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Am I Hungry? What to Do When Diets Don't Work Paperback – 2005
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Am I Hungry? is the prescription for healthy living and joy in our own skin we have all waited for! -- Edward J. Cumella, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, Director of Research and Education Remuda Treatment Programs for Anorexia and Bulimia, Inc.<br /><br />Finally! The truth about losing weight and living a healthy lifestyle! This revolutionary book offers common sense solutions for success. -- Len Fromer, M.D.<br /><br />This book is a fresh, intuitive approach that tosses aside "good/bad food" mentality so we can start living without guilt. -- Dawn Rutledge, Certified Personal Trainer Curves Franchisee<br /><br />This book represents a paradigm shift in the way the medical field will approach weight loss; I endorse it completely. -- Rebecca Moran, M.D.<br /><br />This team addresses the real reasons people overeat - without gimmicks. I can't wait to use it with my clients! --Linda Steakley, M.S., R.D., L.D. Author, FitWeigh and Way To Go Kids Nutrition and Fitness Program
About the Author
Michelle May, M.D., a physician and recovered yoyo dieter is the founder of the Am I Hungry? non-diet weight management program. This comprehensive approach builds on the concepts of intuitive and mindful eating. She has spoken widely on this innovative approach to weight management at hundreds of medical conferences, hospitals, corporate wellness programs, health clubs, spas, schools, and community organizations. She is also co-author of the childrenÂs book, H is for Healthy - Weight Management for Kids.
Lisa Galper, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in eating disorders, compulsive overeating, and weight management. For the past eighteen years, she has devoted herself to teaching people how to step off the diet roller coaster and replace destructive eating patterns with truly effective tools for lifelong weight management. Dr. Galper has a strong commitment to challenging widespread cultural messages that perpetuate the myth that it is necessary to struggle against our own bodies in order to lose weight. Her passion for this work arose out of her own journey to victory over diet and weight obsession and compulsive overeating.
Janet Carr, M. S., R. D., is a Registered Dietitian specializing in weight management and eating disorders since 1998. As the Director of Nutrition Services at Remuda Ranch Programs for Anorexia and Bulimia in Virginia, the largest inpatient facility for girls and women struggling with eating disorders, Janet worked closely with persons struggling with issues and behaviors surrounding food and weight. Her intuitive understanding and passion for sharing a non-diet approach derives from her personal battle with eating and weight.
Top customer reviews
Thank you Michelle May & your 2 co-authors for an easy to read guidebook. I am excited thinking I am FREE of restrictive diet plans, and never have to buy another diet book. I can eat what I want when I'm truly hungry, no more lists on the fridge, etc. Yippeeeeeeeeee.
So, what to do instead? Eat when I am hungry and stop when full. What a simple concept.
I love this book and since reading it have discovered there is an entire "anti-diet" movement out there. An intuitive eating rebellion.
This is a great book to get you started on your journey of intuitive eating and to quit dieting because really, diets do not work.
The book is easy to read and I will have it finished within a week. I applied the skills as I learned about them and have already lost 5lbs during my first reading. The book explains how to eat and each chapter focuses also on eating healthy (without telling you what to eat) and exercise. It is a comprehensive program that is different than any other "diet" book I have read prior.
While waiting for the book to be delivered to my home, I thought about returning to the "points" program but decided to wait until I receive this book in the mail. I am glad I did because now I feel asthough I can begin to live my life to the fullest because food no longer controls me because "Am I Hungry" puts ME in charge and not a set of rules from an outside authority.
What I hated most about overeating is that the habit caused me to be "out of myself" because my mind was occupied with thoughts about feeling uncomfortable in my clothes, guilt over what I just eat, thinking about what I was going to eat next and mentally beating myself up because I hadn't exercised in weeks. The "real me" couldn't shine forth because of my pre-occupation with eating, losing weight and hoping that no one was noticing the pounds I was packing back on. What a waste of time and energy !! Chapter 8 of the book, "Where Does My Energy Go?" resonated with me and is worth the price of the book alone. Consequently, my thoughts are freed-up because I am longer thinking about food all the time and I am able to devote my "full self" to other areas of my life. This IS freedom!!!
I have been blessed to find this book and also work with someone that is a Instinctive Eater. I often wondered how my co-worker could eat only part of the company paid lunch and leave the rest while I has devouring everything in sight. As I read, "Am I Hungry", I totally understand how and WHY he does it!!!
This book as been very liberating for me and I have read other diet books that claim to be the "only diet book you'll need", well "Am I Hungry" truely is the last "diet" book that any overeater or restrictive eater will need. In fact, it really isn't a diet book at all. Purchasing "Am I Hungry" is money well spent!