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What Are You Hungry For?: The Chopra Solution to Permanent Weight Loss, Well-Being and Lightness of Soul Kindle Edition
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This is not your normal diet book. Why can't we have groups who use this approach instead of "fat clubs".
If you are sick of being nagged to diet read this book and see what you really need to change.
Becoming aware of this concept is at the heart of this book. Once your awareness of your diet and lifestyle awakens and your understanding of the mind-body link grows (including how this can affect your weight and the further effects this has to say, to your sleeping habits or confidence-levels), you learn to know you can make helpful changes. You can remove what doesn't serve you, and gradually introduce dietary and other lifestyle choices that balance you and your weight, bringing you health and happiness. I can honestly say Dr. Chopra's ideas work for me, and I'm feeling better for them. It would be great if the NHS adopted these ideas rather than spending billions on treating symptoms.
As the book suggests, it's not a diet book per se, but one about changing your mindset related to food, using both Western and Ayurvedic medical philosophies. If you don't want to be seen as a hippie, it might not be for you, but if you're open-minded or like Deepak Chopra's other work (there's a lot of it!), give it a read. It's practical, positive and accessible reading. If you'd rather try an entirely non-Eastern approach to the same kind of things, then I'd recommend Paul McKenna's hypnotherapy and NLP-based work instead.
I have read several of Chopra's books and have bought his books as presents too. I would highly recommend this book to anyone, especially those concerned about their weight and who overeat because of stress and emotions. Deepak has a different focus on diets and practical tools to deal with our emotions and food. I can say that after reading this book I have ditched the diet and focus more on nutrition and it has had a fantastic result in my health and body.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed Dr Chopra's advice which is more based on psychology than mathematics. Humans have a Spirit, and when we eat we not only feed the body but also the soul. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Marina
As usual, Deepak gives a fresh insight to human habits and behaviourPublished 1 month ago by leafydiode
A very good book that makes you understand about human behaviourPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I found the book a bit uninteresting. Not my cup of tea, but might suit other people.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer