Tuesday, 4 March 2014
Brajesh's Review : Don't Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight
In my attempt to throw some weight around, I have been reading a few health related books over the last few months. Rujuta Divekar's "Don't Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight" has been the most sensible, logical and holistic one that I have found so far.
I would heavily recommend this book to every person, irrespective of your current health or weight state. Essentially if you are going to read only one book on weight loss (or to be correct as per the book - fat loss) this must be the one.
I am not saying this because Rujuta is Kareena's dietitian and is credited for getting her to size zero (a fact which she totally debunks in the book, including the myth of size zero). I recommend this book as it outlines an extremely balanced and sensible approach to healthy and happy living. Rujuta is totally against starving or deprivation based fat loss. In fact her favorite often repeated line in the book says, one must eat more to lose more.
She also allows enough leeway to indulge in one's favorite gajar-halwa and aloo-parathas. So if I have now piqued your interest, go pick this one up and change your life forever.
Disclaimer :- if you are looking for another fad diet which will make you lose 30 pounds in 30 days, this is not your book. (In that case you should try and read Kalli Puri's incredibly funny book titled 'Confessions of a Serial Dieter')
Rating : 5 / 5