The Hot Body Plan is different because it's not a diet. It is not about avoiding foods, but about making choices. It's about equipping you with tools and swap lists so that you can choose the food or snack that's right for any occasion. This diet isn't about sitting at a party with a few carrot sticks on your plate, but instead includes hundreds of tempting recipe ideas and snacks, carefully selected for their nutritional and GI benefit. Balanced with savvy psychological advice from Nina, this book will help you to achieve that hot body that is essential for the party season and beyond.
With a host of choices, activity boosters and mental energisers, you can embrace what your body and taste buds dictate and remain guilt-free, whilst being mentally and physically charged.
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Packed full of practical, easy-to-follow tips, along with delicious recipe ideas, The Hot Body Plan is a sensible and effective guide to getting the body you want - and keeping it for good - Antony Worrall Thompson
The great thing about Azmina's approach is that she doesn't lecture or finger wag. If you want no nonsense sensible advice, this is the book for you! - Matthew Wright, The Wright Stuff
follow The Hot Body Plan...and lose weight - Daily Express
I love this, I wish I'd written it! Azmina is the hottest person in nutrition at the moment and she's a very well-informed writer. I love the psychology aspect of the book and how it makes you look at why you have certain eating habits. This is the future of diet books - Woman and Home
By the authors of the GI Plan, this self-help/diet crossover puts an emphasis on reprogramming your mind so you make the right food choices in future. A great alternative to traditional dieting. - Glamour
Azmina Govindji is a consultant nutritionist and registered dietitian, broadcaster, author of 10 books (including Healthy Eating for Diabetes with Antony Worrall Thompson) and Master NLP Practitioner. Previously Chief Dietitian to Diabetes UK, she now works for the British Heart Foundation, the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation and the British Dietetic Association. She appears on TV and radio regularly and writes for a number of consumer magazines.
Nina Puddefoot is a Master Practitioner and Certified NLP Trainer and development life coach, and regularly contributes to radio, newspapers and magazines.