The “Ultimate Weight Solution Food Guide” by Drs. Phil McGraw came out to help with the sale of Dr. Phil’s “The Ultimate Weight Solution.” Most of the literature, from page 149 to page 707, contains charts that contain nutritious food. The first 148 pages contain some of the most common mind-blowing guidelines for weight loss and weight loss. It is a simple guide for those who want to know the basics in the food they eat.
While the book is the standard size of a trading paper, it is not so tight that it can easily fit inside a pocket, purse, or other way to carry with you. With a little over 700 pages, it’s not something you will take with you, even though there are plenty of fast food packages. It is a book that should be kept close to the kitchen.
After a quick introduction in which Dr. Phil encourages you to be happy and explains the size of the book, he introduces the first chapter in which he puts your weight in the context of the project. This is where you decide where you are, create an environment that will help you achieve your goals, prioritize exercise in your life, and create accountability. It’s a good basic plan for weight loss goals. The second chapter contains a plan for the third phase in what Dr. Phil calls the freedom to lose weight. There is a 14-day quick start plan, a continuation plan, and then a maintenance. The third chapter has menus of categories. The menus contain basic dishes and guidelines.
The fourth chapter has some ethical, nutritional, tourism, leisure, social and stressful diets to help you lose weight and eat a healthy diet. Finally, chapter 5 teaches you how to use the food guide that covers the entire book. Besides telling you what to find in the guide, there are some great tips for healthy eating in this chapter.
The guide itself is basically a huge chart of thousands of inputs. Each ingredient lists the following: Serve, Calories, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fats / saturated fats, Cholesterol, Fiber, Sugar and Sodium. Most importantly important things most dieters want to know about their diet. For example, ice cream, ready to bake, a benefit list of apples: 1 serving can be one benefit, 284 calories, 4 g Protein, 31 g carbohydrates, 16 grams per fat per 4 grams of saturated fat, and cholesterol, 2 grams of fiber, 11 grams of sugar, and 176 mg of sodium.
Also, there is a lot included here. However, it is not as readily available as I would like. Part of this is because food is divided into so-called high response costs, high-yield foods and low response costs, low-yield foods. So you can find the cattle inserts on page 150 and the following pages and on page 418 and the following pages. So first you need to look at the content and decide where your desired food is, and then go to the food guide sections to find it. So there is a lot of detail here, but it is not an easy task to find. Additionally, there are entries where you may need to guess what you have and how it compares to the entries in the book.
Below, for a price, this book has a lot of listings and details, but you have to work hard to find it. I would say a five-star book for a listing number, but three stars for order, so that’s how I got an average of four stars. You have a collection of health food books, this is not a bad thing. If you are looking for a food guide for your kitchen, this too is not a bad thing. You need to know how to get the list you need and make the right decisions for you. And of course, there are some general details about diet, weight loss, and healthy eating in the first five chapters.