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Burning Fat For Good Paperback – November 26, 2014
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She has provided a 'whole of life' approach to keeping in shape to maximize the quality of our lives. This book was well worth the read. Whatever level of fitness you have, you will find something in this book to help you improve it.
I can recommend her book with its uncomplicated suggestions on how to burn fat and be in better shape.
I have always struggled with my weight and the points in this book have really helped me take control of this part of my life.
I find so many health and exercise books only focus on one part of your life, but this nicely ties it all together for me which is really great (Especially the 80/20 rule)
I will probably get a few more copies and pass them on to friends like me who need little more than just the normal 'eat / dont eat list...
Great information about stress and mindset - which is a huge obstacle to gaining my own perfect health - I still don't understand quite why I resisted taking time for restorative exercise like yoga for so many years. In my mind I felt it was not a valid part of exercise or health in my life, but I have certainly discovered the positive effect in the past year.
Good (sensible) advice about nutrition which is a major player in maintaining a healthy weight, and the reason why I have started eating far less processed foods, and ordering a home delivery of organic fruit and vegetables to supplement what I forage from the supermarket and butchery.
This book is an easy, straight forward, sensible manual for a healthy lifestyle, full of great advice, delivered in a humorous and positive manner. You can feel Elly's enthusiasm beaming out from the pages. One to stay on the reading shelf for future reference, and to recommend to friends who may already have plenty of weight loss advice books on their shelves, but who are still searching for the one that will speak to them personally. This is that book they are searching for.
Although we are normally taught that if we want to burn fat we should focus on exercise and nutrition, Elly McGuinness advises that those two elements are only 60% of the solution. I particularly liked the chapter titled ‘As you think, so you are’ where Elly points out that 10% of your focus needs to be on your thoughts.
I loved the story of Jane and how her mother, who she lived with, was affecting her ability to burn fat. Elly tells about visiting Jane at home to find out why she wasn’t having success. She wrote “That was when I had the ‘aha’ moment. This woman had been feeding Jane thoughts and influencing her beliefs her whole life. One negative, self-limiting thought after another had filled Jane’s mind over the years, leading her to believe that she couldn’t lose weight. Even though she was outwardly trying to do so, her inner-most beliefs were preventing her from success.”
I highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to burn fat, lose weight, feel healthy and look great.