Former Celebrity Trainer on NBC's hit show, The Biggest Loser & Dr. Phil's Ultimate Weight Loss Challenge
"I'm so excited about Abby Campbell's new book, One Size Does NOT Fit All Diet Plan. What she has done is awesome and so needed on bookshelves everywhere!"
Former Contestant of NBC's Hit The Biggest Loser Season 9
"I have been asked to endorse, sell, and review a lot of products. I can say without hesitation or reservation that this is the first book that I agreed to review, and there is a reason for this. I have worked with the best of the best trainers and nutritionists, and Campbell ranks right up there with those I've worked with. The nutrition planning, blueprints, and examples are on target. As you read this book, you are turning the pages on the chapter of your fate, in a good way."
6-time National Champion, 3-time World Gold Medalist
"This book is spot on! Tremendous mix of biochemistry and common sense. There are many fads out there, but this will change your quality of life with permanent health. As a world class athlete and member of the Stand Strength team, I have consulted with the author on high performance nutrition and have been given advice that led to multiple World records in powerlifting and many championships. Well, here is a cover to cover quality of health and happiness."
World Renowned Fitness Expert, CEO of Fitness Adventures USA, and Owner of Fit for Photos
"For anyone who is serious about building a healthy lifestyle, this is the book for you! One Size Does NOT Fit All Diet Plan will put you on the right track by helping you build healthy habits, even if it's one habit at a time. The meal planning portion is only a bonus!"
ISAAC WARBRICK PH.D.
Researcher, Exercise Physiology and Chronic Illness
Massey University, New Zealand
"Obtaining correct information about weight loss these days is often a matter of unlearning nutritional here-say, than actually learning anything new. Marketers are notoriously good at appealing to the consumer by offering an endless variety of options though a one size fits all approach to health and weight loss. Rather than basing her program on a particular superfood or the teachings of some extreme dietary guru, Abby's program is based on simple and solid dietary principles which make sense and work! Abby backs each step of her plan with scientific evidence, which brings peace of mind."
SUSAN B. HAGLOCH
Library Journal (December 2012)
"Personal trainer and nutritionist Campbell emphasizes sound nutritional knowledge and the use of unprocessed foods. She points out that such food items are much cheaper than processed varieties and save money as well as calories. Her system of 'counting blocks' fine-tunes diets according to the individual's weight. Eating every three hours keeps hunger at bay and each meal consists of a set amount of a type of food, i.e., protein, starch, fat, etc. VERDICT: Somewhat complicated but sound, this book will appeal to the detail-oriented dieters."
"Food can be used as a poison or a prescription. Why not use it as a prescription for good health? Weight loss is only a great side effect."See all Editorial Reviews
I bought this book based on the glowing reviews but I was disappointed. The title is very provocative but it is also misleading because it states the obvious. Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by P. J. Byron
"One Size Does NOT Fit All" is the most practical, understandable, simple, doable, and encouraging book on healthy eating I have ever come across! Read morePublished on May 31, 2013 by Charisa Billigmeier
After using my body as a garbage disposal for two pregnancies I found myself overweight and miserable! I wanted to lose the weight so bad but I just couldnt get it right.. Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by Cassandra-Jean Sprout
This book is absolutely amazing! I am so glad to have found something that makes sense! I am glad to finally have something that will help me with each level of my journey into... Read morePublished on March 15, 2013 by Laura Beth Fealtman
I rated this 5 stars because it is an ideal tool for planning a good diet. Since it is a personalized diet, it caters to men and women of every size, and is fully customizable. Read morePublished on March 15, 2013 by Kathy Stratford
Abby's book, "One Size Does Not Fit All" pretty much sums it up by her title. This is a great book because she sees people as individuals with different needs. Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by Lynne R. LeBlanc
I received my copy of Abby Campbell's new book, "One Size Does Not Fit All" and I must say that it is the best book I have ever read about the real nutrition on how to finally get... Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Elsa Alaniz
Finally, something that makes sense. I struggle constantly with what, where, when, why and how to eat. Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by Zintka Fox