"Quick and Easy Tips to Lose Weight" by Georgina Salgado Chavez, ND, LAc, Ht is exactly what it claims to be--quick. Under sixty pages, this book is as brief as it gets. It starts out by introducing some terrifying facts about diseases correlated to obesity. It then briefly talks about some food additive and types to avoid for good reason. After listing some sources of weight gain, the author lists off forty-nine "tips" for weight loss. These are general and not specific to specific medical needs / body shapes / ages. They are very broad and relate to overall nutrition and taking care of oneself. Most are common sense, and some are even risque that make this book not suitable for younger readers (promoting relations as a calorie burner--yuck!). This book is ideal for the uneducated populus who know nothing of the basics of healthy living, but this book alone will most likely not lead one towards a weight loss plan that is unique to them.