Stuffed: how to feel so good about yourself you won't have room for cake Paperback – 1 Jan 2017
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About the Author
Fadela is a coach, speaker and author specialising in helping busy successful entrepreneurs who thrive in business but lack in their personal life and wellbeing. Food is only one way people use to feel stuffed and Fadela focuses on the patterns and beliefs that lead countless successful individuals to feeling empty. She is the founder of Prayanas, a company specialising in leadership, learning and development.
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It begins with a very personal insight or behind the scenes of an unhealthy relationship with food that can manifest as disordered eating, secretive bingeing and orthorexia.
For that reason, this well researched book is worthy and relevant to a wide audience from the plant-based paleo preacher to the donut dodging dieter.
Fadela provides background before a gentle amble into her non-judgemental or dogmatic guide.
Initially I was intrigued at the direction of the text and given the culture of short attention spans it's possible that those still looking for diet tips and quick fixes may become a little impatient. However, after ‘setting the table’ throughout the first third of the book you become better prepared to appreciate a menu of understandable and actionable psychological ingredients. For me, Fadela brings these ingredients of mindful eating, self love - acceptance - and forgiveness, positive mindset and self talk techniques together and serves them up as a simple step by step handheld guide.
With so much food/diet and body image/identity opinions or misinformation this book provides a gimmick free understanding of troubled mind & food relationship from someone who has actually lived it. In short, an oasis of clarity for those struggling helplessly with the diet merry-go-round of emotional eating.
I thought the strategies used to deal with the issue were invaluable & I've found using them over the last few months have really turned things around for me.
I would highly recommend this to anyone who struggles with weight, as I now have the easy to use tools to deal with emotional eating.
If you can relate with this at any level, if you think that your relationship with food is unhealthy even in the minimal sense, YOU NEED TO BUY THIS BOOK because it will make you understand what's happening and help you battle any issues/insecurities you might have! It's just brilliant!