Not a Diet Book: Take Control. Gain Confidence. Change Your Life.
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If you are looking for a diet plan just to lose your belly fat or pounds before an event, in my opinion this plan wouldn't be for you. You are pretty much just drinking water, smoothies, broth, and having a small dinner meal; for the span of 10 days. That takes along of will power and determination! It is full of insight on so much to do with your over all health. Wrinkles, thinning hair, chipping nails, poor skin. Oh did I mention it will help you lose up to 10 pounds in 10 days and tell you how to keep it off. The book was well written and I enjoyed looking through it seeing the different broth recipes and food ideas. Again, if you are interested in broth recipes or doing a cleanse for your gut than this book is for you!
The before and after pictures do not show a drastic change in weight in 10 days. This book appears to be for those who need to lose a few pounds. I can see where her diet would heal your gut and make you healthier, though, and this may be an excellent benefit of her diet. I'm going to recommend this book to everyone - gym rats like me as well as everyone else. Preventing obesity and disease should be a social goal.
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James Smith' no-nonsense approach to food and fitness is completely refreshing. Boiling it down to one principal - that of creating a calorie deficit, is the stand out message of this book. Nothing else really matters - as Smith himself points out, the method isn't really important. But trajectory and where you're headed is. Whether recommending apps, examining exercise that's right for you, or discussing diets and why they tend not to work - Smith maintains a neutral and knowledgeable source of excellent insight. The general principles laid down in the book will undoubtedly help anyone who reads it and follows the advice to feel happy and healthier.
James Smith is the world’s fastest-growing online personal trainer. Honest, unapologetic and outspoken, yet erudite, authentic and endlessly passionate about exposing the toxic myths within diet culture, and committed to helping people to reach their goals and make positive change for good. Not a Diet Book is his first book. You can join the James Smith Academy here. The best gift you can give yourself is a slim, beautiful, healthy belly--and in this book, Dr. Kellyann, an expert I trust, tells you exactly how to get it." - Mehmet Oz, M.D. This is another weight-loss book that promises you will lose belly fat in a short period of time (10 days to be exact). Kellyann Petrucci, MS, ND, is the author of "The 10-Day Belly Slimdown" and also serves as concierge doctor to Hollywood celebrities.James Smith isn't about that life. He wants you to join his program (or don't, you can learn a lot from him for free on social media), learn as much as you want or need, and then go on about your life without a recurring bill showing up on your credit card each and every month until you die. (Except maybe that gym membership charge. But only if you use it. :P) Motivating, inspiring and the type of book that will make you question your own quest for success and the lengths you’re prepared to go to to live a happy and fulfilled life – whatever that looks like to you – Not a Diet Book should be required reading for everyone who needs incentive, stimulus and inspiration to better themselves as the start of a new decade approaches. Readers will finish Not a Diet Book, equiped with the knowledge they need to not only embrace a healthier and more balanced relationship with food and exercise, but too with the tools for success to excel in all areas of their life.
This is the book I have looking for my whole adult life since having children. I have been skinny ,fat, skinny, fat, my while life. James Smith is armed with every tool you’ll ever need to achieve incredible results – from dieting, training and staying in shape to identifying the fads, cons and nonsense that get inA question I’m often asked is whether I prefer novels or non-fiction, and – truth be told – I don’t really have a preference. In the wake of finishing a degree in English Literature, I would have been more inclined to choose fiction rather than fact when deciding on what to read next, but these days it’s a fairly even split. I actually tend to have two books on the go at any given time – and usually gravitate more towards reading non-fiction in the early hours of the morning, and novels before I go to bed. In recent years I’ve come to love the lessons I learn from the number of non-fiction books I’ve read, and this year alone having read more about everything from sleep and lifestyle to business, have raced through the likes of The 5am Club, The Miracle Morning, Legacy, The Four Hour Working Week and many more besides. The title is correct, this is not a Diet Book. I learnt absolutely zero about how to do better and get fitter. There was one thing that he started to talk about, about how diets are more in our heads and we need to fix our mindsets... and I was like finally he is going to teach me something. Then that's was it. That's literally all he said.