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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See 1 question about Confessions of a Serial Dieter…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jan 21, Shruti Buddhavarapu rated it it was ok. Not trying to show off or anything, but I’ve met Uprie Puri over kal,i couple of years ago, what she – in her kall – would place as her motu years. Weight was the last thing anyone noticed about her.

She came across as vivacious, sassy and a whole lot of fun. The book is none of those things. It tries, and manages to strike gold every now and then, but for the most part I found it to be too forced, esp the smart-alecky bits towards the end of each chapter.

Puri booj the psyche of fatties down Okay. Puri boik the psyche of fatties down pat, and manages to come across as a soul sister, but the book hardly kalil you anything you kalll know, except some stupid ass concoction called The Champagne Diet.

I’d say you can totally skip the book. At best, the book’s like a very loud conversation someone’s having at a coffee shop, next to kakli table, with a former finicky overweight woman who looks really good being super fussy about having gluten-free, soy milk in her mocha lite or something.

Pudie of course, stuffing my face with those horrible stale sandwiches dunked in a year’s worth of mustard in that situation. Mar 07, Mansi rated it really liked it. Dont want to hear the truth? Then dont read this one. Kalli takes all the notions, excuses and the soothsayers in your head, packs kakli in a nice bundle and throws them off a cliff. Every thought you have ever had about your weight and how you look and what you tell yourself, its all in here – in black and white and there is no escaping it.

I enjoyed it and I am starting to follow some of the advice! Jun 24, Nikhita rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is cute. It’s funny, it’s got great tips, it’s a memoir and it helps when you’re the one trying to lose weight and you feel like someone has understood the same emotional journey that losing weight entails.

Some tips are terrible and some are downright unhealthy, but overall, this book is definitely one I’d love to have on my shelf! And I will definitely read this again, hopefully four kilos lighter: Jul 10, Loy Machedo rated it liked boook. It has been nothing short of Terrible, Horrible and Miserable. And so whenever I see any book that may shed some light into losing weight – I end up grabbing that book so that if there are any secrets I do not know off, I can at least use it to my advantage.


Kalli Purie’s book ‘Confession of a Serial Dieter’ is a honest memoir puroe a woman who truly struggled to go through the pain of being over-weight, of having to go through 2 pregnancies and then to come out in the kalil from a kgs bulging endomorph to a 60kgs truly attractive woman.

What makes the book interesting is the number of diets mentioned 43 kzlli, the issues and challenges that she went through while on dieting marathon and finally the moment of truth where purrie succeeds to reach her target weight. All these experiments are honestly and graphically penned together into this book.

The book is only pages in size but with plenty of interesting bits of wisdom, recipes and Aha! It is as if you are going through a time machine with the author through her struggle to lose weight. Moment of truth I think by now it should be obvious that I enjoyed reading this book. Would I recommend you to buy it? The book by itself will not help you lose weight but it bookk inspire you to rethink, reflect and remember who you are and what you can become.

The question you will ask yourself in the end puurie this – Are you prepared to go through the daily grind? I think Kallie leave us with the thought-provoking question in the end – Do you really want it as badly as she did?

Overall Kall Overall I loved the book for its honesty, candid approach and conversational style of writing. And I give this book a 7 out of Aug 24, Pallavi Ivashkov rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anybody who wants to laugh out loud.

It starts as a teenage drama, moves on with the evergreen chick-lit humor and sarcasm, and is thriller on the final stages when the weighting scale crosses kg! No spoilers here but “Confessions of a serial dieter” is definitely the best diet book on the planet. The book is not the typical-eat-less-exercise-more kind but the kind to which a reader, thin or fat, could connect to. It deals with the emotions that one goes through every time they see somebody kallli that perfect hourglass figure or have to enter the XL size shops, when just on the opposite side some curves-and-figure is flaunting her latest tight-fit dress.

Kalli Purie talks about the myths and dilemmas associated with the life of a dieter, and handles even the toughest of situations, with her marked sense of humor and the habit of pulling some or the other perk.

Her take on the dieticians and trainers: Dominatrix Dietician’s deadly diets, Dr CanCan, Hotshot to mention a few will get you rolling on the floor.

The book has already been a bestseller in India, and definitely has a long way to go, touching hearts of people of all ages, and telling them in the most amazing way: Ourie not the only one!


To end, I would like to mention the line that caught me in awestruck the most believe me for there are many throughout the book: Love had replaced chocolate.

This was emotional non-eating, the ‘I am so happy I am hungry’ mode What you don’t like it? You’ll probably get loads of amazing lines. And don’t blame me- I’m 16 come on! Jun 13, Shweta Paropkari rated it really liked it.

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I related to this book so much that I was nodding in assent at each page. Being a dieter not serial though and definitely not the way Purie does and having lived in fatland for vook long time, I get where Purie is coming from.

This book is about weight loss. Not in the sense that it suggests diets and stuff. It’s about weight loss in that it chronicles what a purrie person feels. Like puriie in the book, it is an emotional and sometimes traumatic journey. Dieting is not something you do. It’s th I related to this book so much that I was nodding in assent at each page. It’s the way of life at least the way of my life. However, there are certain things Purie indulged in which I would never suggest a person trying to lose weight even consider Like Bulimia or the insane champagne diet.

But for most part, she’s got the weight loss regimen and fad diets people try down to pat. Not just that, even the way people react to your weight loss Classic example? My Mom comparing my modest S self to my XL puriie of previous years, not understanding that each bulge and not toned muscle is an eyesore: Its for people who’ve gone there and come back again and lived to tell the tale, if you know kaoli I mean.

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And I shall diet happily ever after ; Sep 08, Ashwyn Mittal rated it liked it. Review I have read the Kindle Edition. Sections on Surya Namaskar and Running are very encouraging Pros 1.

Not all of them weight loss diet plans. It is a story of that.

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She is born in rich family and therefore can afford celebrity trainers. She goes on trying one after the other famous trainers.

It is more Review I have read the Kindle Edition. It is more like a autobiography. The author is not a trained dietician or weight loss expert. From other weight loss books by experts you learn never to go on a crash diet. Booj in this book you come to know that Author has followed many crash or severe diet plans and they have worked. So you become confused whom to follow. You may loose what you have already learnt by reading this book.

The boom uses lot of informal words in the book like surliness, snuggled, sallow etc. You have to continuously consult a dictionary. Jul 09, Neha Oberoi rated it it was amazing.