Taming Your Monster Appetite

Find a Healthy Lifestyle You Can Live With

Non-Fiction - Health - Fitness
149 Pages
Reviewed on 07/26/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Taming Your Monster Appetite: Find a Healthy Lifestyle You Can Live With by Jennifer Minigh tackles the topic of having a beastly appetite for food and how, once active, the monster grows by feeding its own desires. The book is a handy teaching tool to tame and retrain the appetite, one's lifestyle in general, and reprogram the mindset about food and exercising. All dysfunctional relationships with food will be broken after reading this book as it will give readers an understanding of the difference between dieting and a lifestyle change, and an appreciation for exercise and new foods; an awareness not only about food quality and portions, but also about the marketing ploys that are tricky, and the tools to overcome hunger, temptation, and bad food choices. If you think it is time to change your mind set, break the cycle, and make a permanent lifestyle change that will eradicate dieting forever, then this is the book for you.

The topic is relevant and the author’s encouraging approach will help readers to decide upon the lifestyle changes they need to make. The fundamental goal of the book is not to get rid of the extra weight or inactivity, but to get rid of the factors that cause these. There are some fun sketches in the book which will bring a smile to the faces of readers, at the same time giving clarity to what the author is trying to convey. The book is a handy guide to all those readers who want to change their lifestyle by adopting a healthy diet and good food choices. It is also a good book to read to get the right tips and advice when it comes to the process of changing one's lifestyle.