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Make peace with food and break free from yo-yo dieting and compulsive eating forever. Why do 90 percent of even the most resolute dieters fail over the long term? Why do some people binge on ice cream when they experience stress? Sometimes food cravings can be so consuming that they feel like an uncontrollable addiction. But as Dr. Balasa L. Prasad explains in Stop OvereaMake peace with food and break free from yo-yo dieting and compulsive eating forever. Why do 90 percent of even the most resolute dieters fail over the long term? Why do some people binge on ice cream when they experience stress? Sometimes food cravings can be so consuming that they feel like an uncontrollable addiction. But as Dr. Balasa L. Prasad explains in Stop Overeating for Good, there is no such thing as an addiction to food. If you want to stop overeating for good, the answer is in your mind, not your body. Only when you understand the psychological triggers that are really driving your overeating, can you permanently curb your cravings. With Dr. Prasad's proven and practical six-step program readers will: - identify their addictive profile with an insightful questionnaire - understand why they use food as a crutch and why they must stop - turn off obsessive thoughts about food - learn to avoid the temptations and pitfalls that lure them back to overeating - change their relationship with food forever...

Title : Stop Overeating for Good: Overcoming Food Obsession with Dr. Prasad's Proven Program
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ISBN : 9781583332689
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144 Pages
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Stop Overeating for Good: Overcoming Food Obsession with Dr. Prasad's Proven Program Reviews

  • Joy Weese Moll
    2019-04-01 16:26

    This slim volume helped me, finally, identify the emotional hooks that most pull me into overeating. I really wish the book were longer because I’m still unclear on exactly what to do with this new knowledge. But, they say, naming is power, so watch out deprivation, entitlement, and insecurity, I’m keeping my eye on you.This book also seemed particularly good at painting a realistic picture of what it takes to lose weight in our current food environment: committing to a goal of good health, sacrificing certain short-term pleasures for a longer term reward, changing habits, and planning. That’s what worked for me