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Review of Break the Chains of Dieting

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[Following is an official review of "Break the Chains of Dieting" by David Medansky.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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In recent times, the population of overweight people is overwhelmingly on the rise, with many people trying to lose weight one way or another. Unfortunately for some, the result is mostly unsuccessful. Are you part of this group of people or know someone who is? This book is for you. From it, you will learn how to lose weight successfully and naturally, and as an added advantage, you don't have to break the bank or join a gym to achieve this.

Break the Chains of Dieting by David Medansky exposes the secret to easy and effective weight loss and the cause of weight gain in most people. It's an educative and informative book that, if properly implemented, will help you achieve your weight loss goal and more. Not only will you lose weight, but your overall health will also be improved, as you will be living a healthier lifestyle. Break the Chains of Dieting is a guide to achieving a healthy lifestyle.

Being overweight was something I struggled with, and I'm still struggling with it as I write this review. I was bullied and suffered from low self-esteem. Being asked to review this book came as a gift to me because, as it stands, it seems like I've found the answer to my biggest problem on a silver platter.

Will you regard a problem with an obvious solution as a problem? I don't think so. This is because you only need to implement a workable solution to your problem and find it solved. That's exactly how I feel about the book Break the Chains of Dieting. It feels like the solution to my problem, as it contains practical secrets to weight loss. It is helpful because the author utilizes the principles to get a positive result for himself. One of the secrets he shares is eating healthy. Eating healthy doesn't mean you should go on a diet; the author brings a simple, yet ignored, aspect of healthy eating. Does this already go against what you know about weight loss? Are you already trapped in the general belief that you must go on a diet to successfully lose weight? Well, you will find one of the many secrets to successfully losing weight hidden in plain sight in this book. You will also know why you should avoid processed food.

I found the book easy to read and assimilate because the author shared stories and relatable lessons to weight loss. I especially found his story the most inspiring, as he was nearing certain death before deciding to lose weight. I found it inspiring because he did indeed lose weight and is already living healthy. So, all hope isn't lost for me and countless others who desperately need the solution in this book.

The greatest lesson I learned from the book that pertained to weight loss and life was always to be positive. I've learned how to implement positivity in my life through mantras. I implemented it the second day of reading this book, and it helped me cross a particular hurdle in my life.

I found the author's questions for people struggling with weight loss and the affirmations to losing weight helpful, as they would serve as a positive guide for readers in their weight loss journey.

Overall, I found Break the Chains of Dieting a beneficial book and had no issues with it, as it was easy to read, educative, and had minimal editing problems. Therefore, I would give it a perfect rating of 4 out of 4 stars. I would recommend it to people seeking to lose weight and those struggling with weight loss.

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Think I've found the perfect book for my mum. Work out hasn't worked well for her over the days. Thanks for this review
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Loosing weight for people has been a hard task. I think this book might provide a solution for that. Thanks for the review.
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Post by GNerd »

I'd love to take my dieting seriously so this book ticked it all for me. Amazing review. Thankyou
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