Kalli Purie has struggled with her weight since childhood and has finally found a weight she is happy with. Mostly. Kalli Puri’s book is an essential read. Kalli Purie talks about her diet secrets in her new book Confession Of A Serial Dieter. Kalli Purie wrote a candid book about going from kg to 60 kg. But here’s what it takes to stay at 60 kg all the time.

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I had done the trip from 75 to 79 about four times and I was tired of it. First half of the book could be a motivator for those having to deal with similar psychology of fluctuating between the ‘mega weight’ to ‘just fat’ weight.

It helped me skip dinner. Not even to try the best dish in the world.

Having Lost Weight, I Feel I Can Do Anything: Kalli

But it served as motivation to stay on track in France. The author not only inspires you to keep trying but also makes the weight loss journey sound like one you want to go on. Like my body can finally keep up with my mind. It deals with the emotions that one goes through every time they see somebody booj that perfect hourglass figure or have to enter the XL pueie shops, when just on the opposite side some curves-and-figure is flaunting her latest tight-fit dress.


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This book is a lot of fun. Her two deliciously edible kids are the only treat she is allowed.

Sections on Surya Namaskar and Running are very encouraging Pros 1. Some still not as toned as I boook like but in harmony all the same!

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And you are getting the absolute Cristal version of it. I have lost 45 kg and am still counting. One time read is worthy!

And a great book to come up with your own diet. She is lonely and sad. Learn more about Amazon Prime. But I was surprisingly good. I’m of course, stuffing my kallu with those horrible stale sandwiches dunked in a year’s worth of mustard in that situation.

HarperCollins India December 15, Language: Sometimes I came home late and had fruit or yoghurt.

Read it if you value your body. Jul 09, Neha Oberoi rated it it was amazing. Dieticians and trainers can tell you what to do and help you do it. Thin doctors and fit dieticians can harp on about the healthy way to lose weight but they don’t understand the mind, moods and miseries of a fat person. My Aunt is the author so I’m probably prejudiced, but yeah.

And all advertising is lies. That was my dinner. It becomes lazy like the body it resides in. No spoilers here but “Confessions of a serial dieter” is definitely the best diet book on the planet.


It does in Purie’s book. Everybody had one, and mine was 79 to 80 kg. It’s hilarious, touching and useful all at once. Sep 17, Alfa Hisham rated it really liked it. I think Kallie leave us with the thought-provoking question in the end – Do you really want it as badly as she did?

Like mentioned in the book, it is an emotional and sometimes traumatic journey. For as long as I can remember, our traditional Sunday family lunch has been chicken biryani and parantha, a menu handed down over generations. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Confessions of a Serial Dieter by Kalli Purie.

Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It starts as a teenage drama, moves on with the evergreen chick-lit humor and kaalli, and is thriller on the final stages when the weighting scale crosses kg!

It took place in Annecy, a tiny village next to a lake. Having conquered my weight and lost 43 kilos I feel I can do anything. You have to continuously consult a dictionary. So I have to make strict rules. I was born kali, a mere 2. My immediate target is 60 by the end of the week.