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The 5 Minute Snack Diet; Lose Weight Without Counting Calories or Starving…

by Benjamin Swartzman

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This is a very easy book to read. Any diet is a real pain to implement. That being said, I am going to read this book again and try to at least implement parts of it. Please read this book, it may help you more than you think. ( )
1 vote roadway2000 | Nov 2, 2011 |
Review first published on my blog: http://memoriesfrombooks.blogspot.com/2011/10/five-minute-snack-diet.html

The Five Minute Snack Diet is, of course, a diet book. The central idea of the book is to break up your eating into six meals a day - 3 meals and 3 snacks - with each one being a smaller quantity of course. The book does make suggestions as to food choices, but primarily focuses on the behavior aspects. Some of the behaviors addressed are the mental approach to our health, sleep, exercise, hydration, and the multiple meals.

The book presents common sense information nicely organized by topic. It does not offer a magic cure, which is a really good thing because as we all know, there is no magic cure. It presents ideas for food choices, but does not present lists of prescribed foods.

Overall, the ideas in the book have been seen in many sources before, but the book does a good job of presenting them in a concise, organized manner.

*** I received this book as part of the LibraryThing Member Giveaway program. *** ( )
  njmom3 | Oct 25, 2011 |
This book is pretty helpful and gives sound advice. There are good tips and pointers. It needs to have another run-through with an editor to correct some of the typos, but all in all, I was impressed. Very good information here. I would recommend this book not only to someone concerned about losing weight, but also to anyone concerned about their general health and well-being. ( )
  VikingGypsy | Oct 21, 2011 |
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