7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
a fairly decent recipe book,
This review is from: Anjum's Eat Right for Your Body Type: the super-healthy diet inspired by Ayurveda (Paperback)
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)I have not stuck to this as a diet so I cannot comment on its effectiveness. However, firstly I was unable to identify which body type I was as I fell completely between the three. I'm always looking for the miracle cure for being fat and would try anything! But this book did not even let me begin because I don't know which food to choose. Perhaps if you fell more squarely into a category this might be a fantastic plan.
The recipes look lovely though and I've tried a few which were simple to prepare and very nice but not absolutely the most delicious, but then it is a weight loss book afterall. Some of the ingredients aren't too easy to buy though which again makes it a bit of a problem.
I liked the style of writing though; it is very friendly, chatty and informal. The structure of the book is also great and photos are appealing and well presented. Overall, the book is a very interesting read but personally I'm unsure of its claims but I'd be very interested to hear what others think.
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Initial post: 28 Feb 2011 12:00:21 GMT
M. Defilippi says:
If you are looking for a 'miracle' cure, maybe you'd be interested in learning (and trying) about EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), also knowns as 'Tapping Technique'. Definitely worth trying.
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