Don’t eat rice
Eat only salads
Banana is fattening
Have only olive oil
Walk for 90 mins
Skip your dinner
Some do get results in terms of weight loss by following such practices, but ask yourself:
Is it sustainable? Can you be on a diet for ages?
This book is conceptualised to give the following message: You don’t need a magical diet to get fit. Instead, you need to build a good lifestyle. This message is elucidated with real-life examples and practical tips.
I am not the first and surely not the last to write about this topic. Some amazing authors have written about it. So what is different about my book?
Concepts do not change much; I have correlated these concepts with real-life examples I came across, working with different people. Throughout the book, there are tips towards this end, those that have been tried and tested by many, including me, my family, and the people I have worked with, where I have seen fantastic and sustainable results.
While the title of this book is Weight Loss: Tathastu, this is not just about losing weight, but taking the right steps for living a healthy life. And when you do that, weight loss has to happen (Tathastu).