100 Ways to Fight the Flab - and still have wine and chocolate Paperback – 20 Dec 2013
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A light hearted, downright funny, interesting and useful book. Jane Wenham-Jones' writing style is easy and informal as if I was having a chat with a friend and it is also very jokey and fun but what she says is realistic, reassuring and actually very useful and, here's the great bit ... since reading "100 Ways ..." and selecting which of the hundred ways I fancied (which isn't difficult as many of them are very attractive) I have lost 4lb (which is 1.814 kg or about 7 cups for American readers!) in a couple of weeks! -- Suzy Bowler * http://suddenlunch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/how-to-lose-weight.html *
About the Author
Jane Wenham-Jones is the author of four novels Raising the Roof, Perfect Alibis, One Glass Is Never Enough and Prime Time which have received wide acclaim. She also writes for women s magazines and the national press and has a humorous weekly column in her local newspaper. She has also written two writing guides Wannabe a Writer? and Wannabe a Writer We've Heard Of? She lives with her husband and son in Broadstairs, Kent. Find Jane at: Twitter: @JaneWenhamJones and @UWannabeawriter And her blogs: www.100waystofighttheflab.com janewenhamjones.wordpress.com
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For me, i'm not sure, by the end, it's given me a concrete method of losing weight, (but then that's probably me in denial about needing to!) However, I do think it is an EXCELLENT guide for not putting on the pounds, yet being still able to enjoy life's little culinary treasures. Huge fun!
Funny as well. I read lots on the subject and being slim and fit all my life ( I am 51 , look much younger and size 10) - I was following many of these tricks all my life even without reading about them - so not much new for me in this book . But it is still good to sum it all up so to say - as far as myself is concerned - and for less educated people on this subject - it is simply a great book. Highly recommend.
It had me at No.1. Eat chocolate.
40 and 44 were my favourites although 10 and 11 were pretty good too.
21 would work, but it's a bit drastic.
It's a funny, tongue in cheek yet useful book. Well done Jane.
Now, where's that chocolate gone?
Beware - don't read number 23 with a mouthful of wine. I splattered it all over my Kindle.
I have reviewed 100 Ways to Fight the Flab in more detail here ~ http://suddenlunch.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/how-to-lose-weight.html