It is on the coming March 20, 2012 when a new diet book named The Manhattan Diet: Lose Weight While Living A Fabulous Life will be released for the public. A diet book written by Eileen Daspin, a lady, rather you may call her a diet conscious lady since 12 and the wife of executive chef Cesare Casella who resides in the Manhattan city. Although the book comprises of a lot of tips on cooking, eating and maintaining a lifestyle, still there are derogatory facts as well in the book that compels one to rate this book as controversial. On reading the book, it is found hat the tone used for conferring the messages and tips to the readers are more like directing them the wrong way.
The main ingredients of the book are the tips, experiences and the lifestyle maintained by some of the fit friends that live in Manhattan and these are portrayed in the form of interviews. There are recipes on healthy foods as well and several other tips like preparing food in bulk when you know that you will not have time to cook later, planning your food in advance so that you do not consume fast foods out of the lack of time, eating food in small portion and repeating taking foods after an hour or two and also, suggestions on buying fresh vegetable and green leaves. She has also stuffed the book with healthy recipes that are revealed by famous chefs like Mario Batali, Eric Ripert and Tom Colichio.
One of the notable diet tips shared in the Manhattan diet book is “Don’t eat too much of whatever it is you’re eating” which certainly is a good tip. But still some of the tones and languages used in the books seems to be controversial, for instance, frequent use of some terms like “food-obsessed” and “neurotic” are seen all over the book.