Feed the Revolution by Richard Neal
Breakfast Transformations

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Richard Neal shares breakfast recipes that helped him to lose 242 pounds in only 18 months. These foods have been featured on his Facebook page throughout his transformation and have caused a high demand for the recipes. Richard will show you how you can cook inexpensive and quick meals that will help you create a change in your own life. If you’ve ever wondered how you can eat healthy without spending a ton of money on expensive foods then these recipes will help. Keeping it simple and using basic ingredients is it’s all about. Richard knows firsthand that in able to eat healthy on a budget that you have to get creative. He’ll show you how turn a few ingredients into something delightful!
 

About Richard Neal

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Richard McKenzie Neal Richard was born in Hope, Arkansas (Bill Clinton’s boyhood home), in 1941 and his father was gone prior to Richard turning two. He never knew the man, but later attended his funeral as a sixteen-year-old. Before boarding a Greyhound bus for California, at seventeen, Richard knew two stepfathers and a number of others who were just passing through. During those teen years, before succumbing to the beckoning allure of the outside world, Richard worked summers in the fields…picking cotton and/or watermelons and baling hay. After dropping out of school, eloping and landing in California, he soon realized how far out of his element he had ventured. Richard’s first book (Fridays With Landon) was driven by his son’s life-altering heroin addiction. For 25 years the family has endured the emotional highs and lows associated with the chaotic, frustrating and more often than not…heartbreaking task of rescuing one of their own, from the always ebbing and flowing tide of addiction. The unintended sequel (The Path to Addiction…) was triggered by a mind-numbing relapse after 30 months of sobriety. His third book (The Long Road Home…) is a philosophical journey that we’ll all experience as our time here begins to dwindle. The fourth book (We the People) was driven by what he saw as the dismantling of America and the circumventing of its Constitution. The ominous cloud of socialism looming over Washington motivated him to speak out, in spite of political correctness’ muzzle. The fifth book was written to confirm and document the realities of those fears and concerns chronicled in the preceding book. His nightmare now is the possibility of that same administration being returned to office, for another four years, in 2012. He has grave apprehension regarding America’s future should the unthinkable happen. Retired from Shell Oil after 36 years.
 
Published March 1, 2013 by BookBaby. 37 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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