Empowering women and providing an alternative to the diet industry's approach, this guide teaches readers how to get off the dieting treadmill and feel normal and in control around food
A radically new approach to weight loss, this book is a practical, honest answer to the common methods used to combat overeating, which either encourage women to rely on willpower alone, or legitimize overeating by providing lists of "free foods" on which women are actively encouraged to binge. Instead, this guide draws on the authors' own experiences as overweight and unhappy overeaters and their 10 years of work with thousands of failed dieters to help readers explore and understand why they overeat and how to stop. There are no plans or menus, but rather a philosophy of learning to listen to one's body. It offers women a practical, sustainable approach to stopping overeating and achieving a balanced and healthy relationship with food.
the answer to an over-eater's prayers Independent Is there a miracle solution to emotional eating? Probably not, but whatever [Audrey and Sophie Boss] are doing, I want a slice of it -- Olivia Gordon Sunday Telegraph (Stella) How great to read a book about women and their relationship with food that focuses on the conversations we are all having with ourselves. It's a book that offers loads of ways of understanding just why so many of us women are such compulsive eaters. Warm, accepting, accessible, supportive - a book to give overeaters hope -- Julia Buckroyd, Emeritus Professor of Counselling, University of Hertfordshire and author of Understanding Your Eating
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 1st April 2014
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.6 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.22