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“Craving is a food thought.” We all have cravings; we all have food thoughts. How do we control them? Strong, inner self control and a few lessons from an expert on food management and, by food management, I mean controlling what, why, when and how much you, as an individual, eat.
Have you ever wondered why so many diets have failed? The lose weight quick program never seems to have a lasting effect. It may help you lose weight, but it doesn’t help you keep the weight off. In fact, sometimes a celebratory rebound happens and you gain more than you lost once the diet has achieved its promised goal. So much time, money, energy (and agonizing), and, of course, money, has been wasted time and time again to meet that one true goal, that desired weight. When, all the dieter really needs is to develop some techniques of self-control.
It’s not so hard, really. And author Sora Vernikoff is just the one to help the dieter. Her recent book, Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want! is a self-help guide that allows dieters to eat and enjoy their food, but also manage everything they eat, when they eat it, and when to stop eating. She lays out very thoroughly the steps to a program that will help dieters not only lose weight, but keep it off without losing their love of food and without having to give up on their favorite foods.
The final section of the book contains charts and diet plans to help the dieter journal their way to a healthy attitude towards what, when, and how much they eat. This journaling program helps the dieter both achieve and maintain their ideal weight. A very useful dieting self-help guide.