qAs readable as a novel. But more importantly, sane and sensible - and very funny.q Marina O'Loughlin Restaurant Critic aMy BMI is 22, my hip-to-waist ratio passes muster with the medical profession, and given the right light, when wearing the right underwear, I have even been referred to as qslimq. A small miracle given my alcohol intake, addiction to crisps, and erratic approach to exercise ...a Ever started a new diet and found yourself reaching for the wine and chocolate within a week? Well now you can! Jane Wenham-Jones, best-selling author and columnist, offers 100 tips on slimming down without sacrifice. Quirky but useful, fun but factual, Janeas approach is a unique mixture of everyday science, the right mental attitude, and common-sense strategies, designed to fit in with your busy life. With advice on aparty weeksa, dressing to hide the pounds, and how to lose weight fast when a big date looms, Jane offers tactics that work where most diets fail. From eating a chilli a day to speed up your metabolism, to doing quick bursts of exercise with rapid results, to simply thinking yourself skinnier, these tried-and-tested methods will see you leaner and fitter a while allowing for a daily fix of the foods you love.bum. looks. big. in. this... I amprobably not thin enough to be writing a diet book. Which is why thisisna#39;t one. Dona#39;t they allsaythat! The writersofdiets dotheir best to avoid theword. Theymay callitan a#39;Eating Plana#39;, a a#39;Whole New Approacha#39;, or put the emphasis on a change of a#39;Lifestylea#39;. ... One funsized Mars Bar, say, ora small glass of drywhite wine. Whata#39;s ... Whole volumes have been written about how, when you drastically reduce yourcalories, your body thinksita#39;s starving (andso doyou!)anbsp;...
|Title||:||100 Ways to Fight the Flab|
|Publisher||:||Accent Press Ltd - 2013-12-20|