choose – and how much you have – it can be a healthy addition to a well-balanced diet. In fact, one of the facets of the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet (in addition to olive oil, vegetables, and fish) is wine. There is a magical, natural polyphenol in red wine called resveratrol that has multiple benefits, including an increased life span. Not a bad side-benefit to sipping on some wine.

On my Cruise Control Fasting plan, you’re allowed to indulge in some wine up to three times per week, if you want. It’s ok to enjoy some wine in moderation during your eating window — cheers to that! However, there are some guidelines to keep in mind, which I mention in the book — organic and sulfate-free wines are best. And beyond that, there is a family of wines that I absolutely love and have been recommending to everyone – Dry Farm Wines. I like these wines so much that I actually suggest them in the book!

My friends at Dry Farm Wines curate the finest sustainably-grown, natural wines that they lab-test for the highest standard of health. They produce high-quality varieties from small family farms that are all organic, sugar-free, carb-free, and mold-free. They take the time to test each wine to guarantee that it is low in sulfates, and they never include any additives. Their wines taste fresh and vibrant; a special treat to enjoy as part of an overall, healthy lifestyle.

If you check out the testimonials on the Dry Farm Wines website, you’ll see a who’s who of the wellness world, singing the praises of these tasty wines. They are pure, artisanal, and deliciously clean. I was so thrilled to give this wonderful family of wines a shout-out in The Cruise Control Diet, and I love the whole team over there! Thank you for joining in the celebration when the book came out earlier this month.

Because wine enjoyment is an important part of living well, the team at Dry Farm Wines searches far and wide to find world-class, whole, and natural family-farmed wines that are naturally low in alcohol, and sugar and carb free. They even have a great Friends of the Farm Wine & Social Club, if you want to receive a unique selection of biodynamic natural wines. Find out more about all of these beautiful, healthy wines at Dry Farm Wines’ website, and follow the Dry Farms Wine community on Facebook, Instagramand Twitter.

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