This isn’t my usual review post because a) it’s a non-fiction book and b) it’s a diet book. But don’t let that turn you off. I do say in my blog tagline that “I read, here, there and everywhere.” Usually about once a year I get motivated to eat healthier and shift some winter weight and I buy a book to help this happen. This usually corresponds with the Australian summer coming with a vengeance and swimsuit season once again rearing its ugly head.
For some strange reason, I always choose to start these things before Christmas at a time when it’s just countless social events, eating and drinking and being merry. Sometimes I wish I lived in the Northern Hemisphere so that this time of excessive eating could be hidden under coats and bulky jumpers.
Anyway, back to the book review. This year I picked up The 8-week Blood Sugar Diet by a UK doctor named Dr Michael Mosley. You may recognise his name from The 5:2 Fast Diet series which was another book of his that I followed which helped me to lose six kilos in 10 weeks through fasting (eating what I wanted 5 days a week–within reason–and fasting for two days a week by eating only 500 calories). Continue reading