If you've ever asked yourself, "Why do I know how to eat healthier to lose weight but don't do it?" this is the perfect book for you.
Susan Albers, Psy.D., a psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center, has discovered that the key to successful weight loss is not physical exercise, calorie counting, or even willpower—it's emotional intelligence (EI). EI includes the noncognitive aspects of intelligence, such as optimism, impulse control, empathy, and the ability to manage stress, which are predictors of future success—including the ability to lose weight and to keep it off long-term. (In contrast, lacking these skills can ignite nutritional neuroses, food phobias, and disordered eating that can cause cravings, binges, and weight gain.)
EI skills have traditionally been used to help people navigate their relationships with other people, but Dr. Albers has learned how to use them to help people strengthen their relationship with food. Even the smartest people can struggle with their emotional intelligence, which can keep us locked in a vicious cycle of dieting failure.
In Eat.Q., Dr. Albers uniquely and innovatively applies both self-help and business wisdom to weight loss for optimum success. You learn what your personal style is as it relates to your Eat.Q., and Albers helps you identify exactly what issues you have with eating. She discusses all different kinds of eating styles and explains each of the strategies, allowing you to customize her program to suit your total Eat.Q. profile—including your personal schedule, understanding what you eat and why, and how cravings, environment, and mood affect your relationship with food. She gives you specifics, teaching you how to refine your needs and desires to achieve better results.
Increase your Eat.Q. to eat better, drop excess pounds, and settle at a healthy weight for the long-term. It's a revolutionary new way of eating better and feeling great about your body that will release you from the craziness of yo-yo dieting once and for all.
This book offers a fresh perspective on the reasons and emotions behind
eating choices and explains why knowing the "why" is a powerful tool to eat
in a healthier... Read more
This book really helped me in my pre-Diabetes class that I have committed to. Lots of information, guidance and factual. Recommended to me by a Nutrition Specialist.Published 4 months ago by Beverly Ann Young
In Eat Q, Dr. Susan Albers had given a good job in defining very clearly what is emotional intelligence, and her book has given us a deep insight of emotional intelligence,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by boyshawn
I love that this book addresses the origin of many eating problems, and provides different real life examples of situations that are easy to relate to. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kendra Carver
As a healthy living architect, I am always looking for books to recommend to my clients who are struggling with the mental aspect of weight loss. EatQ is the answer! Read morePublished 6 months ago by CAM
If you feel addicted to food, try this. It helps you think about your problem in a new way.Published 7 months ago by NY Buckeye
Exellent book - very motivational and chock-full of practical, easy to apply tools. I feel like I finally have the insight I need to overcome a lifetime of emotional eating once... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cminnetta