Discover how to relax around food and free yourself from a lifetime of dieting.
The dieting industry makes it seem like losing weight is some sort of rocket science, a top secret combination of special foods eaten in special ways and all kinds of expensive superfoods, fitness fads, and embarrassing celebrity endorsements. And so it's understandable that when someone seems to stay slender, it must obviously be because they're just naturally that way. By accident, even. We assume some special innate characteristics mean they get to run circles around the laws of physics, eat junk food, and end up with flat abs and a bum you can bounce coins off.
The truth, though? Nobody is naturally thin.
In fact, when somebody claims to be naturally one way or the other (naturally slim or just naturally bigger, without anything they can do about it) what they are actually telling you is that they have a lifestyle that naturally leads to either a healthy weight or overweight.
Nobody can fight the laws of physics, but people are born with different temperaments, different life philosophies, and different attitudes toward food. Look at a thin person, and what's likely the cause is that they think about food differently, and because they do, they behave differently when they eat.
Naturally Thin: The 7 Eating Habits Naturally Thin People Have, but the Diet Industry Never Talks About will help you to:
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The knowledge shared in this book was a true eyeopener for me, it's so painfully simple and common sense.
I have to be honest though, part of me likes the information and knows there is no way around this solution for permanent weight loss, apart from a lifetime of fighting, struggling and trying. But the other part of me wants to keep spending tons of money on magic pills and promises, just in case they work..
I have decided for myself to do the exercises that resonate with me on a daily basis to gradually shift my mindset towards food and myself *fingers crossed* It's to early to say if the approach works for me, but if you have a spare hour and are tired of dieting I can highly recommend to listen to this book.
@publisher/author, is there a Facebook support group?
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