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Hardcover The Stress-Eating Cure: Lose Weight with the No-Willpower Solution to Stress-Hunger and Cravings Book

ISBN: 160529456X

ISBN13: 9781605294568

The Stress-Eating Cure: Lose Weight with the No-Willpower Solution to Stress-Hunger and Cravings

Drs. Rachael and Richard Heller turned the diet world upside down with the spectacular success of the Carbohydrate Addict's books. The Stress-Eating Cure marshalls 10 years of cutting-edge research to reveal that carb addiction was just the tip of the iceberg. The Hellers offer a struggle-free solution to stress eating, for life. You'll: - discover that stress eating is a not a matter of willpower, it's a matter of biology - experience the power of...


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Common Sense Advice - Normal Foods - Relieve Stress and Lose Weight? Wow!

The Stress Eating Cure could be a great help to a great many people. Stress-Eating defined, according to the book, is about the consumption of high-carb and/or fatty foods in response to different types of stress - mental, physical or emotional. A stress-eater might crave food out of boredom or loneliness, anxiety, too many responsibilities, anger, fear or worry, even medications and/or drugs. This causes a hormonal imbalance where relief comes only in the form of giving in to the cravings over and over again. In the book, Dr's Rachael and Richard Heller, strive first to help us discover our stress-eating type, and next to show us a step-by-step plan to correct the causes of stress-eating. There are different menus for different phases, kind of the like the Atkins plan but with different food combinations, this is not a no-carb diet. The foods are normal everyday foods, and daily plans emphasize a big, balanced breakfast. If you follow the menu plans suggested, there's no way you could eat all that food! Why? Because the meal plans include what I call 'real food', and lots of it. Real food makes you feel satisfied, and in the combinations recommended, they may help you lose weight and relieve stress. Nothing is really off limits as long as you combine it with certain other types of normal foods. In order to boost our vegetable consumption, on Page 156 of the hardcover book, the authors advise the reader 'never eat a naked vegetable!' - by which they mean we should "dip it, wrap it, stir-fry it, cover it, or tuck it in between layers of protein". The Stress Eating Cure includes food lists, recipes and menu ideas as well. We're gonna try it - if it works, that's all that really matters, isn't it?
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