Thursday, March 27, 2014

The Little Book of Thin

The Little Book of Thin
Food Trainers Plan-It-to-Lose-It Solutions for Every Diet Dilemma
Lauren Slayton

Dieting has so many negative connotations to it. The author is a nutritionist who has broken down the steps that are normally taken to lose weight and dissected what makes them work or fail. A little planning can change your diet into a lifestyle that will help you lose weight without the ups and downs, disappointments, and confusion. 

There are several of her recommendations that won't work for me. Several of them (1 carb a day, eat lots of fish protein) are unrealistic for me and my lifestyle. But overall the book seems to be filled with practical advice. Most of the things mentioned were common sense thoughts that I'd already heard (high protein breakfast, no snacks after supper, exercising every week). But for someone just starting out on the diet path, this book will be a great little resource. 

I received this book free of charge from Goodreads in exchange for my honest review.

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