You can move along folks. There’s nothing new to see here!
Two Meals a Day tries to combine the currently fashionable intermittent fasting with a grain-less, processed sugar-free, and no seed oil diet. It also throws in aerobic exercise, journalizing, Marie Kondozing, and orange light only before bedtime. If you were an alien arriving from Europa, this book could catch you up on every major fitness fad. Unfortunately, most Earthlings have already heard of everything mentioned in this book. I also think trying to “fix” all of these things in one twelve-day period is an unachievable goal.
While Two Meals a Day may be motivating for some, I need to have at least one original idea per self-help book. Unfortunately, this book fails on even that simple of a criteria. 2 stars.
Thanks to Grand Central Publishing and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.