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Eating Less: Say Goodbye to Overeating Paperback – 7 Jul 2005
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"Gillian's technique is intelligent and well thought through...I can sense the shift in my thought process" (Daily Telegraph)
"I am eating healthier food and less of it. What I like the most is the idea of never going on a diet again." (The Independent)
"Excellent marriage guidance counselling for those with a difficult relationship with food" (Patrick Holford, founder of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition)
"Eating Less is likely to succeed where diet books fall. The utter simplicity of its message and techniques makes it easy to start and continue with a programme that revolutionises your attitude to eating and weight." (Sarah Litvinoff)
"Gillian Riley's approach is clear, simple and powerful...Simply the best" (leslie Kenton)
Say goodbye to dieting for good with this breakthrough system that will transform your relationship with food and help you to lose weight and keep it offSee all Product description
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I have taken off a star because - while I understood her reasoning for including the nutrition section - I feel she would have been better signposting the work of qualified dietitians rather than attempting cover it herself when this is not her area. The author’s own opinions have crept into it here, and I think she would have been better off remaining neutral. I have worked with several brilliant and very highly qualified dietitians during my life, and I could almost hear them disagreeing with certain aspects of what she was saying in this section, as it clashes with a lot of eating disorder recovery nutritional advice. Like myself, there will inevitably be some people who have recovered from anorexia and bulimia and found themselves with an overeating habit that find their way to this book, and unqualified nutritional advice can be pretty dangerous for these people if they are not in a really strong place.
That really is my only negative, however, and I’m sure the nutrition section would be helpful to many people with lower background understanding of nutrition and no eating disorder background. Otherwise, you can skip this section and lose nothing from the rest of the book.
I feel quite excited now and already in a lot more control than I did at the outset. I also never thought anything could convince me to shift my motivation from weight loss, but now for the first time I am focusing on my quality of life, thanks to this book. That is priceless.
I very much liked that it didn't focus on fad dieting or any such false nutritional nonsense and instead gave sound very sound advice and info.
I can't really discuss the exercises as I didn't do them, I just wanted to absorb the information written and keep it in mind, something extra to back me up, some resource I can turn to when I feel the urge to binge. The book is presented in a neutral way which is in my opinion the best way a self-help book can be presented
After reading I still binged for awhile, my food addiction didn't stop until about two weeks later, it took awhile for the thoughts and information to sink in, I believe other factors had a control aswell but I will give credit where credit is due and say this book definitely gave me a bit of a nudge and sometimes a nudge is all you need.