Let Jessica Irvine show you how to take off weight and - just as importantly - keep it off.
In this straightforward but groundbreaking new book, Jessica Irvine documents her own dramatic weight loss and equips you with easy-to-use tools and practical information to help you lose weight.
Based on interviews with leading obesity researchers, Jessica shows you how to work out your own bottom line - the number of calories your body uses in a day - for maximum weight-loss results. Then, once you've lost weight, she shows you how to keep it off and, should you happen to put some kilos back on, how to lose it again (like she did).
Packed full of personal tips, Jessica explains the simple accounting principles she used to lose weight and then maintain her weight loss. Let Jessica help you beat the odds to transform your body forever.
'Weight loss comes down not to fad diets but to one very simple rule: you must consume fewer calories than you burn in a day. If you're putting on weight, you're failing to balance the books by eating too much or not moving enough, or both. It's time to figure out which.'
About the Author
Jessica Irvine is one of Australia's leading economics journalists. She is currently National Economics Editor of News Limited's biggest selling Australian newspapers, including The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun, The Courier Mail and The Adelaide Advertiser. She was previously an opinion columnist and economics reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers. She has an honours degree in Economics (Social Sciences) from Sydney University and is a regular commentator on television and radio. In 2010, she realised she was fat and began solving the problem the only way she knew how, with numbers. She lost 20 kilograms and has kept most of it off for three years. She lives in Sydney with her husband.
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 1st January 2014
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.8
Weight (kg): 0.232