Editorial Reviews from the Library Journal
The noteworthy perspective of this health and weight-control book, put together by George with the help of editors at Men's Health magazine, is that it is addressed to a male audience. Its assumption is that men face weight and health issues differently from women and that most of the available books are addressed to women. The authors also believe that "weight control is a lifestyle, not a diet program." Consequently, they have created a lifestyle program for men that includes strategies, menus, nutritional data, and exercise techniques that a man can adapt to his age and habits. The book delivers its weight-and-health message in a buddy-to-buddy, humorous style likely to appeal to and benefit its targeted audience. For popular health collections.?James Swanton, Albert Einstein Coll. of Medicine, New York.