Saturday, 16 February 2013

ARC Review: Sleep Fat Wake Up Thin

Sleep Fat Wake Up Thin: How to Lose Weight F.A.S.T Without Struggle
By Kenn Kihiu
Publisher: Group Fitness USA Media

Buy Link: Kindle


Over the years I have read several diet and fitness books. The majorities of them are supporting some type of diet pills, shakes, or exercise equipment. Sleep Fat Wake Up Thin: How To Lose Weight F.A.S.T. Without Struggle is written by Kenn Kihiu, the creator of The DanceX Workout & 8020 Body. I eagerly signed up to review Sleep Fat Wake Thin, courtesy of the author in exchange for my honest review.

What does F.A.S.T stand for?

It means: F is for fasting, Short and Flexible. A is for Alkalinity and Water. S is for Sugar and Insulin. T is for Taming Appetite, Behavior, and Cravings.

The book is split into five modules, Your Philosophy -The Secret Sauce of Success, Sugar and Fiber, Alkalinity and Water, Short and Intermittent Fasting, and Taming Appetite, Behavior, and Cravings. The author gives common sense tips that are lacking in other diet/fitness books. You'll learn how to correctly calculate the exact amount of sugar that you should eat daily. I was surprised at the answer and I'll have to check the amount of sugar on everything I buy. You'll also learn how fiber and some fat are important in a diet.

Sleep Fat Wake Up Thin is a well written diet manual for anyone who is struggling with weight loss. The book's basic diet has you eating mostly vegetables and fruit with the occasional chicken or fish. There are no recipes including in the book, but it does give you an idea what to eat and what to avoid. You may think twice about drinking that extra cup of milk in the mornings after you have finished reading. Overall, I learned several simple dieting tips that I'm going to add to my life and I recommend the book to others.

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