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Lose Weight Without Discipline or Willpower [Kindle Edition]

David J. Lieberman Ph.D.
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Book Description

The New York Times Bestselling author, Dr. David J. Lieberman, introduces a wonderful right-to-the-point small book that shows readers how to end food cravings once and for all!

Human beings have a complicated relationship with food, both psychologically and physiologically. Need gets tangled with want, and reason is ensnared by the senses. If you ask someone to explain why they just gobbled a half-gallon of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream in one sitting, they usually can't. One part of the brain is stumbling all over itself to satisfy a ferocious craving, while another is simultaneously working through all the reasons why we should ignore the craving. But cravings are hard to simply ignore, aren't they?
Quick quiz:

• When you're eating something you really like, do you have trouble stopping?
• Do you feel guilty when eating something you really want to eat?
• Are you often compelled to eat when you’re bored, angry, stressed or sad?

If any of these situations is a frequent event for you, you've got cravings. Sometimes we know exactly what triggered a craving; sometimes we have no idea. Understanding how cravings seduce you into surrendering can help you to conquer them, maintain a healthy weight and improve your overall health. Most significantly, you can tip the scales in your favor, and harness the power of psychology and physiology to reprogram your brain, and to permanently counter your cravings.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 46 KB
  • Print Length: 28 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Viter Press (April 12, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003H05XXE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #625,570 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Yeah Right! November 10, 2010
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Reading the title: "Lose Weight without Discipline or Willpower" provoked in me the response: "Yeah Right!" I then had to find out if this author was for real. I've read one other book by David J. Lieberman and it was pretty good, if maybe a bit short. This book only took about fifteen minutes to read - it is probably his shortest book.

Mostly he begins talking about addictions and cravings and lists the most common food cravings. I think he has that right! He listed everything I crave. Then he went on to discuss chocolate and caffeine in more depth. I had to agree with him that a reduced-calorie chocolate like an Atkins bar is a good substitute for the real thing. However he then went on to his main point in the book which is to make foods you crave taste really yucky. I did not like this idea at all. He basically recommends that you put things like garlic and vinegar on your favorite foods therefore creating bad reactions.

I'm sorry but I'm still smart enough to know that those foods are still going to taste good without the garlic, etc. But I have heard of people who love garlic ice cream so there is probably no hope for them either. So the main goal of this book is to "extinguish your favorite crave." Will this work? Well you'll have to have some discipline to make yourself eat the tainted foods. I guess it might work for some people but it won't work for me. Guess I'm too smart for my own good. :) Is the book worth 99 cents? Sure, there are some interesting facts about your favorite foods.

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1.0 out of 5 stars I didn't like it June 18, 2014
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I read this book pretty quickly and it had no real New information and it was very short. Th I s information is available in other diet programs.
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David J. Lieberman. Ph.D. is an award-winning author and internationally recognized leader in the fields of human behavior and interpersonal relationships. Techniques based on his five books, which have been translated into eighteen languages and include two New York Times bestsellers, are used by the FBI, The Department of the Navy, Fortune 500 companies, and by governments and corporations in more than twenty-five countries. He has been appeared as a guest expert on more than two hundred programs such as The Today Show, Fox News, and The View, and his work has been featured in publications around the world. Dr. Lieberman, whose Ph.D. is in psychology, lectures and holds workshops across the country on a variety of topics.

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