What You Should Know
Everything You Need to Know About Fat Loss is one of the many books that have appeared onto the weight loss market over the last few years. I appears as though this book may have been written by Chris Aceto. It is being promoted on Chris Aceto’s own website and it is supposed to break down complex dieting rules into words for the average person to understand. In this review we will be taking a closer look at this book so that we may better understand whether or not this book could be used as a source to help you reach your weight loss goals.
Of course since this is a book there are no actual ingredients, but we can tell you what some of the contents are. It is supposed to break down the facts that are associated with successful weight loss from a complex form into a more understandable format. Some of these may include things such as why fad diets only work short term.
In this book it is believed that Chris Aceto tries to take what he knows about all areas of weight loss and tries to assist you in getting down to the bottom of things so that you may better understand how your body works when it comes to weight loss and weight gain. It has also been stated that this book will actually show you how weight loss works, that these fad diets are only designed for short term use and that is why you will gain your weight back. It goes on to explain what roles that basic components such as protein, fat, and carbohydrates play in our bodies. Then it goes even further into detail when attempting to explain exactly how hormones, drugs, and exercise effect how much you weigh. While you are reading this book, it may seem as if he covers all of the bases that are related to weight loss, and you may be surprised as to how simple he may make it sound.
- Attempts to simplify complex information.
- This book is widely available for purchase either new or used.
- Discourages fad dieting.
- Chris Aceto may have left out some critical scientific information that may support his claims.
- Some people may have complained about poor editing.
While this book seems to make sense to some people, it appears as though it may be hard to understand due to poor editing techniques. It also looks like it may have left out any scientific research that may have been done that could back up Chris Aceto’s theory about how weight loss really works. Then it goes on to discredit aerobic exercise, which even if it wasn’t essential for weight loss, it is still great exercise for your heart. There also appears to be no type of appetite suppressant or fat burner that is recommended to take. It is often shown that if people do not have an appetite suppressant to aid in the reduction of hunger pangs, people often relapse. If you consider using this book, you may still want to consider a weight loss aid to assist in fat burning and suppressing your appetite.