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Go Undiet: 50 Small Actions for Lasting Weight Loss Paperback – May 2, 2011
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GoUndiet exposes the dangers of processed foods that add a huge number of empty calories and harmful chemicals to our diet. Once we recognize how these foods affect our bodies, causing "mysterious" weight gain and destroying our health, it's much easier to stay motivated and make positive changes.
This isn't the first book to explore the subject, nor will it be the last. What makes this book valuable is the way the information is presented. Readers can choose to follow all 50 recommendations at once, or make one or two changes at a time until all the unhealthy habits are eliminated. Diets fail because they require drastic changes that can't be maintained during our on-the-go lives. GoUndiet addresses this issue, by providing easy substitutes available anywhere, anytime.
If you have tried every diet on the planet without result, I highly recommend this approach instead. It truly is an UnDiet, and you'll feel healthier and more energetic in just a few days, without giving up your favorite foods or the occasional treat.
Tsang and I agree on a lot, particularly unDiet's basic premises, she says:
"I believe in science, but I'm also a believer in common sense...this book is built around common sense"
"Only life-long habits will give you long-term results."
"You don't need another rigid meal plan...or rules for the road to follow."
Tsang doesn't mess around telling you what changes are important for you to make to eat healthier. She's also clear that your efforts won't necessarily be easy in our fast- and convenience-food world. She implores you to be ready, mentally and emotionally, to change your habits.
Tsang's information, condensed into about 150 pages, is generally research-based, accurate and current. Go unDiet doesn't unveil much new that the nutrition-conscious reader hasn't heard or read over and over. Rather she unwinds the puzzle of healthy eating in an understandable and approachable manner. She breaks the dense content of nutrition, healthy eating and tips for shopping and food prep, into understandable bites.
Tables, ingredient lists and cooking methods dispersed throughout the book, drive her practical points home. Within chapters and then again recapped in an appendix, are the 50 unDiet Actions. She summarizes each chapter with 5 Small Steps to unDiet.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was not what I expected. Not helpful to my situation. Difficult to read as an ebook. Perhaps as a paperback or hardcover, it might be better. Read morePublished on November 26, 2013 by James Brown
Like most people, you have tried every diet known to man. Whatever weight you are able to lose comes right back. Read morePublished on July 24, 2013 by Paul Lappen
Excellent help for changing your lifestyle and get healthy.. And written by a registered dietitian..And this makes it easy with small stepsPublished on March 25, 2012 by Linda Lang
As a registered dietitian, I hate diets because they're a recipe for nutritional disaster. Go Undiet is the perfect antidote to all the confusing advice you get about what to eat... Read morePublished on November 1, 2011 by Thomas J Loughlin
What I love most about Go UnDiet is that nutrition veteran, Gloria Tsang, RD, tackles weight management through the pursuit of health management. Read morePublished on July 7, 2011 by David Grotto
Gloria Tsang has written a beautifully concise and informative book for those who want to manage their weight, eat right and make more informed food choices. Read morePublished on June 19, 2011 by Margaret Davis