Diet Books

August 8th, 2009

Diet books are and have been quite popular.  You only buy it once, unless of course you lose it, and ideally speaking you can keep using it for life or otherwise learn to follow the basic steps for life.  So there are a few ones that are more popular than some others. 

For example, there is “Eat This, Not That Supermarket Survival Guide” by David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding.  It basically tells you about the nutrients to shop for, not necessarily for weight loss but for health in general. 

Another one is “Cook Yourself Thin.”  It is based on a Lifetime Network television series, and it shares the secrets and philosophies apparently for weight loss with certain recipes even provided. 

Third, you get the Biggest Loser 30 Day Jumpstart.  Of course, this comes from the popular TV show the Biggest Loser. It is written by quite a few cast members, and it has been quite popular. 

But the most popular has been the “Flat Belly Diet.”  The name alone gives it some popularity level.  But it is created and written by the editors of Prevention Magazine.  It promises you could lose 15 pounds in just 32 days and it breaks down nutrients, exercise, and otherwise.  Frankly, not all of these work, especially not for extreme results like 15 pounds in 32 days, but they certainly are a cheaper alternative in the long run.