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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Weight Loss That Works is a multi-targeted approach to weight loss and self help penned by Dr Linda Hodges, one which advocates the ‘Secrets to Restoring Confidence and Reclaiming Your Body’. In a world of generic quick fixes and cure-all hocus pocus, this practical guide explains the personalization of weight loss and personal attitudes to weight rather than reaching for a general solution. Dr Linda Hodges insists that proper emotional and mental attitude are essential for losing weight as well as keeping it off, and also includes biological and physical advice to explain why some diet plans work for individuals and others simply don’t.
It was refreshing to read a book about weight loss that didn’t just advocate fruits and vegetables and going to the gym every day: in fact, this book doesn’t put together any ‘plan’ or ‘diet’ at all. What it is useful for is as a companion to whatever plan or diet you may choose to go on, as it helps to explain the mental and physical difficulties that accompany the weight loss process and often end up being the reasons that we give up or fail when we don’t see progress as we expected. Dr Linda Hodges writes with great clarity about the different physical difficulties that we experience, and how these can get in the way before you even begin to try a diet plan. Weight Loss That Works provides a psychological companion to any lifestyle to help you stay motivated and understand your body better during your weight loss journey.