Overcoming Overeating: It's Not What You Eat, It's What's Eating You!

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Harvest House Publishers, Dec 1, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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"What is it about me and food?" Millions of readers, disgusted with diets and dieting, agonize over this question. Moreover, they're disgusted with themselves...frustrated, guilty, even despairing over repeated failures.

Successful health author Lisa Morrone bypasses diet plans and zeros in on heart plans--because food isn't the real problem. She gives readers tools to assess themselves, not just their food intake, then presents well-tested methods for breaking the cycle of food addiction from the inside out. Openly sharing her own emotional struggles and the candid stories of other women, she shows readers how to

  • address the true underlying causes of overeating
  • avoid using food as a time-filler, mood elevator, or painkiller
  • find freedom to achieve steady, lasting results from any reputable weight-loss method
  • deal appropriately with inevitable setbacks
  • make long-term changes to improve their overall health

A resource filled with hope...and the promise of a healthy, joy-filled, productive life!


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User Review  - Amber - Christianbook.com

Great link between spirituality and self evaluation. The only thing that would've made his book better would be the journals being easier to understand and pinpointing the goal or purpose of the journal. Read full review


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Lisa Morrone, PT, has helped thousands of patients and readers get free from physical and emotional pain. A speaker, physical therapist, and adjunct professor for doctoral programs in physical therapy, she has authored Overcoming Back and Neck Pain, Overcoming Overeating, and Diabetes. She graduated her university PT training magna cum laude and now practices in New York state, where shelives with her husband and two children.

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