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Drop the diet: guided recipes for overcoming your food rules Paperback – March 18, 2014
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About the Author
We're an unlikely pairing–like Godiva and Diet Coke. I'm a Massachusetts dietitian with 27 years experience and an expertise in treating eating disorders and Cate's a driven, working mom recovering from anorexia in Melbourne, Australia. I’ve got sons in their 20's, she, daughters in primary school. I've got a passion for full flavored foods mindfully eaten, she’s had a focus on eating what her diet thoughts won’t forbid. It began with my blog, Drop it and Eat, and the honest comments about her struggle she frequently left on my posts. But really it started with trust. I think she realized I got it, that I knew what she was going through. And that I believed deeply that change was possible. I so appreciated her honesty and her determination to move forward along this path to change her relationship with food. Drop the Diet, the sister book to Food to Eat, is finally available! It has been a difficult process–just like recovering from the diet mentality you may be stuck in–but we have both accomplished a great deal. Through the process of writing, editing, cooking and photographing, Cate has moved significantly from the place she began. I've learned more about the practical aspects of recovery–from mealtime management at our first meal together when we met at an eating disorder conference–to the need for patience and realistic goals. And we believe we’ve created a most valuable support to help normalize your relationship with food. Give it a try. And let us know what you think! We look forward to hearing your thoughts.
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