• Mindful Eating: Change Your Habits and Learn How to Stop Binge Eating, Cure Procrastination and Get Permanent Weight Loss

  • 2 Books in 1
  • By: David Colombo
  • Narrated by: Annette Martin
  • Length: 4 hrs and 29 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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Mindful Eating: Change Your Habits and Learn How to Stop Binge Eating, Cure Procrastination and Get Permanent Weight Loss

By: David Colombo
Narrated by: Annette Martin
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Publisher's Summary

Are you guilty of binge eating and need to lose weight?

Is eating for the sake of it simply ruining your life?

You need to act right now!

Being overweight or obese is dangerous for our health and well-being in the short term but can be fatal as we get older, with heart attacks, stroke and cancer being among some of the more deadly problems that can arise. The good news is that there is help to fight problem eating and live a much healthier life.

In this book bundle, Mindful Eating: Change Your Habits and Learn How to Stop Binge Eating, Cure Procrastination and Get Permanent Weight Loss, you will find two great titles that tackle the serious issues of binge and emotional eating, with advice on:

  • How to control the urges to keep eating.
  • Beat the bad habits and develop good ones.
  • Why boredom is a factor.
  • Removing temptation.
  • Eating a healthier diet.
  • Permanently stop eating for the sake of it.
  • And more....

Problem eating is a danger and you already know that you need to act before it gets completely out of control. Mindful Eating will change the way you eat forever and provide you with the platform for a much healthier way of living.

Get a copy and stop binging now!

And if you enjoy this audiobook please leave a review so that others who are problem eaters can enjoy a healthy change as well!

©2019 David Colombo (P)2019 David Colombo

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Good and Terrible advice at the same time

There were points of the book that I found helpful, like how they discussed the importance of water intake, getting help, building healthy habits and avoiding processed food due to their addictive properties.

HOWEVER, there are sections of the book that I found hard to listen to. I didn't like how the author described binge eaters as "they" constantly, it sounded as if they were giving a judged view on binge eaters at time without stating evidence or facts. lots of overgeneralization about binge eating, saying binge eaters are "lazy" and "sit on the couch worrying" which is just not the case for everyone. Also some of the advice was just not scientifically sound. While I get why they said intermediate fasting is bad for binge eaters because it can lead to the cycle of restriction/binge, it's not an unhealthy diet in general, and the author seemed to demonize it. Personally it helped me get my binge eating in control because I was able to understand the concept of eating when I'm hungry, and other diet advice about having "cheat days" just seemed so backwards from the author. their discussion on cravings also seemed extremely outdated, and only focused on calories rather than discussing deeper nutrition.

I definitely wouldn't reccomend this book to someone who is just starting to understand their binge eating or trying to fix it. If you're already knowledgeable about your disorder and working for recovery this book may be helpful for some tips, but theres better books with more up to date advice for those starting off.

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Insulting, like it was written for children

I couldn't get past the first few chapters. It's full of debunked stereotypes and ridiculous examples. Right off the bat, I am given no reason to believe the author knows what they're talking about. It sounds like they're just copying whole paragraphs from books written a half century ago. Don't waste your money.

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Repeat, repeat and a little more repeat

I stopped listening to it the minute it said the word stupid.. repeatedly. It didn't say anything i haven't already read on Google.. for free. I really didn't like the condescending tone of both books. Save your money

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Horrible book

The author essentially has no clue what it’s like to be a binge eater and this book has a lot of misogynistic ideas. Don’t waste your credit on this title.

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Horrible

The way it depicts children and parenting is just disgusting. It may have been a little better if different words were used, but this is just sad. Couldn’t make it very long before I had to stop.

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Very redundant

About one chapter of good material. Overly redundant. I do not recommend. Too much discussion on nutrition and not enough on the disease and ways to do overcome it.

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Damaging - Steer Clear

What started as a great primer to help people has been so poorly written and callously narrated that it is likely to do more to cause the listener pain and guilt than to help them change behavior. The book is not factually wrong, its simply not well suited to narration in the format by someone who reads about depression, anxiety, and poor defensive behaviors like its your shopping list.

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Frustrated with This Purchase

I decided to listen to this book because it had a near-perfect star rating. About an hour in, I was frustrated with the dumbed-down way the author explained things, his condescension, and his generalizations when he frequently stated that "everyone" feels or does this or that. The narration was also hard to listen to and sounded almost robotic. An hour in, I decided to start reading the glowing reviews to see if I should continue listening and if he might get to something more substantial. I found that only a small handful of reviews were legitimate. And those were the negative reviews. Most of the reviews were five stars from participants (robots?) with made-up last names and who couldn't form proper sentences or ideas. I"m very frustrated that I wasted a credit on this purchase.

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This is an awful book

This book is just bad. Not helpful in the slightest, and very insulting to pretty much everyone. The reader is unpleasant to listen to, and the content is laughably stupid.

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This is the answer to all the craziness out there

This is the answer to all the craziness out there that is dieting. Presented in this book is that which was obvious to our ancestors and even our grandparents. If you struggle with eating, especially with operating compulsively, this book is for you. Enjoy.

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  • M. Ritchie
  • 11-08-20

Reviews of this book are misleading (its terrible)

The content of this book feels like a Wikipedia page, lots of general and obvious information and no insight into the problem or solution. I have not learned anything from this book that I could not learn from spending 30 mins reading wikipedia and a few blog posts.

Regarding the performance, I have heard text-to-speech engines give more organic performances than this narrator. Truly, one of the most terrible audio-books in my library.

Finally, the flattering reviews are so clearly misleading that this is going to be my first appeal for a refund.

Do yourself a favor and don't waste your time or money on this book.

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  • Dani
  • 03-10-20

Disappointing

I was hoping for a lot more, seeing as it had lots of good reviews. Text seemed repetitive and I didn’t learn anything valuable

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  • Mrs. R. Riches
  • 01-17-20

Binge Eating Disorder

It does give basic insight in to how to identify if you binge eat, and straight forward tips to address or seek help.
I have had to stop at chapter eight though after I started to distracted by the number of times the authors, and narrator say Binge Eating Disorder, sentence after sentence, after sentence. All in context, all valid but it became more entertaining to count the times it was said. I would feel like I needed to get a binge eating disorder if I didn't already have a binge eating disorder.

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  • Lampy
  • 07-24-19

Bizarre and awful

I’m suffering from binge eating disorder and am on a 3-4 month waiting list for treatment. I thought I’d get an audio book to try and gain some control and this was the highest rated. However, it’s awful! Badly narrated, very robotic like someone else has commented and the advice is awful - it feels like you’re being told off! From what I’ve learnt from other research the last thing I need is to be told off - I do that enough to myself! I also find all the positive reviews a tad fishy, all written in robotic language, a lot use the word “peruse” - I don’t think I’ve ever seen this written in so many reviews for a book!

Meanwhile, back off in search of a decent book. So far I’d recommend Lyndi Cohen’s Nude Nutritionist, but it doesn’t appear to be an audiobook.

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  • 07-22-19

Terrible

I found this poorly written, with common sense advise and seemed to be read by a robot. Definitely would not recommend