Book Review of Eating Less Is Making You Fat:By Vijay Thakkar
Book Review of Eating Less Is Making You Fat: How To Lose Weight Without Starving Penned By Vijay Thakkar
People who are overweight are often advised to eat less to get back in shape as it is believed to be the most effective way of getting rid of those extra kilos. However, eating less may actually do more harm than good for such people as has been explained by celebrity health coach Vijay Thakkar in his book Eating Less Is Making You Fat.
The author, who is also a functional medicine expert unravels the truth about why starving is not the best way to lose weight.
Premise – Eating Less Is Making You Fat: How To Lose Weight Without Starving
The book explains how eating right rather than eating less can help people to maintain appropriate body weight. It also explains the impact of hunger and satiety on the human body along with the concepts of nutrition, metabolism, and calorie-deficit diets. The book offers suggestions about ensuring sustainable weight management and educates the readers about the importance of living a healthy life. The author backs his theories about the importance of eating right with data and science as well as his lifelong expertise. The book even offers easy-to-follow lifestyle tips, wholesome recipes, and an effective workout guide to help people in their weight loss journey.
Who Should Read It – Eating Less Is Making You Fat: How To Lose Weight Without Starving
The book is must read for people trying to lose weight without having to starve themselves. It is also a good read for people who want to understand the science behind weight loss and the maintenance of optimal body weight. Most importantly, the book is highly recommended for people willing to challenge traditional weight loss techniques and who understand the importance of food for leading a healthy life.
Writing Style – Eating Less Is Making You Fat: How To Lose Weight Without Starving
The author has used simple words and phrases throughout the book and has done a wonderful job of explaining the various concepts in detail. He has used diagrams, charts, ratios, and food pyramids to make it easier for readers to understand various concepts. The book is well structured and divided into chapters with precise paragraphs and pointers. The book also features fun facts about food and health between chapters to enhance the knowledge of the readers.
The cover page design is simple and features only the title of the book along with the author’s name on a bold red background.
Final Verdict: Eating Less Is Making You Fat: How To Lose Weight Without Starving
This is a good book for readers seeking a practical weight loss solution and understanding the importance of eating right and I give it a rating of 4.5/5.
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