Today on my blog I have a review for Eat Less.
I must admit I was quite intrigued when I saw this book being advertised and was lucky enough to be able to obtain a copy via Urbane Books and Kelly from #Lovebooksgrouptours.
About the Book
Eat Less is a revolutionary book designed to help people lose weight and maintain a healthy weight for life.
Eat Less is NOT a diet book. It doesn’t read like a diet book or look like a diet book.
Eat Less is an anti-obesity manifesto.
Eat Less is stuffed with bite-sized nuggets of information on the benefits of eating less, advice on what to eat less of, and much more. Informative and motivational, the underlying message is very serious, but the manner in which it delivers those messages is never preachy and easily digestible. Eat Less offers practical advice on the life-changing benefits that simply eating less food can bring.
· Eat Less really works. The authors are living proof that the habit-changing lifestyle they set out could help millions of people easily get to a healthy weight and maintain it for life.
· Obesity rates have doubled over the past two decades, and 63% of UK adults are overweight, according to the OECD.
· Full PR campaign, including national newspaper coverage and TV appearances already confirmed.
Following a long career as an advertising creative, Jeremy has turned a lifelong fascination with food, diets and eating into a personal mission. Eat Less is Jeremy’s and wife Georgina’s impassioned attempt to get people everywhere to think more about what they eat and how they eat. The inspiration for this book came soon after he lost 2 stone in weight, simply by eating less and removing sugar and grain from his diet. Georgina is a certified group fitness instructor and runs regular mobile exercise classes in Battersea Park. Alongside this, she has developed a formula to help individuals lose weight, using a tailored weight loss management service and offering customised eating plans.
On reading this book, I found that it seems to be encouraging you to fast and miss meals and I don't feel therefore that this way of trying to lose weight is for me. Don't get me wrong it obviously suits some people and I can see the logic behind it. I used to always miss breakfast and eat a small lunch and the my main meal in an evening and hardly ever snacked. However I now eat three meals a day and have fruit and yoghurt's to snack on (should I find myself hungry which I rarely do) and find that this is more beneficial to me.
However I can say wholeheartedly that I found the book fascinating to read and is a really short book which can be read in one whole sitting or in small bite size (excuse the pun) pieces. There is some really useful information in the book which I plan on putting into practice.
Towards the end of the book there are a few days worth of menus and reading through these there are some fabulous food choices and I will be using some of these to help me.
All in all a lovely little book which in my personal opinion has some really good advice in and ideas that I will be trying.
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