Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.: Volume 2

September 21, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Targeted at Americans Either this did not come out well on a KIndle or it is very diffuse, with points not emerging clearly.Surely everybody knows now that ready meals, takeaways and ultra processed food, and what Americans call “soda”. ie fizzy drinks, are very bad for your health?If you eat a lot of these and want some strategies for eating less, maybe this can help a bit. But I don’t think it’s different from any other advice really. Eat less, mostly plants – and don’t eat anything your…

Anonymous says:

authore starts from a false premise Liked the idea of mini-habits – but this author starts from the premise that everyone is a body-obsessed gym bunny – not for me – began to feel very angry and decided not to continue. This book is not meant for ordinary folk

Anonymous says:

Good Tips but Needlessly Long Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering is a dieting book with a difference. The focus here is not on restricting what you eat per se, but on being mindful of what you eat and using his patented Mini Habits™ to slowly encourage you to change. The idea is solid and there are some useful tips in here but the book, like many self-help books, is needlessly long and the author commentary isn’t engaging enough to make it feel…

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