This audiobook is the ultimate guide to achieving the body you deserve and breaking the binge eating cycle for good. This is a book for those who have longed to break the binge eating cycle and finally obtain the ideal mind and body. This book is based on evidence and is written by a health psychology professional with years of experience helping individuals become motivated to exercise and treating clients struggling with binge eating behaviors.
This book is not just about breaking the binge eating cycle. By learning to work through the causes and utilize evidence-based tools, you will feel more energy, more joy, and more confidence as well as enjoy your body,and cope better with life's stressors. There are endless possibilities when you finally break free from binge eating.
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"Good info - not good narration"
The narrator of this book does not use effective pauses. The chapters and ideas all ran together for me. I felt like I wanted to give her speech lessons. Slow down, emphasize breaks in chapters and ideas. Give the listener time to absorb the material.
"It was OK"
The narrator read too fast and ignored punctuation that just had to be there in the actual written version or else I doubt it would have been published! Made it kind of hard to follow. It was almost too easy to tune out while listening and I caught myself wondering what she was even talking about at points. The beginning started off good, the first few chapters are informative, but the last half of the book lost me.
"Good advice and practical."
liked it alot. doable easy to follow work out suggestions and tools to help you be successful.
Step by step plan on how to change your relationship with food and reshape your standards. Nice balance between psychology and tactics.
"Not what I expected but good."
I didn't get what I was expecting. Was hoping for more emotional eating causes here
"good summary of much current fitness thought"
...and a good pep talk too.
There are a few glaring errors as well. I don't think it makes water alkaline when you add lemon juice; I don't think tomato can truly be said to be oil soluble, but I think we know what she means.
This is a good primer on a much current thought but is unaware or against the 5/2 diets that seem to work well for some. Like a lot of books in this genre, there are a lot of ideas lofted to the reader to see what can take hold, which is much better than the books that prescribe the one true way.
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