Discover surprising weight-loss secrets to lose weight fast and keep it off!
Want to lose weight without counting calories, starving yourself, giving up your favorite foods, or eating bland packaged foods? Would you like to look and feel younger and healthier than you have in years without diets and exercise? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, this book is for you! JJ Smith’s DEM Systemteaches proven methods for permanent weight loss that anyone can follow, no matter their size, income level, or educational level. And the end result is a healthy, sexy, slim body. JJ’s breakthrough weight-loss solution can help you shed pounds fast by detoxifying the body, balancing your hormones, and speeding up your metabolism. You’ll learn which foods help you stay slim and which foods cause you to get fat. If you have been on a roller-coaster ride of weight loss, you will finally be able to get off, lose weight, and stay slim for life!
You will learn how to...
This is your last stop on the way to a new fit and healthy you! Look and feel younger than you have in years. Create your best body - NOW!
©2012, 2013 Jennifer (JJ) Smith. All rights reserved (P)2014 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.
This ranks pretty high among self help. the only thing is that the information can be overwhelming. the Narrator just needed a little pep in her speaking voice but good overall.
out of all the fitness books, addressing hormones and diet instead of killing yourself at the gym, with no results, was refreshing.
she need a little pep in reading to make the book sound a bit more exciting.
chapter 6 about the Hormones.
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This is the best weight loss plan ever written!! Thank you JJ Smith! love you
Golf enthusiast, health and fitness
Yes, for a better understanding of the concepts.
How easy it is to lose weight
All of them...
I am so happy that this book as written. Not only did JJ make it easy to comprehend but she explained why and how things worked. After finishing the book I'm excited and motivated because I have the understanding of how food works for my body. Job well done!
This book is basically about 50% true.
My full time occupation involves writing about nutrition and formulating products in the dietary supplement and food space. Human nutrition is basically all I think about, from waking to falling asleep. My favorite past time is digging into scientific studies and exploring esoteric concepts. I also try to keep a very open mind about new concepts in this space. I don't have a set agenda (low carb, paleo, etc...).
With that said, this book is junk. About 50% of everything the author says is wrong. It's either pure conjecture with no scientific basis, or just factually inaccurate.
Worse yet, the whole book reeks of "fad diet". Things like "detoxification causes weight loss" and specifically telling readers to avoid exercise. Plus a bunch of weird quizzes that are meant to make you think you have undiagnosed problems with specific "bad foods".
Do you ever get tired? Have you ever been depressed? Sleep in on Saturdays? Poop regularly? Great news! You have a problem with environmental toxins. Try my miracle diet.
I literally couldn't read more than 1 hour of this book before having to return it. I loaded up the Great Courses Nutrition lecture to purge this nonsense from my brain. Sorry J.J. Smith, your phony credentials don't fool me. I'm going to go listen to a real Registered Dietician who's actually gone to, you know, college, for this stuff.
Avoid this book at all costs...
"Listen to something else..."
Different narrator - Janina Edwards sounds awful and it's a slow pace.
Definitely this book needed much more research. Most information seems very superficial and not well researched - there is no 'why' or 'how' answers - just the 'what'. It seems to me like the author read a few good books on the subject and compiled a superficial review of all information relevant to the average woman with little if no knowledge about weight-gain/loss and control. I found some information to be right down incorrect, heavily relying on the mainstream health myths spread by the food industry.
None whatsoever - I returned it for a credit point.
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