Review: Diet Enlightenment

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Title: Diet Enlightenment
Author: Rachel L. Piers
Category: Diets
Pub. Date: 4/15/2014
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Format: Kindle

Do you believe that dieting is supposed to be difficult? Or that you need to choose between the body of your dreams and the food you love? What if I told you that one has nothing to do with the other, and that you could lose weight eating what you want without having to go hungry?
What the multibillion-dollar dieting industry doesn't want you to know is that there is a simple and easier way to lose weight and keep it off. And, despite what you've been led to believe, it's not about low-carb diets or willpower. Think about it, if everyone lost the weight for good, it wouldn't be a billion-dollar dieting industry anymore.
In this book, I'm going to teach you how to become an enlightened dieter, and the art of calorie counting. But, this isn't your mother's calorie counting book. It's a whole new take on dieting that will change the way you think and feel about food. While you may have written off calorie counting in the past, you'll be shocked to see how quickly and effortlessly you lose the weight when you apply the techniques in this book.
Discover how to lose weight effectively and permanently. Learn how to listen to your body, how to lose weight eating the food you like, and how to free yourself from the bondage of emotional eating. Break the cycle, and end your struggles with dieting, so you can achieve lasting weight loss, attain your dream body, and find peace of mind.

My Review: 
For all of you out there that have tried every thing under the sun to loose or get in shape or just to make yourself feel better about yourself, take a good look at this new book that is out about the "DIET" word. 

First, I did like how the book was written, author Rachel L. Pires has a whole different way of think and writing. The title is what I would say that using the word Enlightenment is the Perfect compliment to the word Diet. 

Second, I was impressed about how the book was laid out.  It gave not only advice but references to how and why she came to that advice. This world, me included, have gone nuts trying to figure out how to be "Thin". We try everything under the sun, every fad and pills, surgery and etc. to be the "Perfectly Skinny Person!"

Third I have not really put into action any of the thoughts with in the pages of Diet Enlightenment. Why you may ask, Well I have some other health issues that I need to figure out how to do things so I can still be able to live with out a lot of pain. But I will say that since summer is here I am planning on putting somethings into perspective as author Rachel L. Pires tells us how. 

I will say that I was not fully confidence on some things, but you will benefit from reading and keep an open mind. Try looking at how you or what you really want from the "dieting" world. 

So for the above reasons I am giving this book my Breath of Life Rating of:

 Four Clock Rating: 

Disclosure: I did receive the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and or review. But the Opinions are my own and yours may differ.

About the Authors:  

Rachel L. Pires grew up in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. She graduated from Boston University and wrote Diet Enlightenment (April 2014). Rachel is a writer, a weight loss advisor, and a new mother. She is also a dancer, a certified advanced PADI scuba diver, and a 2nd degree black belt in Taekwondo.

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