Diet and Your Emotions: The Comfort Food Falsehood
Overweight and obesity pose serious health risks, and experts fear that unless we curb this trend, young people today may have a lower life expectancy than their parents' generation. If you're an emotional eater, you are not alone. This book helps you understand why people form certain relationships with food and what the consequences can be.
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