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- Publication Date: September 19, 2012
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B009EB6VV8
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Help Me Stop Eating _____! Stop Food Cravings. Reclaim Your Body & Your Brain. Kindle Edition
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If you think this book will help you stop craving foods then there are a few small sections that offer some hope. Deciding to go thirty days without the food you are craving might be really difficult but also might change your life. The author also states you should call a friend instead of giving into your cravings and this might help you if you are an emotional eater.
The author spends some time discussing the Standard American Diet and explains the dangers of MSG which is in everything processed. The author suggests a diet of organic foods with lots of coconut oil and vegetables for breakfast. This may take some getting used to. Salad is not the first thing I want in the morning. I'm happy however to eat it for lunch. Having a protein shake in the morning seems a better option.
Basically this book presents a certain way of eating that is healthier and will give you the nutrients you need so you will crave bad foods less. I'm not sure the advice in this book will make me never have a craving again but it might make me think twice about consuming the food I am craving.
~The Rebecca Review
Before I started Paul's eating schedule I did a 7 day fast drinking only water(I'm not suggesting this for everyone, but it was a really awesome experience for me).
I am only in my second day of Paul's plan. However, as Paul suggests, I am committed to eating only healthy foods for the next 30 days. I feel really good about Paul's program. After 30 days I will reevaluate if I want to continue. I will also update my post at that time. See you in about a month!
I'm still with Paul's program, although I have modified it slightly for myself. In the past five weeks or so I have not eaten any fast food, nor have I had any coffee or sodas. During this time, I decided to not weigh myself. For me, this first phase was about about eating healthy not losing weight.
I plan on continuing with my nutritional program. Last week I started exercising again. I'm 6' 1" and my current weight is 205. I'm setting a goal of 185 pounds. I've done some marathons in the past, as well as some ironman events. I'm planning on setting a PR for my upcoming marathon in November!
Good luck to everyone on your nutrition goals!!!
Help Me Stop Eating brings up valid points about the SAD diet and the pitfalls thereof. This is good information if you aren't already familiar and even if you do understand what is going on then it serves as a reminder and self evaluation.
Favorite part of the book is the suggestion to go without your favorites for a month. I come from a line of people with addictions so I have put this practice in my own life already. I know that it works to reset your body and allow your mind more control over compulsions. Because of this I can say I have no food addictions. It was smart of Paul Bowman to have included this information. We all need more power in our lives.
Most inspirational part of the book for me was the concept of calling someone instead of emotional eating. I never thought of that before.How clever to go straight to the source. Food will never give us the true emotional support a friend or family member can.
Yes, I recommend this book!
Conquering food cravings can only lead to an improvement in your waist line, self esteem, health, fitness, energy levels, sleeping habits and moods.
This e-book is like a tool box for overcoming food cravings that turns your love/hate relationship with food into positive approaches regarding food and eating that you're in control of.
Bowman's e-book is for those who want to overcome their unhealthy food cravings for junk food, he helps and advises those who need a deeper understanding of the negative affects of those foods. He genuinely gives you all you need to make the positive changes to your lifestyle.
Bowman doesn't write in a judgmental way where you feel like he's pointing the finger at you, he simply explains things in a way that helps you understand more and can workout for yourself why chocolate, cheese, chips and sweets are so addictive. He certainly gave me a few "light bulb moments".
I like the way he encourages us to write any questions to his e-mail address which he gives in the last chapter.
Most of us are ignorant or not educated enough I think to the fact that most of the food available to us today isn't the most appropriate for our bodies and we're slowly killing ourselves with our eating habits.
We suffer from a long list of medical complications these days, - heart disease is the highest it's ever been, illnesses like cancer, diabetes, alzheimers disease, kidney and liver problems, all rife among us.
So, I would be happy if EVERYONE read Bowman's e-book, we'd all be a lot healthier and we'd spend less time in medical clinics.