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Weight Loss Motivation: Inspiration to Keep you Committed on Your Way to Losing Weight. The Secrets to Losing Weight and Keeping it off and How to Stay Motivated Forever. NEVER GIVE UP! (Weight Loss) Kindle Edition
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Over the years I have learned much about food and I'm not sure I agree with the idea that carbs should be avoided as they are low in fat and help energy and growth and are not the enemy nor deserve bad press (except sugar).
Overall a good comprehensive guide.
The author looks at why different types of diet don't work that well or make it difficult for us to keep to, the causes as to why we falter how we try to cheat ourselves and what it takes - lots of sacrifice, dedication, discipline and determination. Further he identifies steps to help us and what hinders us. All of those can be applied to all diets and not just a specific one. As a bonus, the Kindle version also contains some healthy recipes and a short chapter on the Paelo Diet.
There were a few things which I did find puzzling and confusing though. For example, in Chapter 6.7. Avoid creamy sauces. That much we know. But it is than further said after that headline that 'recent studies have claimed that dairy products can in fact contribute to weight gain ….. Avoid or lessen your diary intake.' That may be true also but not all diary is creamy sauces? Ok, maybe I'm being picky here - excuse the pun. Maybe a bit more specific which diary is better and which one not so.
Overall, there is a lot of very good information provided, and for me, it did mainly serve as motivation guide. I also liked that no specific diet is named as such (apart from the Paelo diet in the bonus chapter which the author sanctions.
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I’ve always felt that motivation was a byproduct of working out. There are as many diets available as there are people, Rockwell shares with the reader why it’s difficult for us to stick with one.
This guide has all the usual warnings against fat and sugar, but a twist on carbs I was glad to hear. In one of the chapters it was welcoming to read at certain times in our life our body goes through natural changes which contribute to weight gain. I think if more women, myself included understood this and our body we would experience less frustration with losing weight.
Pretty decent read, and the resource provided does serve as a motivational guide. I also appreciated the bonus chapters, they include recipes, daily exercises, and a diet called Paleo and my favorite the smoothie section. I believe if one followed the tools in this book, weight loss would be successful for many.
A complimentary copy of this eBook was provided by the author for the purpose of this review.
Many 'diet' books dwell on the negative things people o to their bodies, whereas this one accentuates the positive. The encouraging words will stay with me as I continue on my quest to not only loss weight but maintain the loss.
I have tried other 'motivational' ways to lose weight, feel good about myself and keep the weight off, but I think I found the perfect book for that in this read.