Women & the Weight Loss Tamasha

   
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Language English | Hindi | Marathi | Gujarati | Tamil | Telugu |
   
About the book
It's a book on women, food and everything in between. From puberty to marriage, from pregnancy to menopause, Rujuta explains in detail the changes women go through and how what we do (or don't) during these phases affects our overall well-being.

Building on her four principles of eating right from Don't Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight, she goes on to share her four strategies (Nutrition, Exercise, Sleep and Relationships) for each of these phases and especially the lifestyle disorders of PCOD, hypothyroid and diabetes.
Table of contents
A note from Kareena Kapoor
Introduction: Why this book?
  • Chapter 1 - The Tamasha
  • Chapter 2 - A fearless (teen)age
  • Chapter 3 - Marriage - learning to be
  • Chapter 4 - Pregnancy and motherhood
  • Chapter 5 - Menopause: coming of age
  • Chapter 6 - Curses we bring upon ourselves
  • Chapter 7 - The 4 strategies of well being
  • Appendix 1: A comparison of traditional and on-the-go breakfast options
  • Appendix 2: Short-term and long-term effects of low-calorie diets
  • Appendix 3: Food considered healthy and why they are not
  • Appendix 4: Is your body talking to you? -Nutritional deficiencies and how to combat them
  • Appendix 5: More real life diet recall analysis
Reviews
Must read for women and men too - India today - here
Goes beyond weight loss tips to focus on nutrition - Womens web - here
Its an eye opener - The book worm - here
Watch and weight - Outlook magazine - here
For all my confusions, the answer is Rujuta - Rasika Mahabal - here
Excellent resource for all women - The book lovers - here
Take charge and lead - Surobhi - here
To lose weight, eat - Book fans UK - here
Reader reviews - Google books - here
Reader reviews - Good reads - here
Reader reviews - Flipkart - here
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