Tired of Diets? you can lose weight FAST and keep it off forever!
If you are ready to free yourself from the enslavement of calorie or
fat counting or excessive exercise - this is the book for you!
"Diets Don't Work" explains in simple language why diets
fail to help people achieve their weight loss goals. It includes
written exercises to help you crystalize your desires and reasons you
are overweight. By helping you delve into your inner self and by
teaching you the skills that naturally thin people naturally do, this
book can put you on the road to losing your excess weight and keeping
it off without dieting.....
This book takes you step by step through the discovery of how your weight got there in the first place and how to take it off without effort or dieting. This apporach involves a transformation not only of your body, but of your entire attitude toward yourself and your life. This book is intended to let you: discover the real reasons you have not lost weight and kept it off; learn a method for losing weight without dieting; develop a new relationship with yourself, a new self-image based on being a naturally thin person; and end weight as a problem for everyone to whom weight is an issue once and for all.
Michelle (TheSampleLady) - , reviewed Diets Don't Work: Stop Dieting Become Naturally Thin Live a Diet-Free Life on
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON YET ANOTHER FLY-BY-NIGHT FAT CURE!
This book is a waste of paper. It uses all its pages to basically lay out one tiny bit of "wisdom" that overweight people already know:
Naturally thin people don't eat when they're hungry.
So there you have it. There's a lot of "tell me how you feel about this" places to write in the book, which is just filler. All this book advises is that if you're thin, you just don't eat when you're not hungry.
We already know that, and it's an insult to me that this author would make his living selling a book that ONLY says that. Every other word is filler, and his wisdom is something we all already know.
He tells us to go do something unfinished intead of eating. He does not tell us that overweight people have a hard time guaging true hunger. He does not tell us HOW to guage true hunger. He pretty much ends his book on that note, after working up the reader into writer's cramps from filling out lots of blank space in the book.