From the author of “Walk Away the Pounds” comes a book designed more towards identifying and changing eating habits then laying out an in-depth exercise program.
Although Sansone states in the introduction that is book is for everyone, lines like “The average woman today eats 335 more calories per day than did the average woman thirty years ago.” clearly gear this toward women. Her warm chatty approach imparts plenty of useful information without overwhelming the reader.
Sansone takes s sound, long-term approach to America’s overeating love affair. Right up front she states there are no shortcuts to losing weight despite what advertisers would like you to believe. The dirty little secret remains, as long as one continues to consume more calories then they burn, they will gain weight and no diet supplement in the world can change that. It’s refreshing to read a diet plan based on solid nutritional information and tailored to today’s hectic lifestyle.