India Knight and Neris Thomas's top top ten bestseller Neris and India's Idiot Proof Diet is a hilariously honest account of a low-carb diet that actually works. Ever wanted a diet book by and for real people - you know, people who actually have a life? Congratulations! You've just picked it up. We lost ten stone in a year - and if we can do it, then just by following our tips you can do it too. There's never been a diet book like this - for women, by women, with simple advice that is not hard to follow (plus jokes). And read our new chapter on keeping up the good work. 'Amazingly frank ...the honesty of their confessions exceeds anything previously published' Evening Standard 'A compulsive read with good advice, whether you want to lose five pounds or five stone. It addresses the emotional issues of eating. Completely delicious and simple-to-make recipes' Mail on Sunday 'Crammed with real dieters' hilarious motivation-boosting tips and anecdotes' Cosmopolitan India Knight is the author of four novels: My Life on a Plate, Don't You Want Me, Comfort and Joy and Mutton.
Her non-fiction books include The Shops, the bestselling diet book Neris and India's Idiot-Proof Diet, the accompanying bestselling cookbook Neris and India's Idiot-Proof Diet Cookbook and The Thrift Book. India is a columnist for the Sunday Times and lives in London with her three children.Follow India on Twitter @indiaknight or on her blog at http://indiaknight.tumblr.com. Neris Thomas is a film producer and artist, she lives in London and is married with one daughter.
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Author Biography - India Knight
India Knight is the author of My Life on a Plate, Don't You Want Me, and The Shops. She is columnist for The Sunday Times and is a mother of three. Neris Thomas is a film producer and artist; she has one daughter. For years Neris and India used to bump into each other at parties; invariably wearing the same dress, because they were both on the porky side, but with a taste for clothes. However, this year they are buying each other tiny little designer jeans.