Sunday 24 February 2013

Weight Loss Books Reviews

Weight Loss Books
Given the popularity of Weight Loss Books and Diet Books, it was only a matter of time before we gave them the No.1 Reviews treatment! Combined with our consideration of Weight Loss Programs, our reviews of Weight Loss Books brings together in one place all of the information you need in order to decide which diet is most likely to produce the best results for you. This is great news given how many products there are on the market, all of which claim to have the newest angle or the latest scientific formula that’s guaranteed to result in weight loss. Our reviews of these products assess all of these Weight Loss Books based on the same objective criteria: their success rate, user testimonials, ease of use, features, additional materials and value for money; so once you’ve read through the reviews in this category, you should have everything you need to make an informed decision about which diet plan to try.

As noted in our Buying Guide for this category, weight loss books are written from a number of different perspectives and as such, no one individual book will be suitable for all dieters. The plethora of weight loss books on the market are written by nutritionists, fitness experts, weight loss experts, medical doctors, celebrities and even ordinary people and collectively cover a wide range of different angles, timescales and overall aims. Some books aim give followers the tools they need to make serious, long-term and self-driven changes to their diet and health in order to sustain healthy, long-term weight loss. Other books (unashamedly) concentrate on short-term weight loss, providing followers with strict dietary plans, recipes and guidelines to produce quick results. As you would expect, our in-depth, expert reviews of these products identify the type of diet you can expect from each one and the timetable for results, as well as the particular theme of the diet. All of this information should help our readers make a decision about which one is right for them.

Tom Venuto’s ‘Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle’ comes out on top, taking the No.1 Choice award in this category. Although you may not have heard about this product before (it certainly doesn’t have the sort of instant recognition that other books, such as Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution, have) we were incredibly impressed by the comprehensiveness of the product and everything it had to offer. Advertised as a ‘fat loss’ program and not a ‘weight loss’ program, ‘Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle’ is a one-stop-shop for reducing the amount of fat you’re carrying whilst also improving muscle mass. The subject of a number of positive reviews and hailed by Oprah Magazine as one of the best Weight Loss Books in the business, we’re sure that you’ll see positive results by using this book.

That’s not to say we weren’t impressed by other services in this category. The ever popular ‘The Truth About Abs’ took the number 2 spot, whilst blockbusters such as Lisa Lillien’s ‘Hungry Girl 1-2-3’, Marisa Peer’s ‘You Can Be Thin’ and the creepily successful ‘I Can Make You Thin’, by hypnosis expert Paul McKenna all appear in our top ten in this category. If you’re looking for a way to lose weight and you’re not sure which book or plan to choose, head over to our extensive reviews into the best Weight Loss Books on the market for the ‘skinny’ on everything you need to know to choose the right diet for you.

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