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The Body Love Manual: How to Love the Body You Have as You Create the Body You Wantby Elizabeth Lily Hills
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Are you ready to give up dieting forever? Eat without guilt? Achieve your natural and ideal weight without obsessively counting calories, over exercising, taking appetite suppressants or giving up your favorite foods? Then this book is for you...The “Body Love Manual- How to Love the Body You Have As You Create the Body You Want” is a revolutionary, smart and highly inspirational book which offers a non-diet approach to losing weight permanently by tapping into the wisdom of your body. Written by a woman who has overcome obesity, a compulsive relationship with food and a judgmental relationship with her own body, The Body Love Manual explains from a physical and mental perspective why diets do not work and how body judgment drives the emotional appetites that lead to weight gain. The information contained in the book assists you in discovering what is driving the urge to eat when you are not truly hungry and offers the 10 keys to achieving your natural weight without dieting. To support you in staying connected to your true physical hungers, the book also offers specific tools to help you deal with the difficult emotions or ingrained habits that compel you to eat impulsively. As an added bonus The Body Love Manual offers a thirty day “partnership” program which assists you and a chosen partner in teaming up to make the transition away from compulsive overeating towards eating in synchronicity with your true physical appetites. A life changing book!
"Hills, a life coach and self-empowerment workshop leader, shares her philosophy in this ode to mindful eating and cultivating a healthy body image. Hills encourages readers to come to terms with their bodies and engage in some serious self-love via affirmations, meditation, and other introspective exercises. She also urges readers to examine their relationships with food, long-held beliefs about eating, and practices like binging out of fear or avoidance and dieting to lose weight and feel more attractive. Hills's admission that she was once a yo-yo dieter obsessed with body image, along with pertinent statistics, gives her credibility, while her calm, reassuring tone should help readers tackle tough issues (though some, like the lingering effects of sexual abuse, are deftly sidestepped). While Hills's messages — examine why you eat, develop healthy eating habits, and accept your body for what it is instead of what it isn't — aren't particularly new, they aren't particularly harmful either, those interested in cultivating healthier habits through introspection will find this a helpful workbook." Publishers Weekly (Copyright PWyxz LLC)
The Body Love Manual How to Love the Body You Have As You Create the Body You Want is a revolutionary book that offers a non-diet approach to releasing excess weight by learning to tap into the wisdom of your own brilliant body.
Written by a woman who has herself overcome a compulsive relationship with food, the book offers 10 keys to achieving your natural and ideal weight, permanently, without denying yourself any of your favorite foods, taking appetite suppressants, counting calories or exercising obsessively. It guides the reader to understand how body judgment, and self judgment fuel the emotional appetites that drive you to eat when you are not truly hungry and how body appreciation supports you in taking better care of your body.
It also offers powerful tools to support the reader in transcending the urge to binge as well as stress reduction tools to handle the day to day challenges of life.
It is the only book on the market which offers a thirty day partnership program specifically designed to help the reader(s) make the shift from compulsive/habitual eating to developing the skill of eating in alliance with their bodies by practicing as a team rather than going the more challenging route of shifting ingrained behaviors all alone.
If you practice the keys offered in the book, it won't be a question of if you are going to lose weight, rather it is a question of when.
Written by a woman who has herself overcome obesity, body judgment a highly compulsive relationship with food, “The Body Love Manual” offers a non-diet approach to losing weight by tapping into the brilliance of your own body. The manual outlines how diets and judging your body actually drives emotional eating which leads to excess weight gain. It also defines exactly how to lose weight permanently by reconnecting with the one entity you can be sure you'll be spending the rest of your life with...your body.
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