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Getting Thin By Tuning In - Follow Your Hunger to the Body of Your Dreams! (Book One)
 
 

Getting Thin By Tuning In - Follow Your Hunger to the Body of Your Dreams! (Book One) [Kindle Edition]

Zara Neville
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Product Description

Do you want to lose weight and start enjoying life in a thin, trim beautiful body, without the need for dieting or exercise?

If you want to put dieting behind you and lose weight and once and for all live in the beautiful, thin body nature intended for you, then Getting Thin by Tuning In is for you!

If you have struggled with a weight issue for some time, fruitlessly going on diet after diet in an effort to lose weight, you will discover that the answer to having a thin, beautiful body has been with you all along.

You will be surprised to find that the answer to long-term, sustainable weight loss and the living in the thin body of your dreams has been crying out for your attention while you have been neglecting it, on a fruitless search, looking for it in the words of the latest diet guru’s, diet books, meal plans or even in the advice of your next door neighbour.

In Getting Thin By Tuning In, you will :

  • Discover the obvious no-fail, but often ignored signal letting you know it’s time to eat.
  • Find out how the answer to having the ideal body of your dreams has been there all along, contained in the obvious cues your body has been constantly sending you to keep you slim and healthy.
  • Learn step-by-step how to once again tune into the inner cues you were born with to help you back on the path to the beautiful, thin body nature intended for you.
  • Receive continued guidance, tips and support as you begin heeding your body’s cues from the Getting Thin by Tuning In community at the blog at www.gettingthinbytuningin.com.
  • Learn how to change your mindset and fully accept your new, thin, gorgeous, body to ensure you can effortlessly sustain your weight loss for life.

˃˃˃ Begin your life changing journey and start Getting Thin by Tuning In today

The principles contained in this book won’t take up a great deal of time or energy, and don't cost anything to follow. In fact, the small investment in this book will be repaid at the very next meal you have when you begin implementing these principles into your life.

This small investment will repay itself many times over as you go on your journey to Getting Thin by Tuning In.

This book contains no recommendations for diet pills, surgery, or any other expensive and dangerous weight loss methods. Just simple, practical and easy to follow steps that you can follow in your daily life.

This book outlines the easy way to tap into a reality where crash dieting, deprivation, binges and any guilt surrounding food are non-existent.

Get ready to lose weight and reclaim the thin, gorgeous body that has been there all along by Getting Thin by Tuning In.

Scroll up and instantly purchase this truly life-changing book for the bargain price of only $2.99 - less than the cost of your morning coffee!


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 298 KB
  • Print Length: 160 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003V8BHNM
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Breakthrough Book! Definitely Worth The Money 23 Mar 2012
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I bought this book for the Kindle and read it in only two sittings. First of all, I think the book contains solid good advice about how to reduce and control your over eating in general. There isn't any waffle or 'filler' - everything in the book is sensible and useful.

However, what really made this a 'breakthrough' book for me was the take on the idea that somebody can control their appetite and body size by only eating when hungry, as normal eaters generally do. I came across this concept years ago in my search for a recovery from my compulsive eating however I could never determine how hungry was hungry enough? In the grip of a compulsive urge to eat I would often interpret a vague stomach awareness as hunger in order to justify a binge.

This little book gives an objective, brilliant (and in retrospect obvious) solution that had not occurred to me and is well worth the cover price for that alone. Highly recommended.

The only negative is that in the Kindle version the fonts and page layout start to change repeatedly about two thirds of the way through which is a bit annoying and I suggest the publisher looks at this.
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I have read 3 kindle books on 'intuitive' eating now and have to say this is the one I like least. It is the same basic information but I found the advice to write down absolutely everything you eat far too 'rule-sy'; there is no way I am doing that, it seems too much like diet mentality and the whole premise of this approach should be to get away from that. I loved 'The Overfed Head' for it's simplicity and it's emphasis on working things out for yourself. I also enjoyed 'Thinside Out - have your cake and skinny jeans too' for it's explanation of some of the fears we feel when letting go of diets and rules and learning to trust ourselves. I feel following the approach in this book would mean me becoming obsessed about what I ate - the very thing I am trying to avoid.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Common sense that hasn't occurred to many of us! 25 May 2014
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I have read many diet books and most recently stumbled upon the idea of intuitive/ mindful eating. However, it's really easy to turn these concepts into another diet by only choosing low fat/low calorie foods or convincing yourself that you're hungry when you're not. This book is excellent as it makes intuitive eating very plain and simple- in terms of weight loss it doesn't matter what you eat, it's how much you eat that counts, and when you look at it in this way and follow the guidelines in this book it is so easy to see that I regularly eat much more than my body really needs.

I am now focussing on waiting for my body to tell me when it's hungry ( far fewer times per day than I would normally eat), to eat all the foods I love, and to really focus on how much it actually takes for me to feel satisfied. I think I'm going to save a fortune on food shopping!
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2.0 out of 5 stars better books on the subject 24 May 2014
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Whilst this is not another 'diet' book as such its emphasis is achieving weight loss buy inuitive eating. As such there are better books on the subject: Gillain Riley's 'Ditching diets' , Jan Chozen Boys 'Mindfull eating' and the Boss sisters ( Audrey and Sophie) 'Beyond Chocolate' all come to mind. Nevillle's book is written from a purely personal perspective and is simplistic in the extreme with the underpinning message being we could all lose weight if we only stopped dieting and listened to what our body needs..Much of the book is anecdotal and unsophisticated in its analysis of the issues as she describes her 'journey' and then makes the generalisation that as it worked for her it will work for everyone! It doesn't.

