Don'T Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight

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Random House India, Oct 20, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages
Don’t Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight, the country’s highest-selling diet book, has revolutionized the way Indians think about food and their eating habits. Funny, easy to read and full of great advice, it argues that we should return to our traditional eating roots (yes, ghee is good for you), nutrients are more important than calories (cheese over biscuits) and, most importantly, the only way to lose weight is to keep eating. Rujuta Diwekar is one of the country’s best nutritionists, with deep roots in yoga and Ayurveda and a client list which boasts some of Bollywood’s biggest names. In the updated edition of this classic, she has added an extensive Q&A section which deals with the questions she gets asked most by her clients.

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If you are reasonably well read and intelligent person, this book will not add any incremental value to you. However, this book does reinforce fundamental logic of health and weight loss and debunks ... Read full review

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Rujuta Diwekar works out of Mumbai, practises yoga in Rishikesh, ideates in Uttarkashi and treks in rest of the Indian Himalaya. For over a decade she has worked with people from all walks of life on fitness and diet related issues. Her celebrity clients include Kareena Kapoor, Anil Ambani, Saif Ali Khan, Konkona Sen and Preity Zinta. Amongst the few qualified sports science and nutrition experts in the country today, she has redefined dieting with her holistic approach towards a healthy lifestyle.

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