15 of 32 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars
Too good to be true, 12 Jan. 2011
This book is actually quite distrubing. I am not a doctor but the claims made on this diet's behalf seem beyond belief. A quick google search shows claims splattered all over the internet that this diet can make you lose weight at a rate of 15 - 30 pounds per month despite the fact that this goes against standard medical advice. Desperate people could be misled by these claims I would implore anyone who wants to follow this diet to speak to their doctor first. I presume Ms Kenton would not object to this if she has her buyers best interests at heart.
I would personally reccomend a book called "Mindless Eating" by Brian Wansink which is a fun and informative read which allows you to make small and regular changes in your diet in order to lose weight relatively painlessly and effortlessly at a safe rate. It has some great little tricks which I bet you never thought of. This is available on Amazon very cheaply. And it is quite funny too!For the sake of good order I confirm I have no connection with Kenton, Wansink or any other diet guru.