©2007 Judith S. Beck; (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC
"The most empowering diet secret ever." (O, the Oprah Magazine)
I was 20 pounds from ideal weight, 15 lbs to where I would "settle." I've gained weight gradually since age 50, and attributed it to menopause--after all, I exercise strenuously 5 days a week.
I listened to this on a 4 hr plane trip and I was so inspired, that I listened on the way back 6 days later. I downloaded the PDF today, and I'm ready to start the 6 week program.
I've lost 5 lbs in the 10 days since I first listened. I didn't realize how much I was eating. And I'm amazed at how easy it is to stop the cravings. I'm actually leaving food on the plate, even Thanksgiving Day. And, it's much easier to follow my diet program (McDougall). No more excuses and I feel great.
This book focuses on developing habits day by day. Reading it may be a little easier because of the the way she develops each lesson. However, I usually "read" in the car while listening to my IPOD and this version is fine.
I now feel confident that I'll achieve my ideal weight and I'll be able to fit into my skinny clothes by Spring!
This is a great book. I can honestly say it has changed the way I think about food and dieting. Since I listened to this book I have lost 10 lbs with very little effort. Maybe it was just the right book at the right time, but the information in the book has allowed me to approach losing weight in a very different way than I have before. I know how to lose weight, eat less and exercise, so why did it it seem impossible to do? I know I am an emotional eater, so why don't I just stop? This book gave me the tools to do just that and I couldn't be happier.
This is a great book, focusing more on the mental aspects of weight loss. It's not just another meal plan/exercise plan book, but it goes over the emotional reasons people may overeat. So far so good. Just one thing: The narrator refers to CD 4 with .pdf information. Would you please provide this data on the site?
When I went to the Audible website on a computer instead of on my phone and opened my library it clearly listed PDF as a download option and that had 2 files: the journal and charts and graphs.
The book is very good, and the program very doable. But audible readers need to have access to the information on the CD she is always talking about. Why are they not provided here? And where can we get them?
This books is excellent and it really helps you stick to a diet. The exercises are a must in order for you to stick to a plan. I really thank Judith for writing this dieters.
This book has lots of good ideas; it would just take a lot of time to do them all! Although I like the voice of the reader, I get very annoyed with her "sabotaging thoughts" voice.
Judith Beck, yes, Eliza Foss, no, with extreme prejudice!
The application of Cognitive Behavior Therapy techniques to eating habits is much better than diets and other gimmicks. It's also good to know that CBT can be applied to many problems and has actual research backing up it's effectiveness.
ANYONE! Seriously, though, I am not familiar with the names of too many narrators.
Yes, the subject material excellent.
I really don't understand how the author could have picked a narrator that is not only annoying but actually seems to mock the listeners. She also appears to fancy herself as an actor. She reads like she thinks she is on Broadway. No one talks like that!
The substance of the book is fantastic but the Audible version needs changes.
The plan is broken up into steps. It would be helpful if there were demarcations were at those points.
Also, the boom references PDF addendum that come with the audio cd. If Audible isn't going to make that available then they should edit this out.
The book itself is really good and useful.
A bit tedious to listen to all in one sitting. I really wish they had broken out the chapters naturally instead of the large generic 4 chunk chapters. Since this book is suppose to be listened to over 41+ days, it would help greatly. As a result, I had to listen to the book, breaking out chapters by bookmarks. Not pleasant.
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