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You're overweight, and it isn't your fault. But it is your responsibility to take control of your health. This transformation is also within your power. You just don't know it yet. This is the message that Tommy Caldwell delivers in his book, Heavy Brain.
When we struggle to take control of our health, we blame ourselves. We believe we lack the willpower, commitment, and character necessary for long-term change. This couldn't be further from the truth, and it is this mental conflict that prevents us from succeeding in our fitness goals.
The truth is that struggling with our health is part of modern life:
- We were evolutionarily designed to crave high fat, high sugar, high-calorie foods
- We live in an environment of abundance with a food system that aims to take advantage of these evolutionary mismatches
- We face a high degree of stress and emotional overwhelm that drives us to self-medicate with food, alcohol, laziness, and technological distraction
We do not have an obesity epidemic - we have an epidemic of stress and emotional overwhelm. The good news is that if you understand the roots of your most unhealthy habits and behaviours, you can change them. This is what Tommy has become known for in teaching his readers.
This is not a diet book; you don't need another one of those. It is a personal journey of self-exploration and reconnecting with your true self in a way that allows you to thrive in your health. Join the thousands who have followed the Heavy Brain system and transformed their minds and bodies, once and for all.
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- Anonymous User
I love Tommy's Stuff
I have been following Tommy for awhile and I previously read the paperback version of this book. The audio version is even better. If you struggle to stick to diet and exercise efforts, it's worth looking at the problem a little differently rather than getting stuck in the constant try/fail process we are all so familiar with. That is what this book will give to you. This IS NOT a diet book.