If interested in intuitive eating then do scan all books on the subject before buying this one.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not rigorous science, but some common sense advice. 22 May 2011
By Jackie-the-Greyhound - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a small book that shows how this particular author found a way to manage her, not just weight, but approach to herself by finding a healthier attitude. It boils down to letting go of unhelpful eating and thought patterns and embracing a 'listen to yourself' approach. Reading about her journey is certainly interesting and worth paying attention to, and often it is the journey itself that imparts a lesson--heck her points could be summed up in 2 chapters, but would lose something without reading the context around them.

Certainly for the low 'indie' price it is worth it! I was wavering between the 4 and 5 stars and opted for the 5--my quibbles were minor and the value of the book is definitely there. I will point out my quibbles however as I just can't seem to help myself.

First of all I am definitely in the category of a 'carb sensitive' sort. When I add a few pounds and have followed a so-called 'healthy' lower fat diet (and consequently higher carb) I end up with elevated blood sugars (and a poorer lipid profile). When I cut the carbs down (I call it my no-white diet: no white sugar, potatoes, rice, pasta or flour--and yes, that chocolate/chocolate donut is white!!) and only eat higher glycemic index foods together with other things to balance out, I feel better. Otherwise I have that dreaded blood sugar spike and fall, with the subsequent headache/mood and yes, hunger spike. Not everyone is so carb sensitive, but with my family history of diabetes I have paid attention. Therefore, when the author says (basically) eat to the cravings and don't feel guilt over bad vs. good foods, I just can't go there. Not quite like an alcoholic who could then use that 'craving' as a reason to say it's okay, but FOR ME I just can't be allowed a free rein on my carb cravings. I can easily see the point the author is making, but for some (ME) I still have to assess whether the craving is based on actual hunger or on that darn carb problem I have.

Second, Adkins related, this is an author who did repeat the story of his death--early, in an ICU, due to congestive heart failure and weighing in at 250+ pounds. This could well be some problem inherent in his teachings, however, there are multitudes of illnesses that result in CHF and part of the end stage can result in a staggering edema....so just throwing around that tidbit has always irritated me by other writers, and does so again. It's just not a complete story, and there is no 'cause'/'effect' proven.

Now, please don't think I am some closet Adkins follower--I did read his stuff, as well as other low carb/glycemic/sugar type theories and do understand some of the concerns there. I just get irritated by that one story.

Regarding her comments about exercise, she does not make that a part of her size/weight concern (and does quote several studies where exercise does not lead to extensive weight loss). Exercise of course has many other benefits but just did not play a significant role in her journey. By pointing that out I hope other readers do not think exercise is of NO benefit...

My only other quibble of note has to do with the formatting on the Kindle--a few of the chapters ended up in a funny layout--still readable and really the content was the important part.

In summary, the author does a very nice job telling her story and how she has gotten to a healthier mindset. By telling what worked for her it can probably help many others out there.

Again, I point out my small concerns, but the book itself is quite delightful and highly recommended!

JTG
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE this book, just what ive been looking for 31 Jan 2011
By cc - Published on Amazon.com
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The ideas in this book have totally changed my life and the way i see food now, i really recommend it to anyone who wants to make real and lasting changes to their bodies. The tips are simple and easy to implement into your daily life and they really helped me to take the focus off food. At first it seemed almost too simple but once you start making the changes you feel so good and your body really starts to respond, the weight just started coming off. Its been about 6 months now and the weight has stayed off, but its a different way of life, its not a diet, which is why i like it so much!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars `One size doesn't fit all' 10 Aug 2013
By Grady Harp - Published on Amazon.com
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Zara Neville makes it easy and upfront; "Our bodies are our own, living, breathing, precise feed-back machines. When the innate signals of hunger and fullness hey are constantly sending us are ignored or overridden by various environmental or emotional factors, the evidence will always sow up on our bodies.' Her well written book provides guidance us to recognize, listen and respond to our own inner signals that will in turn lead us to the attractive, slim (fit) body that nature intended.

Neville firmly states that diets don't work in the long run, that the guilt dieting creates spurs us to eat more and she proceeds to tell us how to do away with those situations or thoughts that produce guilt, that there are no true good or bad foods, that waiting for TRUE hunger before eating is the key, to stop eating at comfortably satisfied (and tricks for accomplishing that by asking for a doggy bag or dividing your portions in half, use smaller plates, time each bite, etc), align with a food journal, and tools to help change your self concept.

Throughout this immensely readable book Neville uses her own in depth personal experiences to give us a role model in whom we can believe. Her book is fun to read, full of excellent and sound and realistic and permanent changing advice. Or as she puts it, `This book contains no recommendations for diet pills, surgery, or any other expensive and dangerous weight loss methods. Just simple, practical and easy to follow steps that you can follow in your daily life,'

Finally a book that is based on common sense and that doesn't require anything but a change of attitude! Grady Harp, August 13
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the read 6 Mar 2013
By Karen - Published on Amazon.com
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If you have ever been on a diet, this book is a must read. I have spent way too much of my life not listening to my body, but to the world of dieting. I'm on my third reading of this book. As it has been 34 years of dieting for me I know it will take me awhile to relearn to listen to my body. Thankfully this book is available, and I am so glad I stumbled upon it. This is a short book, but the information is valuable. It may seem too simple, but after putting some of the suggestions into practice I have realized how far out of touch I am with my body and listening to what it has been telling me. My goal is to relearn what I knew instintively as a child and live that way again and NEVER diet again.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good book 3 Feb 2013
By Nacon - Published on Amazon.com
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Very interesting point of view. I think it is more for the single person rather than a family.
I think it could be very effective. It really is close to what I have always thought and used.
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