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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
WTF Am I Supposed to Eat? A Dieter's Manifesto by C.J. English is an engaging book that will encourage readers on their journey of pursuing health. The book throws light on what it really takes to lose weight, what it really takes to keep weight off, the truth about what is really healthy, and what will actually kill us. The author encourages readers to first find out what works out for them, which is actually the key to weight loss, and then work on that to build the foundation for lasting weight-loss results. Filled with some lip-smacking recipes, the book guides readers to follow a healthy diet plan and make losing weight enjoyable.
The book is informative and does not make weight loss seem to be a hard task as the author asks readers only to make small changes so that they can produce small results over a long period of time. Diet books are usually all about changing overnight or changing habits more than one can handle, but this book has good suggestions and tips to put a stop to weight gain. The recipes look delicious and they focus on maintaining healthy eating habits. The book is refreshing and fun to read and makes weight loss look easy and fun. The author makes readers look at dieting in a different way and gives good information on how to make a vegetarian diet tasty. It is definitely a must-have and a must-read for all those who want practical, healthy, and easy guidelines for better living.