- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Bantam Press (2 Jan. 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0593064070
- ISBN-13: 978-0593064078
- Product Dimensions: 14.8 x 1.8 x 21 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (201 customer reviews)
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Freedom From Emotional Eating(CD+DVD) Paperback – 2 Jan 2014
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The brilliant new weight-loss book from the million-copy-selling author of I Can Make You Thin
About the Author
Over the past twenty years, Paul McKenna, Ph.D. has helped millions of people successfully lose weight, quit smoking, overcome insomnia, eliminate stress, and increase self-confidence. He is Britain's bestselling non-fiction author, having sold 3 million books in 3 years, and his TV shows and live appearances have been watched and attended by hundreds of millions of people in 42 countries around the world.
Paul has famously worked his unique brand of personal transformation with Hollywood movie stars, Olympic gold medallists, rock stars, top business achievers, and royalty. He has consistently astounded his audiences and clients by proving how small changes in people's lives can yield huge results, whether it's curing someone of a lifelong phobia, an addiction or clearing up deep-seated issues in a matter of days...
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I've had a problem with emotional eating since I was a teenager, which developed into a full blown eating disorder, due to strict dieting...so I totally agree with Paul that diets make things worse...you tell yourself you 'shouldn't' eat 'forbidden' foods and before you know it you find yourself binging on those foods..surprise, surprise!! (I guess it's the basic law of physics 'for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction').
After reading a book on overeating in my twenties I managed to get myself out of the binge/diet/excessive exercise cycle that had taken over my life & was making me very miserable & ill.
I stopped weighing myself, ate what I wanted when I was physically hungry, was kind to myself & over a year returned to my normal weight.
BUT...& I didn't like to admit it, over the years since, like an addict, I was still tending to turn a bit to food around my emotional up and downs, especially in the last few years, gradually gaining (I'm guessing looking at photos) a fair amount of weight.
I noticed this book 2 weeks ago & ordered it straight away, thinking this could be answer to my prayers.
I've been listening to the CD before bed and I can't believe how disinterested in food I am!! I only think of food when I'm genuinely hungry and I am not bothered apart from that, but I'm feeling absolutely fine...I'm just not getting as upset about day to day problems, feel better in myself and not once have I felt the need to reach for food to 'sooth' myself.
ALSO!..I am far more active...not fanatical exercising..Read more ›
I have tried 'I Can Make You Thin' a few years ago and, bizarrely, stopped using it....because it worked. Go figure! I now understand it was because I was emotional over eating and I was self sabotaging.
I feel free, like I did when I was a girl and young teenager and could eat anything and simply listened to my body. I now don't stress about what I'm eating, or whether I'm hungry or not, or when I'll eat next, or what's in the cupboards....I'm much more relaxed.
In the last six years I have been with a famous slimming club, with much success. Getting to goal, but then slowly putting on some of the weight, then taking it off again. A yo-yo effect that I was sick and tired of.
And the acid test is this. I have lost nearly 8lbs in the one month I've been listening to Paul's DVD and CD and reading his book. I urge you. Just try it, you don't have to believe it. You don't have to listen to it every day after the first week to maintain it.
You have nothing to lose.
And in those for days she's lost 5lbs in weight. She's not constantly picking at food, and eating when she doesn't like how she feels.
She did have one weak moment, I don't want you to think it's all plain sailing.
She had a conversation with a client who was okay, but my wife interpreted it as she was unhappy. She went and ate a banana and dealt with the issue. Normally it would have been two Terry's chocolate orange, a cheese and ham toastie and a tube of pringles before she dealt with things.
I can only hope that she continues with this book and CD as it's making an impact already.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm loathed to say I didn't like this book/DVD etc as I'm a big fan of Paul Mckenna and in the past have lost 2 stone and calmed myself down with the help of previous books,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by diddyellen
Excellent reading. Really helped with my a motions with food. So with listening to Pauls CDS and reading his books I have lost 2 stone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by olive
I did persist with this ... but there was no change - I am still an emotional eater .... and a big fat pig.Published 2 months ago by Dipsy Kiwi
maybe I would have lost weight if I didn't lose interest half-way throughPublished 3 months ago by R. O'Connor
very good book, really helps you understand why we hold onto weightPublished 3 months ago by therapist
easy to read, makes sense, but I haven't been able to lose any weight with it....Published 4 months ago by ana carolina
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