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Think Lean Method: The whole-brain guide to get lean for life Paperback – February 28, 2015
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"One of the epiphanies I had while reading Think Lean Method is that the Method resonates so well with the mechanisms of Neuroscience - it is in line with how the brain operates and explain the cravings as well as remedies based on the core principles of neural processes. It is a seamless link between science, practical applications, healthy eating and ultimately a higher sense of wellness. Think Lean Method is not about diets nor is it just about food - it is a revolutionary approach to life." - Dr. Pieter Rossouw, MClin Psych, PhD, MAPS, MCClin, QCA
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The Think Lean Method includes informative tips on exercising, and how to achieve a fit and toned body. They even include a exercise chart with different exercises and how often to do these to achieve a certain type of look. I've never had so much useful information in one place! This book gives you the motivation to add new healthy habits without quitting or giving up. I've tried so many diets in the past, and I can barely make it a week or two. The Think Lean Method made me realize I wasn't giving my body what it needed, and that once I got the necessary nutrients, exercise and elimination of toxic habits, that I could consistently stick to a healthy lifestyle, without even having to think about it! It helped me sit down and make a timeline of when I would meet my goals. I felt like I had a personal health coach with me the whole time!
I've been having trouble with my short term memory lately, and just by applying a few simple tips from this book, my memory has already improved. The Think Lean Method provides awesome recipes that will keep you full and satisfied. They even have meal plans for you, which takes away a bit of the stress of planning meals at the beginning! I love the Salmon Eggs Benedict recipe- it even tells you how to poach an egg, which I've always wanted to do! :)
I absolutely love the breakdown of vitamins and what foods they are in, as well as signs and symptoms of deficiencies and overdoses. I've always been the type to randomly buy vitamins just because I thought I needed them, but after reading this, I realized that I'm already getting plenty of them through my diet. I also realized that I had some symptoms of deficiencies, so I started supplementing with the ones I thought I was lacking, and I am feeling much better. The author goes into such great detail about vitamins and minerals, and I can tell that a lot of knowledge and research was put into this book.
I've learned so many things that I've never even thought of before, which is surprising to me, considering I am constantly reading online articles about health. The Think Lean Method really makes you think about your current lifestyle choices regarding sleep, diet and exercise. I think it's important to be educated about your body, especially if you plan to get it in great shape and keep it that way! The Think Lean Method is an all in one package to get you healthier, smarter, and happier!
It is amazing how the book taps into the whole mindset of keeping fit and lean. So many diet books are just that - books - because it ends up being useless information. Not the case with this book as the author gets right into how to have a healthy and happy mindset when it comes to keeping lean. I know it has been my greatest weakness, before reading this book. I just did not have a good mindset but this book has taught me how to go about that.
I highly recommend this book if you have ever been stuck and not known how to follow a healthy lifestyle.
It explains very well what food is good for you and what isn't and of course it explains why. The recipes at the end of the book are a great way to start your lean healthy diet without spending a great deal of time in the kitchen.
But it is not just about food. The author explains very well how to develop a goal and how to achieve it and how to train your brain. Fantastic!