The title of this next book was what made me pick it up!
“He’s tried every diet: Atkins, South Beach, Pritikin… Problem is he still can’t get his pants on in the morning. And he got none of the genes of his movie star brother Mel. In his early 40s with a job he hates and a lifestyle that is killing him, Chris is having more than a mid-life crisis. He’s having a life and death crisis..
Memoirs of a Fat Bastard is a bittersweet account of how a middle-aged man on the road to destruction turned his life and health around on his own terms. It’s a telling and frequently hilarious story of the ways in which some men can lose their way, and the way back to finding meaning and happiness amid the competing pressures of being provider, family man, and all-round good Aussie bloke.”
The book doesn’t give the answer to how he lost his gut, other than to say he had a Eureka moment!
Interesting to see that he is now a NLP Master Practitioner, a Results Coach and a Certified Hypnotist. (NLP Neuro Linguistic Programming)
I wouldn’t bother picking this book up, I am sure there are others more suitable if you are looking to lose weight.