I always end up rereading this book! I have had this book for years now. I have lost and gained weight in many ways. But I always end up taking Geoffreys book out and rereading it,to remind myself that there is no way around it. Yoyoing is not healthy and his book explains it all so it is easy to understand. He and his co- writer don’t knock anyone. They use facts and logic to explain why your body fights weightloss, and even better, they explain what you have to do, and how much, to make your metabolism better.Oxygen! which means…
Interesting and well written, but is it useful? As a re-visit of his classic bestseller, I think this book still provides a very articulate argument regarding the perils of dieting.The author is justifiably proud of his contribution to the public’s understanding of weight loss and dieting, but it’s not clear what this new edition provides.The “7 Golden Rules” are the big new addition to this version. But after spending the good part of a chapter, making fun of diet books, their catchy titles and their “branded” regimes, it…
Not what I expected I have to say this is one of the most mind-numbingly boring books I have ever read.I had read the author’s book “Fat to Fit” earlier this year and was very impressed with a lot of the advice given.I decided to purchase “Dieting Makes You Fat” on the strength of that book. Big mistake. Whereas “Fat to Fit” is readable and filled with interesting facts “Dieting Makes You Fat” is overblown,long winded and in places totally incomprehensible.I don’t know what audience he is aiming for but it…
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