- Diet & Weight Loss
Book Review: Go UnDiet
Are you trying to figure out how to lose weight and keep it off? Are you tired of trying the latest fad only to find that it doesn’t work, is impossible to follow for any length of time or is just plain unpleasant or unhealthy?
If you’re tired of being frustrated with your weight, being unable to lose unwanted pounds or dropping a few pounds after much hard work only to have them come right back, the book Go UnDiet: 50 Small Actions for Lasting Weight Loss by Registered Dietician Gloria Tsang just might provide you with the information that you need to get the results you want.
About Go UnDiet: 50 Small Actions for Lasting Weight Loss
Go UnDiet: 50 Small Actions for Lasting Weight Loss is not another diet book. As a matter of fact, the author doesn’t believe in diets. Tsang explains, “I wrote this book so I could share one of the most important things that I have learned from my 15 years of working in the nutrition and health fields: diets don’t work. Instead of teaching dependence on charts and plans, this book is a guide designed to help you lose weight for good by making small changes, one step at a time.”
The premise is this book lies with the belief that there isn’t a diet plan that will magically result in effective, lasting weight loss. Instead, Go UnDiet: 50 Small Actions for Lasting Weight Loss provides readers who are looking for information that can help them manage their weight with practical, nutritionally sound tips to follow, strategies to use and changes to make – and that can be made one at a time. These options will lead to wise food decisions that can result in real weight loss success and ongoing effective weight management.
What You’ll Learn from Reading Go UnDiet
As indicated by the title, when you read this book you’ll learn 50 changes you can make in regards to your eating habits that will have a positive impact on your efforts to lose weight and keep it off. None of them include following a rigid diet plan or counting fat grams, calories or carbohydrates.
You’ll learn the truth behind many popular diet myths as well as find out what foods that are commonly blamed for weight problems that are really good for you. You’ll also learn how to identify and avoid highly processed foods that are true diet disasters.
When you begin incorporating the sound nutritional advice found in this book into your daily dietary decisions, you’ll be on your way to making positive changes that can help you make wise decisions about food and that can, ultimately, be the answer to your ongoing struggle to manage your weight.
Note: Thanks to Gloria Tsang and Health Castle Media for providing me with a copy of this book. The opinions presented in this review are my own.