Six Weeks to Omg

Six Weeks to Omg

Get Skinnier Than All your Friends

Book - 2012
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If you think you've failed on every diet you've ever tried, think again: The diet failed, you didn't. Now it's time to forget all those weight-loss cliches and listen to the truth:
-Skipping breakfast can be healthy
-Certain fruits instantly block fat loss
-Small, frequent meals frequently pack on the pounds
-Juices and smoothies cause overeating
-Exercise is about much more than how much and how hard
-Broccoli carbs can be worse than soda carbs

Based on a plan originally designed by a nutrition expert and personal trainer Venice A. Fulton for his A-list clients, SIX WEEKS TO OMG is a groundbreaking system that uses a precise mix of nutrition, biochemistry, genetics, and psychology to produce amazing results. Authoritative, clearly written, and entertaining, this book combines years of red carpet success with fresh, cutting-edge strategies to help anyone get thin and healthy-- fast!

Quick fixes don't work, but the right quick improvements can lead to permanent weight loss. No one is born fat, or destined to have cellulite. Anyone-- really, anyone-- can get skinny. Learn how with SIX WEEKS TO OMG.

"The publishing sensation that is rivaling The Dukan Diet ."
- The Times

"Extreme weight-loss techniques that are taking the weight-loss world by storm."
- Daily Mail

Publisher: New York : Grand Central Life & Style, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781455528264
Branch Call Number: ANF 613.25 FUL
Characteristics: xiii, 288 p. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: 6 weeks to oh my God


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librarylin19 Feb 19, 2016

OMG I can't believe this book got published! Terrible advice, very unhealthy "diet". Stay away from this book!

Aug 17, 2013

After reading the first little bit and saw I was to sit in a cold bath for 15 minutes to rev up my metabolism, I returned the book

Nov 24, 2012

Stupid book. No science or medical knowledge -- appears to make up own info. Gimme a break.

KileyP Jul 20, 2012

In full disclosure, the copy of this book I had was an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley, so it may have changed slightly since it's release.

This book could cause serious harm. And Venice Fulton is pompous. The overlying advice in it is good - listen to your body, and do what feels right for you. But the specific advice: trading breakfast for black coffee and cold baths; that fidgeting is just as good as actual exercise; is ridiculous. Yes, it will probably work. But there are plenty of other much more logical and less insane ways to keep the pounds off.

If you want to get thin fast, and have no regard for your actual health - this book will probably work. But if you want to be healthy, then there is nothing that can beat shaving your portion sizes, making better food choices and getting up and DOING something. And listening to your body, not some ridiculous diet book where the author actually states: "I'm right, they're wrong" in reference to doctors. Because you know, 7 years of schooling to acquire a PhD makes them irrelevant.

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