How did the book come about? Why I wrote this book is because in my last 10 years of work experience, I have found that most people are so scared of food. They are not seeing food for its true value, but just as calories. They think food can make them fat, it can give them high cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes. So, in a sense, I wanted to remove this fear of food among people. Of course, I also did not want to disregard a very important aspect that is overlooked by most books — mind control… what you can do or cannot do….

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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Trying to lose weight? Running around in circles where you Lose. No wonder it's difficult to stay in shape. Because circles go on and on. But what if weight gain is just a symptom? A symptom not only of how we eat food, but how we treat food? A symptom not only of how we cook food, but how we look at food? What if losing weight doesn't begin with what's on your plate but with what's on your mind?

For the first time in India, a leading nutritionist has worked with psychologists to give you a combined mind-body weight loss solution. Figure out not just what to eat, but also why you eat the way you do. Tackle the problem at the source. So that you can Lose. Until you don't need to lose any more. Pooja Makhija reminds us that food is not something to be feared, worshipped or abused. Her scientific approach puts food at the centre of weight loss, so that you can EAT your way to a thinner you.

So that you can Eat. Everywhere I go, in all my travels, the resounding echo of Pooja's food instructions resonates on my plate And if this sounds scary, don't worry - she is far too attractive to be afraid of! Read more Read less. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Frequently bought together. Add both to Cart Add both to List.

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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. Pooja never fails to be amazed by the power of nutrition and has witnessed time and again how something as simple as understanding the importance of food can bring about huge, transformational changes in people's lives. Pooja has recently launched her own wellbeing clinic, Nourish, and she works and lives in Mumbai.

This is her first book. Don't have a Kindle? Customer reviews. How does Amazon calculate star ratings? The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. 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 buy 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 purchase 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. Emotional eating, will power etc. This is all good but it should be mentioned on the cover. I don't have any cravings or 'Emotional' problems. I bought this book written by a nutritionist to learn more about food choices, better eating, better timing etc and all I have got is some Psychological GYAN which is all very nice but not what I bought the book for.

A really insightful book with simple analogy that will help you understand what food is good, what is harmful and when you should eat what. We are so lost in our day to day lives that we don't pay any attention to food and our lifestyle and simple things become complicated! This book will help you understand the dynamics of food and how eating the right food can help you loose all the excess weight you want to.

I personally have lost 3 kgs already and am on my way to lose all the extra kilos! Must read for all. But needs a patient read. It's unlike a similar book by Rujuta Diwekar titled Dont lose your mind, lose your weight, in that Rujuta's book is a real quick and easy read.

Very crisp and to the point.. This one takes a lot of time to come to the point and dwells a lot on the mental toughness part, on building the mindset and the willpower. Not bad but like I said, someone like me who loves such books had the patience to go through it but am not sure if it can hold attention of many others.

If there's only one book you want to read on Nutrition, read Rujuta's book. Light and Easy read, Practical concepts to weight management! Pretty well laid out read. Recommended for anyone looking to be more fit! I did not agree with the analysis on Coconut though! Excellent book with a ton of useful information.

Every health conscious person's guide to nutrition. A myth-breaker and an eye-opener. Oil less, no sugar, no coconut. Similar to other 2 reviews, I also go by Rujuta's book which truly is about nutrition. This doesn't give enough justification on consuming particular diet, rather dwells on no sugar or oil or eating tasteless food. How long can anyone stay away from sugar or oil or ghee? Why should one follow diet which they can't keep going for life long.

Rujuta's book celebrates our culture.. Tradition and food as such. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews.


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It emphasises the connection between food and our minds, and suggests ways to develop the right relationship with food, and avoid the vicious cycle of losing and gaining weight, through guidelines based on scientific principles backed by psychologists. Weight loss begins by assessing what's on your mind rather than merely what's on your plate. In other words, we must first understand our relationship with food, what role it plays in our life, how we view it, and why we eat certain foods at certain times. Weight gain is a symptom rather than the problem, and hence needs to be tackled right at the source. In Eat. One of the chapters of the book pertains to willpower and busts the common myths surrounding it. The book suggests that willpower exists in each one of us, and is a skill that can be developed or strengthened just like any other.


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Separating mood from food, Pooja Makhija vehemently lobbies against starvation. In stark contrast, are those who step into Nourish , her Mumbai clinic, seeking prescriptions for weight loss. Her agony at the thought of so many people fearing food, and the success she garnered by fending this fear, made Pooja pen a best-seller, Eat. With Dr.


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