Habits Not Diets: The Secret to Lifetime Weight Control

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Bull Publishing Company, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 337 pages
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This easy-to-follow workbook teaches readers how to differentiate between psychological and physiological hunger, and identify the thoughts and feelings that trigger the desire for food. The authors show how to keep a food diary, take a more active approach to daily life, and maintain weight loss through self-observation. This new edition discusses the pros and cons of the latest diet drugs and offers a proven weight-loss program that is based on changing behavior. Filled with illustrations, charts, tables, and worksheets that help the reader succeed, the guide is a truly unique tool.

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Obesity, chronic health problems, fatigue, excess stress, and an inadequate sex life are often the result of the sedentary American lifestyle. The remedies are all based on whole, unprocessed food ... Read full review

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James M. Ferguson, MD, is a nationally prominent clinical psychiatrist specializing in weight control and the treatment of eating disorders. Cassandra Ferguson, his daughter, is currently in research at the University of California–San Diego.

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