Diet Survivor's Handbook: 60 Lessons in Eating, Acceptance and Self-care
"Sensational advice for anyone who's ever been on a diet. Practical, inspirational and easy to use. Free yourself from food and weight issues forever!"
-Dr. Linda Bacon, University of California¬–Davis
If you're one of the nearly 116 million Americans trying to lose weight, only to find out that every diet you've tried has failed you, you are a diet survivor.
You can step off the destructive diet bandwagon and reclaim your self-esteem, positive body image and a happy, healthy life. These 60 inspiring lessons will give you the tools you need to change your relationship with food, your body and yourself.
Dieting is hazardous to your health. Diets don't work and they won't work, and yo-yo dieting will make you fatter.
This book can show you how to:
--Never diet again and allow your weight to stabilize
--Stop feeling guilty about eating the foods you love
--Free up all that mental energy to be more productive and have more fun in life
--Get in touch with physical hunger and learn to love your body
"Full of insightful tips and perspectives for anyone dealing with weight...straightforward and practical advice that goes beyond the simplistic notion of dieting. This is a must have if you are serious about tackling these issues."
-Dr. Dean Edell, syndicated radio host
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