"Eat Fat Get Thin", Mark Hyman, 8/10. Great message from a man who has treated thousands of overweight/obese, T2D individuals over the last 30 years, head of functional medicine at the Cleveland Clinic so he's got the chops. But he isn't as good a writer as he is a conversationalist in podcasts. It would be a great book for someone new to healthy nutrition with a serious weight/diabetes problem, but having just finished Nina Teischolz' "Big Fat Lie", I wanted writing of her calibre; bu no.
A very practical book, a plan to start and maintain a healthy diet and lose fat, plenty of recipes and questionaires to help one along. The big plus fort the plan is that one needn't count calories, just restrict some macronutrients and focus on a variety of fats to make a tasty and satiating way to eat; calories restrict themselves. I know this works for weight and body composition... at least for me (and others I know).