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by Gillian Riley

  • ISBN: 0091902479
  • Author: Gillian Riley
  • ePub ver: 1919 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 264
  • Publisher: Vermilion; 2nd edition (November 28, 2006)
  • Formats: azw docx mbr mobi
  • Category: Fitness
  • Subcategory: Diets & Weight Loss
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Eating Less is not about dieting; instead, it places the emphasis where it belongs, on healthy eating and eating less. It introduces you to practical techniques that you can apply in your daily life; it shows you how to set your own limits without feeling deprived and becoming rebellious; and it gives you the ability to develop greater.

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Eating Less: Take Control of Overeating. This is a revolutionary Book! I have completely calmed down about eating and feel comfortable with it for the firs time in my 60 years. Select Format: Paperback. I have been dieting for 50 years! And read everything and tried every diet there is. This is the best book I have ever read on the subject. Riley changes your mindset about food and I am confortable now. No more anxiety about what I should eat, what I just ate and what I'll eat tomorrow.

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It offers you a solution to overeating: its aim is to look at thoughts and beliefs about food unravel the mind's addictive impulses and retrain it to have a more healthy balanced relationship with food.

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This work presents a breakthrough system that transforms your relationship with food. As anyone who has ever been on a diet knows, they simply don't work. No one can diet indefinitely and, once you stop, the weight simply piles back on. "Eating Less" is not about dieting; instead, it places the emphasis where it belongs, on healthy eating and eating less. This revised and updated edition offers you a unique and inspiring solution to overeating: its aim is to look at thoughts and beliefs about food, unravel the mind's addictive impulses, and retrain it to have a more healthy, balanced relationship with food. It introduces you to practical techniques that you can apply in your daily life; it shows you how to set your own limits without feeling deprived and becoming rebellious; and it gives you the ability to develop greater control by helping you to overcome addictive behaviour. So simply follow "Eating Less" and see your weight fall off and stay off. ""Eating Less" is likely to succeed where diet books fail. The utter simplicity of its message and techniques makes it easy to start and continue with a programme that revolutionises your attitude to eating and weight." - Sarah Litvinoff. Gillian Riley is an addiction counsellor and runs the extraordinarily successful Full Stop course for those who want to give up smoking and "Eating Less" courses for those who want to take control of addictive eating. Her sell-out courses drew the attention of the world-renowned health retreat - Ragdale Hall - who Gillian now works for in addition to her private client work. Gillian lives in Leicestershire and teaches throughout the UK and Ireland.
Comments (7)

Funny duck
Once I started reading this book, I couldn't stop. For me, the book was revelatory. I'm 50 and for years have been battling self-image issues. I don't know whether I'm overweight or not; I stopped looking at a scale in my early 20s. I do know I was smaller in my 20s than I am now. I sought counseling back then and was diagnosed with anorexia, but, trust me, I was that on the inside, maybe, but not on the outside.

Anyway, since then, I've done my best to exercise regularly and eat pretty healthily, as well as deal with all the emotional stuff going on in my head. And this book has really given me some insights that I never considered. I guess the biggest one for me is considering the role of the culture around me--that I'm not inherently a flawed and defective person just because I wear a larger size than I did in my 20s. If I think about it, I realize I was probably "addicted" to food since I was a child, associating halloween and candy, Valentine's Day and chocolate, Easter and candy, desserts after meals, popcorn with movies, etc. It's sad, yet funny, if you think about it. Most of the food commercials on TV are for the very things that aren't healthy in large quantities. You never see advertisers promoting celery, eggplant, sweet potatoes, and spinach. Anyway, the enlightenment I've gained is huge, and I am already thinking about food and self-esteem in a new way.
Sennnel
I have a master's in addiction studies and a well stocked home library on overeating, food addiction, recovery from same, etc. This little gem of a book had me underlining, making margin notes, intentionally reading small bits at a time to better absorb it, and quoting it to others. I can't find the page, but here's my favorite take-away, paraphrased: "telling someone obese that they need to lose weight is like telling a smoker that they've got to stop coughing." Riley tells us that excess weight is not our problem, it is one of several symptoms of our problem: disordered eating. Obvious in one sense, but a remarkable number of people and helping professionals get permanently side-tracked on that one issue, taking a loooonngg detour into unproductive territory. Once we eat in a sane, intentional manner (mostly, not perfectly every moment of every) -- a challenge we are all capable of meeting if we work toward it diligently over time -- our health and self-esteem will be vastly improved. This is not a book about how to lose weight. It is a book about how to change your eating behavior to reap huge rewards, emotionally and physically; how to embrace the choices you have and connect the dots that link choices and consequences; how to outsmart your addictive desire to eat. It's brilliant.
Adokelv
Preferred reading "Ditching Diets" by same author. It was a condensed version of this book. I found that book to be more concise and helpful.
Tygokasa
A logical approach to learning to eat the way you want to eat... If that is eating less! Not a diet book. Not an intuitive eating book. This is a real how to guide for the problem of overeating. It's written in a way that is very easy to understand and utilize.
Leyl
Gillian Riley knows what she's talking about. This is a great book for anyone that deals with overeating/snacking.
Gardataur
I hard read there is so much to learn.
Olwado
Great, thanks!
The book is really helpful. Thanks to it I have begun to think that I might recover from binge eating. For the first time in many years.

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