How to Ditch Your Diet, Move Your Body, & Love Your Life (On Your Own Terms)
Actress Beth Behrs of 2 Broke Girls presents a lighthearted, down-to-earth, and holistic wellness guide to giving up the junk food junkie lifestyle and achieving physical and emotional health.
Before hitting her stride as one of Hollywood's hottest rising stars, Beth Behrs was a junk-food-loving couch potato, high-strung and stressed out. And then one day, she decided she'd had enough: she was going to take back her life. Beth began with simple steps that led to big changes—and now she wants to help readers do the same.
In The Total Me-Tox, Beth shares her journey toward wellness, along with easy-to-follow original recipes, shrewd shopping tips, and fun living-room fitness routines (a.k.a. "Meh Workouts") designed to revitalize and inspire even the laziest among us. As entertaining as it is instructive, The Total Me-Tox is an achievable program for looking and feeling great about yourself.
Actress Beth Behrs is well-known for her role as Caroline Channing on CBS's hit show 2 Broke Girls. She has also appeared in films and on the stage, and is an active philanthropist and supporter of youth, environmental, and arts education foundations. She was raised in Virginia and now resides in Los Angeles, California.