Ten Great Books on How to Lose Weight
These books have been selected by us for their innovative ideas and realistic outlook on weight loss. They each have their own unique plan and ideas that will help you effectively lose weight. This short guide will help you decide which plan is right for you. Check them out and best wishes on your weight loss plan!
Judith Beck in "The Beck Diet Solution" outlines the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for weight loss. In short, learning to change your thoughts that result in over eating.
Don Colbert in "The Bible Cure for Weight Loss and Muscle Gain" takes a Christian Biblical approach to help with your diet and exercise.
Nan Lu and Ellen Schaplowsky in "TCM: A Natural Guide to Weight Loss That Lasts" outlines the alternative method of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) to assist with weight loss.
Wendy Chant in "Crack the Fat-Loss Code" helps readers understand the primal metabolic rate behind weight gain to help peel off pounds.
Liz Vaccariello in the "Flat Belly Diet" outlines the reasons behind a flabby waistline after 40 and how to prevent it.
Jillian Michaels in "Making the Cut" outlines an excellent 30 day diet and fitness plan to shed excess weight and increase muscle.
Weight loss coach Brooke Castillo in "If I'm So Smart, Why Can't I Lose Weight?" outlines a simple weight loss and exercise plan that avoids extremes and complexity. A good book for those who have trouble sticking with a ridiculous exercise plan.
Joy Bauer and Rosemary Black in "The 90/10 Weight Loss Cookbook" is a realistic dieting cookbook that allows for fun food and variations in your diet plan!
Jon Gabriel in "The Gabriel Method" uses a revolutionary diet free way to use positive emotions to turn off your fat storing processes to help you lose weight.
Mehmet C. Oz and Michael F. Roizen in "You: On A Diet" concentrates on working "smarter" not "harder" on weight loss by focusing on the science and emotional factors behind overeating.
Dr. Shapiro in "Dr. Shapiro's Picture Perfect Weight Loss 30 Day Plan" focuses on visual food comparison demonstrations to outline proper portion control and eating that has worked for his patients.