The History of the Love of God
2015Gwen Shamblin's highly anticipated 400+-page hardback book History of the Love of God, Volume II: A Love More Ancient Than Time will forever change your perspective on how you parent, who you are in the workplace, how you approach food and how you treat your spouse and loved ones.
2014Filled with answers for pain and struggles associated with overweight and addictions. Clearly written chapters with Heavenly wisdom on health issues, weight loss, spiritual yearning and emptiness, help for families with addicts and more. Also available in Ebook as a searchable, hyperlinked resource.
2000The follow-up to The Weigh Down Diet, teaches you the desire to ever overeat again and discover great willpower through God! No matter what your age, no matter what your size, no matter what your means of control has been – whether dieting, exercising to keep the weight off, bulimia, anorexia, or even if you have just flat given up self-control, this book is for you.
The Weigh Down Diet
1997The Pioneer of Faith-Based Weight loss. Gwen Shamblin’s original groundbreaking New York Times best seller approach to weight loss on how to remove the irresistible desire to overeat. Giving hope and help to millions who had failed on conventional diets and guiding them to a richer nourishment that comes not from food but from faith, this book started a historical revolution in the faith and diet community.
'The unprecedented fruit from this straightforward message has convinced me that there is something powerful brewing from the Heavens...'
New York Times Best-Selling Author of the Weigh Down Diet
Gwen Shamblin was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, with a strong faith and foundational values. She grew up with a medical background, making rounds with her belated father, Walter Henley, M.D., who was a General Surgeon. She received her undergraduate degree in Dietetics and Masters Degree in Nutrition with an emphasis in Biochemistry from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Mrs. Shamblin was an Instructor of Foods and Nutrition at the University of Memphis for five years, and she worked with the city's Health Department for an additional five years, helping specifically in the areas of overweight, obesity, pregnancy, and child health.
A very spiritual person with a strong faith in God, Ms. Shamblin felt led to found The Weigh Down Workshop in 1986, in order to teach these principles to those who were desperately seeking to lose weight permanently. Initially offered through audiotapes and small classes taught by Mrs. Shamblin in a retail setting, this teaching began yielding unprecedented results. Participants were not only losing their weight while eating regular foods, but they were using the same Bible-based principles to turn away from other addictions such as smoking or alcohol abuse...READ MORE