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Eating by Design Paperback – August 1, 1996
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With primers available on everything from managing employees to finding a mate based upon one's personality type, it's amazing that something really important like dieting has gone unnoticed. Here, the diet guru to folks like Sharon Stone and Dennis Quaid shows how to cater your menu to your mental makeup.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
John Larroquette Good food. Good sense. It works -- and it's easy! -- Review
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Top customer reviews
I do hope to be able to use the simple to follow plan she has formulated for my "food personality." Many people have been successful by following Carrie Latt Wiatt's advice and I am inspired to believe I will be successful too!!
I love this book and believe it will help relieve other people who get stressed out by their personal battles with food, weight, body image and the diets that don't work.
This is not a diet book. It is a book that deals with the heart of why we eat the way we do and re-directs our focus on HOW to eat for nourishment and rejuvenation, as well as, complete health and well-being. END
While the eating program included in the book is similar to other healthy, low-fat diets, it was the REST of the book which got me inspired. Using a series of questionnaires, Wiatt guides the reader to an identification of his or her own "eating personality." The premise is that different personality types face different challenges to healthy eating, and need to structure their diets accordingly to succeed.
This book is fun to read, and quite compelling. I not only enjoyed the read, but I've also enjoyed putting the plan into action...the first diet I've ever been on that doesn't FEEL like a diet!