Saturday, June 4, 2011

Review: 29 Days ... to Your Perfect Weight by Michele Bertolin and Richard Fast

29 DAYS ... to your perfect weightDiets, fads and quick fixes to losing weight never last. If, and that's a big IF, people manage to reach their desired weight, they seldom know how to keep it off. Statistics show that 97% of dieters gain the weight back and even more. Losing weight, without the ability to keep it off, effortlessly and permanently, is of little value. In 29 DAYS ... to your perfect weight, you will change your fundamental beliefs. For twenty-nine days your "free" online coach will guide you through a life changing step-by-step journey toward developing a new awareness of the triggers and causes of your weight gain. With a new understanding of your old eating habits, you can effortlessly create new habits that will be with you for good. 29 DAYS does not require willpower or a restricted diet. By changing the way you think and feel you can effortlessly lose your excess weight and keep it off ... for the rest of your life.

Received from the publicist for review.

This one gets four stars.  It is a comprehensive book that covers all the mental blocks to weight loss and goal achievement such as the downsides to achieving your weight loss goal, etc.  The authors present the material in a clear, concise way that is easily readable and manageable.  You feel as if the authors really do care about the reader and have the reader's best interests at heart.  The language is very positive and the program is extremely doable, not requiring any extreme diet or exercise programs. 

The first section of the book is the book itself, which explains the system and outlines the program steps.  The second section is more of a journal with a couple of pages for each day to record one's progress and thoughts, etc.  The two together make for a very thorough combination. 

I highly recommend this to anyone searching for a sane weight loss and lifestyle change plan.

★★★★ = Really Liked It


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