Personal Stories of Diet and Weight Loss: and How They Do and Don’t Work

There’s nothing more convincing about the effectiveness of a diet or weight loss program than personal stories from those who have experienced them. The author and the contributors of the book Personal Stories of Diet and Weight Loss and How They Do and Don’t Work tell their personal accounts of what they experienced while going through today’s popular diets and weight loss programs. They tell you how much weight they lost, how long it took to lose the weight, and most importantly, what they had to do to lose the weight. This easy-to-read book concludes with similarities among the programs discussed and draws a summary of which programs seemed to work best while maintaining feelings of happiness and satisfaction

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous

    Truly a book you can sink your teeth into, and a quite short one that left me hungry for more. This was an interesting and unusual take on weight loss books.A different take on weight loss books: instead of presenting and advocating for a single specific diet, this book presents a buffet of approaches to, and experiences with, losing weight by profiling about a dozen different individuals.Although one diet does seem to emerge as more effective/sustainable than the others, that’s not really what this is about. Rather, it’s helping the reader to understand that…

  2. Anonymous

    ‘Whatever you struggle with your weight, you are not alone.’ Authors Harry Winn and Tommy Howell jump right into the topic they have elected to explore – the strange realm of dieting. Instead of a bio they offer the following background which is very pertinent to this book: ‘About eight years ago, Harry and I went to Cedar Point amusement park which advertises itself as the roller coaster capital of the world. At the time, I weighed about 300 pounds. My experiences on roller coasters at Disney and Six Flags parks did not prepare me for the disappointment…

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