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Bare: A 7-Week Program to Transform Your Body, Get More Energy, Feel Amazing, and Become the Bravest, Most Unstoppable Version of You by Susan Hyatt, BenBella Books, US $24.95, Pp 236, March 2019, ISBN 978-1946885432

Do you hate to see your naked body in the bathroom mirror and rush out of bathroom quickly after you shower? Do you avoid seeing photos of slimmer women? Do you often duck in the back seats at a family function? Are you tired of counting calories, carbs, protein grams or snacking when you are not really hungry or postponing important parts of your life until you are slimmer? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, Bare is for you. Bare will help you free from the drama or, more precisely torture, that revolves around food. If you choose to adopt the Bare plan, Susan Hyatt claims that you will likely stop feeling discouraged, defeated, and exhausted from all the food-body-weight madness. You will wake up in the morning and will be happy to look into the mirror. You will enjoy your food and feel you have more energy and confidence. These are some of the claims Susan Hyatt makes in Bare but with a lot of justifications. The good news is there is no diet involved in this plan. Susan Hyatt defines a diet as “Any way of eating that is un-pleasurable, unrealistic or unsustainable for you.” She says that it might be a juice cleanse. It might be a carb-free regime. It might be the Paleo method. It might be a New Year’s resolution. It might be a “new life” that you promise yourself you’re going to begin…on Monday. Susan Hyatt believes diets are “incredibly” harmful. She says that diets harm your physical body. But that is just the beginning. Diets also steal your money, your energy, confidence and countless hours of your life. She wants you to replace your diets with ‘Bare’ plan to make you healthier and slimmer. In brief, the plan envisages cleaning up your environment in the first week and adds pleasure into your day in the second week. In the third week, you learn to eat with attentiveness and start exercising with love. In the fifth week, you declutter your closet and, in the sixth week, you detox your mind. In the seventh and last week, you show up and be seen. In Bare, Susan Hyatt provides a creative and sustainable plan to lose weight and become healthier. As this is a pleasurable plan, you are more likely to follow this plan consistently than others. Everybody who cares about his/her health and looks must try it.

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