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DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
7/20/12 10:37 A

Diet self help books will just confuse you. I even find stuff on this site that are contradictory to each other. Find a health plan that works for you and stick to it. I chose to go more raw. I cook very little and don't heat my food over 118 degrees. I found recipes free on line and through facebook that are awesome and taste phenomenal. I chose to do HIIT over normal cardio. I find normal cardio extremely boring and the benefits only last while you are doing the exercise instead of like with HIIT, I am still burning fat 36 hours later. (I did the research)

Books aren't going to teach you what your specific body needs. I have found that most are geared to the standard american diet which I refuse to follow.

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,196
7/19/12 9:12 A

Save your $$!
The Spark book and this website is all you really need.

BRATT6504 Posts: 928
7/19/12 8:59 A

I just got done reading the spark book. I am looking for a new diet book to keep me going. I would like a few suggestions. I find if I read suggestions it guides me to eat and do the right things. Thanks.

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