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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite
Choose to Lose by Casey Hayden propounds a complete regime for weight control. It consists of different meal plans called phases I, II and III. The complete 28-day plan is made up of four weeks, each week composed of two days of phase I meals, another two days of phase II meals, and the remaining three days of phase III meals. Each of the three phases, the ingredients, and contribution to the body’s wellness is covered in detail. The book also suggests an array of menus appropriate for each phase, in addition to proposing a comprehensive exercise plan. The best advice is the last one: “Stay positive. Look forward to a better tomorrow…you will be encouraged to keep your new found habits and begin to live a happy life again.”
Choose to Lose by Casey Hayden is dieting with the help of meals specially formulated to meet the body’s needs. The help of extensive directions given to prepare the suggested menus and the ample exercises included with the plan should remove the drudgery from weight control, making it child’s play. The instructions given are quite clear and concise. This, and the fact that at no stage does this book talk of dieting, always suggesting a menu instead, should endear the book to those looking for a pleasant way to shed fat. This is a very good book, making the tedious task of controlling one's weight a more enjoyable experience.