"The Harcombe Diet: Stop Counting Calories & Start Losing Weight is the definitive guide to The Harcombe Diet. This book covers each of the three phases of The Harcombe Diet in detail, with meal plans for each phase - for omnivores and vegetarians - and the recipes to accompany these plans.
In this book, Zoe Harcombe shows how calorie counting leads to three extremely common medical conditions, which cause overeating and weight gain. The Harcombe Diet will help you to lose weight and keep it off through eating better, not less. Weight loss in the first five days is typically 7lb and the record is a massive 17lb!
Stop Counting Calories & Start Losing Weight: The Harcombe Diet has the ultimate Question & Answer section, with over 100 Q&As covering Avocados to Xylitol with Natural Live Yoghurt, Nuts and Soya in-between.
The Harcombe Diet has changed the lives of tens of thousands of people, freeing them from yo-yo dieting and returning them to great health. Let it do the same for you too.
Keep counting calories and end up a food addict. Stop Counting Calories & Start Losing Weight!
Back cover description:
You've tried every diet under the sun;
You've lost weight and put it all back on;
The more you diet, the more you crave food;
You have almost given up hope of being and staying slim.
Do you want some good news?
It's not your fault. You are not greedy or weak-willed.
You've just been given totally the wrong advice.
This is the first book to explain why traditional diets are the cause of the current obesity epidemic, not the cure.
It shows that eating less leads to three extremely common physical conditions, which cause overeating.
This book can change your life. The Harcombe Diet will help you lose weight & keep it off. There is absolutely nothing to count and you can have unlimited quantities of real food - carbs and fats.
Count Calories and end up a food addict.
Stop Counting Calories & Start Losing Weight!"
About the Author
Zoë's passion is her vocation. Zoë spends her time researching and writing about obesity, diets and weight loss and she works exclusively in this field. She is author of the best selling book "Stop Counting Calories and Start Losing Weight", which was the follow-up to "Why do you overeat? When all you want is to be slim". The result of 20 years' research into the causes of overeating, Zoë's books go against traditional diet advice and are the first to address the three fundamental medical conditions that cause food cravings and therefore the compulsion to overeat. This understanding has helped thousands of people lose weight quickly, easily and healthily through The Harcombe Diet approach. During her teenage years Zoë suffered from both anorexia and bulimia, which she battled for several years before becoming the first person from her state school to graduate from Cambridge University. The early years of her career were then spent fighting food cravings to rival any drug addiction. Despite her illnesses and ongoing struggle with food, Zoë developed her career and achieved a number of high powered positions in the management consultancy, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications industries for blue chip organisations including Mars and SmithKline Beecham. During her 20's, Zoë suffered from all three of the physical conditions detailed in her books but no longer suffers from any of them and knows how to make sure they, and food cravings, never return. Zoë has now been free from food addiction for over 10 years and decided to put her years of experience and research onto paper, creating the heart-felt, revolutionary diet book, Why do you overeat?, followed by Stop Counting Calories & Start Losing Weight and the accompanying recipe book. She is now a full-time diet guru with a Diploma in Diet and Nutrition and a Diploma in Clinical Weight Management and spends her time advising clients, writing for newspapers and magazines, appearing as a diet expert on TV and radio, undertaking more research, and inspiring women and men world-wide. Zoë lives with her husband, Andy, a rescue dog and cat in the beautiful Welsh countryside. She is a member of The National Obesity Forum, The Federation of Holistic Therapists, Mensa and The Chocolate Society. To find out more about Zoë and/or The Harcombe Diet, please visit: zoeharcombe.com theharcombediet.com