You Are What You Eat: The Plan That Will Change Your Life Paperback – Mar 28 2006
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[The] diet sensation of the decade. (Daily Mirror, UK)
[Dr. Gillian McKeithÆs] no-nonsense weight-loss plan has produced real results. (Now, UK)
About the Author
Gillian McKeith, Ph.D., is the internationally acclaimed clinical nutritionist and director of the renowned McKeith Research Centre in London. Her extensive clientele includes professional and Olympic athletes, members of the royal family, and famous celebrities. Dr. Gillian is the presenter of You Are What You Eat, a smash hit prime-time TV show in the UK, and the author of the number-one bestselling book You Are What You Eat, which is now being translated into other languages around the world. She is also the author of Living Food for Health (Piatkus/Basic). Raised in Scotland, Gillian now travels extensively, giving lectures and seminars to packed audiences.
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Top Customer Reviews
As one gets older, staying fit gets harder and, in spite of extensive exercise and a careful diet, excess weight no longer stays "off" the body like it used to. Consequently, I have come to the subject of understanding different aspects of food at the age of 60. Being single, I can produce whatever food I want to eat at any time and, as I say, this appears to be exactly what I need.
At the time of writing this review, Dr McKeith is appearing daily in a British TV programme called "I'm a celebrity, get me out of here." She is one of a small number of so-called celebrities - though most are completely unknown to me. Having watched a few episodes, the indelible impression left by McKeith is; Her constant screaming, verbal bullying, having far too much to say and even falsely "fainting" in order to avoid some task. It would appear the programme has also brought into question whether or not she is entitled to call herself "Doctor." Altogether, not a very nice lady at all.
That said, this book does seem to do what it says on the cover.Read more ›
I won't be purchasing the recipe book since the binding of this book was so poor it fell apart within two weeks. I want a little better quality for my money.
Most recent customer reviews
I really recommend reading this book for a healthy daily diet basis. It gives many tips about certain kind of food that not everyone knows.Published on Dec 12 2013 by Amazon Customer
I really ehjoyed reading this book it is very informative I learned a lot about foods and what is good for the health of the body and mind;
I am going to follow a lot of... Read more
This is a great book about what to eat and what to avoid eating if you want to stay healthy (and look good). Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2012 by Sem
I have never reviewed a book before although I have read 1000's. I love this book because it combines so many theories and data that I have read in so many other books and... Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2009 by Melody A. Borthwick
This is a wonderful book to look at and a great read ,full of information about health ,food and about what the body needs. Loved the t.v. show. Read morePublished on May 15 2009 by v. rubin
Gillian McKeith cuts to the chase in why, and how we should use nutrition to lead healthy lives. It's fun to read! Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2009 by B. Purdy