Lets Do Lunch Review
What You Should Know
There are many different dieting books available to those who wish to begin a weight loss journey. Most of the books have conflicting advice, making it difficult to know which plan to follow. Further complicating the issue is that some diet plans are supposedly based on scientific research while others are based on anecdotal evidence. Let’s Do Lunch falls into the second category. As with most diets there are fans and critics, consider how the plan works and then decide if it is right for you.
Let’s Do Lunch was written by Robert Wilson, a man who suffered from lifelong obesity and discovered, almost accidentally, how to lose weight. His journey begins with frozen grapes and the book follows his path and offers advice on how others can use his experience to lose weight as well. Numerous testimonials are available in the book and the plan is specifically outlined.
List of Ingredients
Let’s Do Lunch breaks down the secrets to a successful diet into what Wilson calls the four secrets. One of the popular selling points for this diet is that it claims to not restrict the types of food you can eat. The first of the four secrets is that fresh fruit should be consumed daily and in large quantities. The second is that lunch should be the main meal of the day. The third is that it is important to choose low fat options, as long as they taste good. Finally, the fourth secret is to exchange, as often as possible, starchy foods with vegetables. The book offers a fourteen day meal plan, some recipes, and limited advice on exercise. For customers who are interested in interacting with others who are following the plan, there is also an active community on Wilson’s website.
- This book can easily be found online.
- There are testimonials as well as before and after pictures on the official website.
- All money earned from the book is donated to charity.
- There is no money back guarantee for the book.
- Not based on scientific research.
- No dairy allowed in the diet.
- Very limited carbohydrates allowed.
This diet claims to be nonrestrictive, but in fact has numerous restrictions. Dieters are supposed to eliminate dairy and most carbohydrates, and only have meat at lunch. The diet relies heavily on fruits, and if one does not enjoy fruit, the diet would be especially unpalatable. However, if one likes fruit this may be a good plan to consider because it does not restrict the intake of fruit as other diets often do. Finally, this is a lifestyle change that Wilson continues to use to maintain his weight. For those who are not willing to eat this way forever, it will not be effective in the long run.