The Fitness Chef: Lose Weight Without Losing Your Mind Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Find a path to weight loss without anxiety, pressure and guilt.
Discover how to enjoy weight loss by:
- Staying focused on what matters
- Letting go of what doesn't matter
- Understanding why you don't need to suffer to lose weight
- Continuing to enjoy food and nights out with friends and family
Graeme Tomlinson, a.k.a. the Fitness Chef, has helped more than a million people with his evidence-based, straight-talking infographics and two best-selling weight-loss books.
This mind-and-body reset will help you find a happier relationship with food while achieving your weight-loss goals.
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 47 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||20 January 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 32,802 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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The concept of all “calories being equal” is one that I disagree with. The idea that you can eat whatever you like provided it leaves you in a calorie deficit you will lose weight is not my experience. The author absolutely condones good, real, healthy food over others, but one look at the Facebook group shows people sharing low cal bars and snacks full of all manner of processed crap, which totally misses the point. I also have issue with the concept of ‘everything in moderation’. I do not think this is a healthy one for everyone. People who often have difficulty with overeating (particularly sugar and fat) cannot stop at one donut. This book does not take into account that everyone is different and has different triggers. It is written from the perspective of a healthy, fit, white man who I suspect has never struggled with his weight and believes calorie counting is all it takes.
This book also assumes that every individual body works the same, again, I totally disagree: I do better when I eat fewer carbs and less sugar. I also put on weight VERY easily and if I were to eat my so-called ‘maintenance’ calories as advised in this book, I put on weight. I know this and have been on this journey a while, so I know what works for me. This book is VERY one-size-fits-all (no pun intended). And as noted above, if you’re new to calorie counting it may well work for you!
There are also some basic errors on the calories listed on pg 155 which is disappointing and misleading.
It is easy to follow and encourages you to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Instead of being a book that provides strict directions, it offers more of a reflection on the process of losing weight.
In terms of reading, the experience is enjoyable, chapters are broken down in small sections rather than lengthy boring paragraphs. This makes it easy to read small sections here and there if you do not have a lot of time to sit down and read.
The infographics are used skilfully to illustrate various points.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 January 2022