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Learning How to Eat (Again)

4.33  ·  Rating Details ·  30 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
THIS EASY PLAN REALLY WORKS! "Learning how to eat (again)" is designed to reveal how the careful monitoring of daily fat intake (DFI) can allow a person to EASILY control their weight. Deceptive food industry practices have made it necessary to learn how to determine fat content of food products without depending on the product disclosures. With practice, anyone can learn ...more
Paperback, 102 pages
Published June 22nd 2011 by Createspace (first published May 29th 2011)
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Ruth Mancini
Jun 08, 2013 Ruth Mancini rated it it was amazing
This book is great. It makes the most sense of any diet plan I've come across. There's no faddy eating or cutting out carbs or other fuels our bodies need to function properly - and no starving yourself either. Instead of being taught how to teach your body to go hungry, Brian Menard teaches you how to spot the foods that will make you fat and to find alternative but fulfilling ways to keep yourself full - for life! It's not rocket science. It's about cutting out fat. And we already know fat ...more
Crystal Marcos
Feb 01, 2013 Crystal Marcos rated it it was amazing
Learning How to Eat (Again) is a book designed to help encourage the reader to lose weight. The author writes from personal experience about how he was able to lose quite a bit of weight in a healthy amount of time and managed to keep it off. I am a mom who gained weight while I was pregnant and 3 years later still struggled to lose some of that extra weight. The reader has to understand that this is not a diet book but rather a book that helps you obtain the knowledge to make healthier choices. ...more
Melodie Ramone
Jan 19, 2013 Melodie Ramone rated it it was amazing
As a person suffering from Ulcerative Colitis, it's not always easy finding "diet" foods that I can eat. In fact, I have to stick mostly to a low-fibre, no fibre diet that is the exact opposite of what most traditional weight loss programs will tell a person to do. This book was so common sense it was refreshing! I had never understood the ratio's on the labels of food, as in exactly how much fat (meaning in grams) was was equal to ounces of fat. Brian Menard put the information in such simple ...more
Terry Sprouse
Jan 14, 2013 Terry Sprouse rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"Learning How to Eat (Again)" is an extraordinarily useful book for three reasons:

1.) It tackles a serious and seemingly overwhelming problem,
2.) It offers a genuinely useful solution, and
3.) The author writes with a style that makes it an extremely enjoyable experience to read.

Who can deny that the game is fixed against us in our efforts to keep excess weight off our bodies? The author identifies who the enemy is: fast food restaurants, television advertising, the hedonistic nature I our soc
James Elliot Leighton
Dec 11, 2013 James Elliot Leighton rated it did not like it
This is a pathetically researched book. It parrots misinformation from the seventies, stressing things that have subsequently been disproved. It lays the blame for weight gain on fats, and ignores all recent research that PROVES that excess consumption of processed carbohydrates is the driver behind the massive increase in obesity. Some fats, trans-fats etc., should be avoided, but while excessive fat consumption is not healthy, fats in a diet are essential to good health. Look at the skin and ...more
Kay Rogal
Jan 14, 2013 Kay Rogal rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Brian Menard's 'Learning How to Eat' is a must for anyone wanting to eat healthy, maintain their body weight, lose weight or watching their DFI (daily fat intake)! Brian knows what he is talking about - why? - he has lived it. He explains the methods he used to lose over 50 pounds in only 7 months and evn allows days for cheating and eating out.

As individuals, we strive to improve in our work performance to get that raise...planning a weekend getaway for the relationship to become
Marcia Carrington
Do you feel you're eating too much fat in your foods, and that you don't know where to start on how to trim this from your diet? Or, on the other hand, are you not feeling your best, and believe that fatty foods are contributing to this?

LEARNING HOW TO EAT(AGAIN) is a very helpful, comprehensive guide on how to control the daily fat intake (DFI) in one's diet, and to be conscious of the foods which may be delicious, but, may not be beneficial for long-term health. It is written in a easy-to-read
Joyce Mitchell
Aug 22, 2013 Joyce Mitchell rated it it was amazing
I've been concerned about my health and fitness lately, so I searched the internet and found Brian V. Menard's amazing book,
Learning How to Eat (Again). I found it to be very inspirational as it helped me start the diet and exercise that I've been needing.
As of today, by monitoring the daily fat intake, the pounds have dropped, my energy has increased and my blood sugar has been
under control. Cholesterol numbers better too! I highly recommend this easy-to-follow book that teaches you how to look
Aug 08, 2013 Eclectic rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Congratulations to Mr. Menard on his weight loss. I commend anyone who takes steps to bring their weight under control.

This book is more of a personal experience written by a layperson rather than an actual ‘diet’ book written by someone who has an education or background in nutrition.

There is no documentation referenced in this book regarding Mr. Menard’s ‘diet’ as being nutritionally sound, especially for those with health issues or dietary restrictions.

Because this is not really a diet book
Jan Romes
Oct 17, 2014 Jan Romes rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed reading this easy-to-understand guide to losing weight and doing it the healthy way. Mr. Menard explained the information in such a way that I was eager to know more. I'm going to keep this book handy for those weak moments when I get into a rut with my eating habits. Re-reading the info should get me back on track.
Mar 06, 2014 Yve-Anne rated it liked it
If you want to read a short book about a low fat diet, then this is for you. Easy to read and understand with some great's a way of approaching eating which makes sense, so I'll probably try it.
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