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Book Review:Losing IT: Making Weight Loss Simple by Dhruv and Prachi Gupta

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Title: Losing IT: Making Weight Loss Simple
Authors: Dhruv and Prachi Gupta
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Pages: 220
Price: INR 250

Who wouldn’t love to lose weight, especially when you have excess baggage in your body? There are a number of books published now and then, related to weight loss. I haven’t read any of them, so I amn’t in a position to compare the book with any other. However, I am making an attempt to review ‘Losing IT’: Making Weight Loss Simple.

The book is divided into 17 chapters and contains a mixx of food, nutrition, exercise and other tips. A number of myths have been stated with adequate reasons. If you are the one who like to eat out, there is one section dedicated for such people. You can learn about the foods that adds to your weight. And most importantly, you get to know what could be holding back your weight loss. And finally, there are inspirational success stories of people who have lost weight.

In short, the book contains information related to weight loss you haven’t heard of before. Here’s one book where you can learn to lose weight while maintaining fitness and nutrition.

About the Authors: Dhruv is the founder of Fitho, a revolutionary weight-loss system and Prachi Gupta, is the CEO and co-founder. More about the authors and Fitho at http://www.fitho.in.

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This entry was posted on August 22, 2013 by in Book Review, Non-Fiction, Pan Macmillan and tagged , , .
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