The Thin Woman’s Brain: Re-wiring the Brain for Permanent Weight Loss
ISBN/ASIN: N/A | 2013 | English | mobi | 223/0 pages | 0.86 Mb
Publisher: Applied Insight, Inc | Author: Dilia Suriel, Jim Tipton, Zach Marburger, Subin Parokkottil | Edition: 2
Over 95% of everyone who loses weight via “Eat Less, Move More” returns to their pre-diet weight within the first year! In fact, the more restrictive the diet, the higher the likelihood that the person will gain more weight than before they started the diet.
Despite fueling a $63 billion diet industry, the United States is the fattest country on the planet! Every year there are thousands upon thousands of books on dieting which paradoxically starts a chronic dieting cycle. The Thin Woman's Brain explains this cycle of why we continue to successfully lose weight but why we then struggle to keep the weight off. More importantly the book defines the Thin Cognitive Behavior protocol designed to assist the reader to chart a personal road map for restoring their pre-diet, healthy brain.
The Thin Woman's Brain cites many of the studies in the significant body of science which explains why any eating strategy predicated on unrealistic restrictions will plunge your brain into food obsession, which then leads to compulsive overeating.
The Thin Woman's Brain not only explains the compelling science behind food addiction but more importantly how to restore the brain to healthy eating. It explains why many women are naturally thin while others can only claw to thinness through obsessive vigilance. The Thin Woman's Brain guides the reader through a step by step Thin Cognitive Behavioral protocol which restores the brain to a healthy relationship with food. Natural eating behaviors are what end the dieting struggle restoring healthy body weight.