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    • ISBN:9781409165712
    • Publication date:29 Jun 2017

Lessons I've Learned

By Davina McCall

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With her trademark humour, warmth and honesty, Davina McCall shares her life experiences.

"I am a work in progress. There are times when I feel in control and like I know what I'm doing...and there are times (quite a few)(actually lots) when I've got no idea whats going on, where to turn, what to do, how to behave, and those are the times I've sought help! I have been helped by some extraordinary people. I've been supported and counselled through my recovery from drugs and alcohol. I've been hypnotised to get me through going to the bottom of the sea in a sub (life at the extreme). I've read a squibillion (that's a lot) of fantastic self help books and I have shared and shared with the greatest girlfriends and family of all time. These nuggets of wisdom have at times literally kept me going, so I thought I'd pay it forward and share them with you."

Presenter, wife, mother, fundraiser, fitness inspiration and now bestselling author,is there nothing Davina McCall cannot do? But success didn't come easy for Davina, and she has faced many challenges along the way. In this long-awaited book, she shares all the tips and wisdom she has picked up on her 'work-in-progress' journey.

Written in the accessible, easy-going and humorous way that Davina has become famous and loved for, Lessons I've Learned will motivate readers to reach their goals, find happiness and fulfillment, and feel more confident.

Biographical Notes

Davina McCall is a TV presenter who has been on our screens since 1992. She is best known for her work on BIG BROTHER and DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME. She has more recently presented MILLION POUND DROP, LIFE AT THE EXTREME, THE JUMP and LONG LOST FAMILY. A strong advocate for a healthy lifestyle she has a successful range of fitness DVDs and raised millions through her Sport Relief challenge in 2013. She is the author of DAVINA'S FIVE WEEKS TO SUGAR-FREE and DAVINA'S SMART CARBS.
She is very active on her Twitter account: @ThisIsDavina and has a Facebook page: www.facebook.com/DavinaMcCall . She also has a webiste at: http://thisisdavina.com

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  • ISBN: 9781409165729
  • Publication date: 22 Sep 2016
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From drug addiction and the death of her sister to living with her husband's infuriating habits, Davina McCall has a wealth of hard-earned wisdom to share. Here, with brutal honesty, she reveals the highs and lows of her world beyond the cameras. — MAIL ONLINE
With her glittering presenting career, incredible body and loving family, it would be easier to think Davina McCall has it all. But her journey hasn't been without its challenges and, in this refreshing honest collection of life lessons, the former Big Brother presenter shares what she's learned - sometimes the hard way - with her trademark warmth and humour. If you're feeling a little far from your goals, down-to-earth Davina gives a much-needed reminder that we are all a 'work in progress'. — OK!
Hands up, how many times have you felt a little lost in life? You're not alone. TV favourite Davina McCall opens up about the challenges she has faced and shares the self-love lessons she has uncovered in the process. — SOUL & SPIRIT
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Davina's Sugar-Free in a Hurry

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Davina McCall's delicious and healthy family recipes that help you reduce your refined sugar intake, balance blood sugar, lose weight and feel fantastic.'I'm in a hurry . . . most of the time. Help!!!' Life is so busy. We're all trying to do a million and one things at once. We know we should be watching our blood sugar and eating smart, but most of us don't have hours to spend in the kitchen. Davina's Sugar-Free in a Hurry is packed with tasty refined sugar-free recipes that get great meals on the table - fast. No fuss, no endless chopping and stirring, just amazing food that everyone will love. From quick suppers to indulgent weekend specials, guilt-free snacks to fabulous cakes and puddings, these recipes:* are free from refined sugar so keep blood sugar in balance - no sugar cravings* use smart carbs that help you stay healthy, look great and keep you feeling fuller longer* include ingredients that are easy to use and are available in supermarketsEnjoy super quick yummy food in no time at all. Love it!

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Davina's Smart Carbs

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'OMG! Carbs are back on the menu ... and about time too!' Davina xxxDavina McCall helped the nation give up refined sugar in her number one bestselling cookbook, DAVINA'S 5 WEEKS TO SUGAR-FREE. In this new collection of delicious recipes, she cuts through the nonsense and solves the age-old problem: we love carbs but want to lose weight! DAVINA'S SMART CARBS will love us back.The simple truth is that our bodies need carbs but we need to eat the right ones. We need to eat carbs that satisfy our hunger, are packed with nutrients and help us stay in shape. DAVINA'S SMART CARBS do just that! These recipes:-will curb cravings and stop energy slumps - no more carb binging!-are packed with nutrients and fibre to keep you looking and feeling amazing - no more bloat or guilt!-have ingredients that are cheap to buy and easy to findDAVINA'S SMART CARBS also includes a 5 week meal planner that will make losing weight and staying healthy a doddle. There are snacks and sweet treats, family favourites and recipes that can be freezed easily. This is real food for life. At last, the recipe book you've been waiting for: Carbs are back!

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