"Weight Loss, Life Gain" takes the reader on a journey from a dieting 'Scarcity' Mindset, where food is demonised (bad vs good) and permanent weight loss is a life-long battle, through to the eight mindsets of 'Abundant Living'. Free from food obsession, craving and over-eating, this new mindset focuses on replacing comfort eating with comfort loving. Building self-belief, it leads the reader to discover the beauty of their inner self and how to let it shine freely. Presenting new ways of viewing life and food, and including anecdotal evidence, the book has been sensitively written to help people find a winning alternative to a life where food is the enemy and permanent weight loss, a much longed for dream. By recapturing long forgotten habits of 'Conscious Eating', connecting mind, body and spirit once more in unison with food and nature, the reader will discover how to make happiness their pathway to permanent weight loss.
I was fat, I was unfit, and I was over 40. At my maximum, I probably weighed around 252 pounds (114 kg), but the truth is I am not really sure. Today, I am close to my ideal weight at just 182 pounds (83kg), fitter than I have probably ever been, regularly play competitive sport, and have completed several extremely demanding physical challenges.
These ideas worked for me - and they can work for you too!
Have you ever "felt fat"? Do you beat yourself up when one bite of cookie dough turns into eating the whole batch? Have you dieted yourself into a larger dress size? Are you frustrated because hours of exercise have produced zero results? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you are not alone. Studies show that 75% of women suffer from some type of eating disorder. Whether it's bingeing, bulimia, or another addiction, the good news is there is hope. W.A.I.T.loss: The Keys to Finding Food Freedom and Winning the Battle of the Binge is about Wendy Hendry's journey to recovery from 35 years of binge eating and food addiction. Like many others stuck in their own cerebral food prison, Wendy dieted and binged her way into obesity. Learning the keys to physical and mindful health that she shares in her book, Wendy was able to heal her body as well as free her mind. Now a certified Health Coach and Fitness Trainer, Wendy's W.A.I.T. (What Am I Thinking?) and Click approach to recovery has helped hundreds of others find that same freedom. Most diets teach how to lose weight, but only through changing daily habits can weight loss be maintained. Weight loss should be a natural consequence of healthy living. This book will help you find that. W.A.I.T.loss: The Keys to Finding Food Freedom and Winning the Battle of the Binge is the perfect combination of storytelling, common sense, humor and scientific proof that recovery is possible. If you need help with bingeing, food addiction, chronic dieting or just simple weight loss, don't W.A.I.T. any longer!
This first book of the Weight Success Series presents the original 5-action Weight Success Method. It might seem odd, but in our opinion this new method is the easiest, cheapest, surest, healthiest, most enjoyable way there is for achieving lasting weight success. It typically takes less than six minutes of dedicated time per day. Plus, it can be combined with almost any bona fide dietary program or eating strategy of your choice, including one of your own design. It's all in this easy-read thin book of just 44 pages, which can be read cover-to-cover in around 44 minutes. Also, there's a free online Backup Guide for users of this book (located at correllconcepts.com/ws.pdf). Final point: When something's new, people tend to view it as kooky. But something's only kooky when it doesn't work. This method works.
"After my death, no one will find amongst my papers a single explanation as to what really filled my life (that is my consolation). No one will find the words which explain everything, and which often made what the world would call a bagatelle into an event of tremendous importance to me, and what I look upon as something insignificant when I take away the secret gloss which explains all." - Soren Kierkegaard, Journals, 1842.Written as a script for a film or play, using the dramatic devices of flashback and surreal episodes, Augustus Young has written a highly original discourse on the life and ideas of one of the world's greatest thinkers. Perhaps only Freud has had more influence on the twentieth century's intellectual Weltgeist. Kierkegaard's writings crossed the divide between the ecclesiastic and the secular. His work provides the common ground between existential angst and religious belief. In a short but flamboyant life, the Danish theologian logged his experience into writings whose frankness anticipated and decisively influenced many of the twentieth century's greatest artists and philosophers. "The Secret Gloss" perfectly captures both the tragic and comic aspects of the man, whose life was considered merely eccentric in his own time and whose reputation would not be properly re-considered until many years after his death.
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