Search results. 8 results for Books: "Pooja Makhija" Sudoul Raha - Marathi Version of Eat. Delete. by Suniti Kane and Pooja Makhija. Start by marking “Eat Delete” as Want to Read: - The writing is not condescending and demeaning to women as opposed to the book I read by some famous nutritionist. They way all issues are addressed and tackled pertaining to weight loss and healthy living is commendable. A symptom not only of how we eat food, but how we treat food? Why I read it: From Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor to Sushmita Sen, big names of Bollywood have left no stone unturned to promote this book. Also, Pooja Makhija was awarded Best Nutritionist at Vogue Beauty Awards
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Rujuta Diwekar. About the Author Nutritionist to the stars and a devoted mother of two, Pooja Makhija is one of India's leading experts on nutrition and has counselled over 15, clients. Read more. Product details Paperback: Collins India April 21, Language: English ISBN Start reading Eat Delete: Don't have a Kindle?
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. I've always followed Makhija's articles on eating right. So when i came across this book I immediately bought it to read what she has to say. The title is very interesting. It's a good book but i find it the contents very ok I like the portion when she starts giving details of diet.
You can read this book at one go I got this book at a good rate but if you download from elsewhere at a higher rate then its not worth it But this book is an average read for all fitness freaks. In all, a decent book One person found this helpful. It is a very good book. I've been following the plan outlined here for only a week and I already see a change in my body, while - at the same time- I'm not feeling hungry or deprived.
I have previously read Rujuta Divekar's book and even though I liked the ideas presented there, there was not enough practical info there to get me started.
I like that Pooja Makhija gives specific plans with types of food and portion sizes adjusted to the BMR and teaches how to calculate it. It is much easier for me to follow than the "mitahara" concept from Rujuta's book - my body seems so disregulated that eating the amount of food that seemed ok to me only made me gain more weight.
I also like the straightforward rule of 1 hour of daily excercise and I have benefitted a lot from the advice on psychological approach to weight loss that Pooja's book offers.
It's like you download a book with a title of 'fit for life' and find that the book is about a 3 week detox or weight loss plan.
Even if the plan is genuine it is not what I bought the book for. This book mainly emphasizes on the Psychological aspects of eating.
But when i completed the third chapter i saw a little shift in my thoughts regarding food that we consume and this all got more and more vivid as i turned the pages more and more This book is really wonderful if you read it with a mindset of acquiring knowledge about what our body do with the food that we feed it with and what is the food-body relationship?
I believe that even the least of sensible person knows that loosing weight is not like.. Kgs of weight lost.
But sadly even the high intellect kinds fell prey to things like crash diets, weeks and days detox diet plan etc etc. Today obesity has become one of the world's most concerned health problem because it brings along further health issues. But still for lot of people today weight loss is associated with looking glam..
This book only tells you to love your food and moreover love your body and most importantly trust your body. And honestly i absolutely loved this idea. I don't know about others but North Indians are bashed for their voracious eating habits and I being a North Indian know how difficult it is to keep the calorie count of your food or even stay away from simple carbs as elders will nag you to the point of forcing it down in your mouth and youngsters will pester you with their oodles of diet questions that you may just decide to give up on it all and rather enjoy with them that Samosas, khastas , chat tikiya and what not..
Though the book will not provide with the details of calories count of every food according to every region or family culture but then no book is exhaustive. If we are dedicated we can do this work by ourselves. Every food product today provide all these in their labels but then some may think why create so much fuss over it but i think slowly by observing this habit you can develop an idea of the nutritive values of the food that you daily eat.
This book teaches you that every body has its own calorie burning capacity and it does it even if you do not do an iota of exercise. So if we know the functioning of our body and its calorie burning capacity plus if we keep little knowledge of the food that we eat i think we all can manage well to continue walking on the path of health conscious eating. Aim for fit and healthy body and eating right at the right time in the right proportions will definitely give you the right body. Jun 15, Ashwyn Mittal rated it it was ok.
There are some very good real life examples in the book. You will definitely gain some positive knowledge on weight loss from this book.
Cons 1. Starting of the Book is not very interesting. It deals with your psychological relationship with food. But if you continue reading it becomes a little bit interesting and shows the mistake you are making in daily life.
It starts by convincing you about avoiding unhealthy foods without telling anything about which foods are unhealthy. This book presupposes that all the weight gain due to binge and tells you psychological ways to avoid binge.
Psychological advice is given on how not to stop in between a diet control programme without giving any knowledge on how to make a diet plan, what to eat and not to eat. All Psychological advice should have been given at the end of the book and not in begining.
All Psychological motivation is general and applies to any task, So that you don't leave it in-between. Why it has to be given in a weight loss book that too at the begining. But again the Third Section ' Invest' is full of Psychological advice. Writer wants you to write a long letter to the food you eat. In the 4th Section is again full of psychological advice on how to avoid over eating on Social occasions and Vacations. Out of 4 Sections 3 are full of psychological advice.
Only 1 section talks about weight loss tips.
Mar 13, Aishwariya Loganathan rated it it was amazing. Weight loss books are a dime a dozen, but this is the first book I came across that devotes a whole section to the mindset change necessary for weightloss. It is written well and covers a lot of ground.
I highly recommend this book to those who like to re-read their weight loss books for inspiration. I read this book in or so. Read it again now in when I needed some motivation. Jun 09, Vidya rated it liked it Shelves: In this book, Pooja reinforces the priniciples Rujuta has spelt out in her book, Dont Lose your mind, lose your weight. And , finally she does the unusual, she provides a ready to follow diet-plan based on your BMR, which she makes you calculate in the book.
A list of food to eat and to avoid from world-cuisines, is also provided towards the end of the book, so that we ourselves are self-sufficient in deciding what choices to make while travelling or planning for a dinner party in a restaurant. I am very much satisfied with this book, everything right from the content to the presentation was perfect.
A must read for everyone , trying to stay healthy while not starving ones self. Dec 17, Vikram Ponnoju rated it liked it.
This book does not address all the aspects of weight loss program. It just concentrates on the food that we take and most often it exaggerates the amount of focus we should put on food. Sep 21, Sintu Rongpipi rated it it was amazing. Though I always end up not following the recommended diet..
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