by Kavita Devgan
|Page Extent:||264 pages|
|Book Size:||216 x 140 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
Long-lasting weight loss can be achieved only by changing the way you eat.To reach your ideal weight, you must move away from diets to eating right. Move away from fads to healthy habits. Thin people stay thin because these habits are embedded in their subconscious and are a part of their daily routine.Don’t Diet will help you identify 50 STAY-THIN habits spread across MIND, BODY and LIFESTYLE and give you workable cues to adopt them easily. With the help of these cues, you too can stay fit and happy. And of course, thin.DON’T WAIT. BEGIN NOW! Kavita Devgan has many avatars: she is a writer, nutritionist and weight management consultant who has transformed the lives of hundreds of clients seeking weight loss. She is a feted speaker and a popular health columnist with premier media groups. She has been writing extensively and sharing her ideas with lakhs of people for the last 15 years.Often, individuals on the heavy side of the weighing scale follow every theory to the ‘T’, try every tactic to lose all that food love which converts into fat, increasing not just the waist line but the perfect chin, the once slender shapely thighs and firm buttocks. Tending to all these ‘red alert’ problems, “Don’t Diet” by Kavita Devgan focuses on healthy habits.In a refreshing, non-preachy writing style, the author keeps you glued to the book until the last word. The read motivates and convinces you to drop all those fried sinful snacks, pointing out the small little habits that all working people get into and thus change the dimensions of our respective bodies.Addressing the mere fact that we use food as a comforter during the time of stress (a major no-no), the author says that small habits like ordering tea throughout the day too contributes to the extra calories we gain just like that! Fun to read, filled with easy and practical tips, the book can motivate anyone and everyone to lose weight. The foremost important tip that Devgan points out is that intake of water is extremely important for our body. With a proper explanation on the connection between keeping yourself hydrated and losing weight, the author has gone on to make the reader understand the importance of water.