We all want natural weight loss.
I’ve seen many bookshelves heavy with books and magazines centered around losing weight. I’ve changed my thinking from “diet” to “healthy living.” I understand there is a variety of things that impact weight and fallen prey to many gimmicks.
The Diet Dropout’s Guide to Natural Weight Loss, written by Stan Spencer, Ph.D. simplifies the process using practical, simple tactics. The book covers weight not only from the physical standpoint but the cognitive and emotional angle as well. It’s a guide to managing all three for an effective and lasting change. The best part, it’s not complicated…I read the book in a day’s time and find it easy to glance back for reference when necessary.
Spencer incorporates my philosophy of abandoning the diet and wanting to live a healthy lifestyle. It’s a foundation for a life healthier.
From the back cover:
No hype. No fluff. This slim book is packed with myth-busting facts and practical advice.
You will learn
- The truth about common weight loss myths
- The secret to losing weight and keeping it off
- Why “fat genes” can’t keep you from being thin
- How to naturally boost your metabolism
- How to calm cravings and quit emotional eating
- How to keep a “slip” from becoming a binge
- How to eat less without going hungry
- How to get more exercise and enjoy it
- And much more
This book isn’t about the latest celebrity diet, wonder food, or miracle supplement. It’s about creating a personalized weight loss plan—your easiest path to naturally thin. While you can lose weight with almost any diet, keeping the weight off is much more difficult, requiring permanent changes in eating and exercise habits. This book provides a science-based approach for making those changes in a way that works best for you, without wasting time, money, or effort.
I really enjoyed the insight as to why we gain weight and why the fat lost on that diet creeps back into our bodies. There are tips for controlling my downfall, emotional eating, as well as boosting metabolism and improving nutrition as well as easy to understand exercises. There are even easy recipes that help reduce cravings, prolong satisfaction and help lose the weight.
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Julee is a quirky, dorky, North Carolina Transplant with an appetite to taste the world, meets its desserts and blog about them. When she’s not behind the computer you can find her playing with her family, reading a good book and celebrating the little things.
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