Book Reviews - Biographies
In the world of eating healthy foods, it can be very helpful to read how another has taken their journey. These biographies help you learn more about individuals who have dealt with weight loss.
Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere / Eating Issues
Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere is a missive from authors Kate Harding and Marianne Kirby - both self-proclaimed fat and happy bloggers. The book encourages all fat people to embrace their state in life.
Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere / Emotional Issues
Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere is a book with the impact of The Secret on people who are fat. The authors - both self proclaimed fat and happy people - explain that being fat is about accepting and embracing who you are.
Lessons from the Fat-o-Sphere / Weight Issues
Lessons from the Fat-o-Sphere discusses issues of weight and health in modern America. This "Secret" like book holds great pearls of wisdom, but like the Secret, it needs to be read with an alert mind.
Losing It - Valerie Bertinelli
Valerie Bertinelli has always seemed the girl next door with the charmed life. She was married to rocker Eddie Van Halen, star of One Day at a Time, beautiful, funny. When we hear about the things she went through, it´s like our best friend coming into our kitchen and sharing her troubles.
Naturally Thin - Bethenny Frankel
In Naturally Thin, Bethenny Frankel talks about her many celebrity encounters and her ability to survive on a raisin and an almond for lunch. In between she does actually offer some sound healthy eating advice.
So I Need to Lose 15 Pounds
Shiho Torii is a Japanese manga (comic book) author who decided to keep a running blog for 5 months on her attempts to lose 15 pounds. This ends up to be a very funny look at how universal weight loss and stress really are.
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Mark Austin ate only at a McDonald´s restaurant for 30 days straight. He lost 14 pounds, went from 16% fat to 9%, and reduced his cholesterol from 234 to 147. This book explains how he did it.
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