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Weight Watchers Stop Stuffing Yourself: 7 Steps to Conquering Overeating (Weight Watchers)
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Stop Stuffing Yourself When the bills pile up, do you pile on the pasta? Once you've managed to get the kids snuggled into bed, do you snuggle up with a pint of chocolate chocolate chip? Are you tormented by not being able to eat like a "normal" person? If you think your problem is a lack of self-control, you might be misunderstanding the reasons behind overeating. Emotional overeating has officially hit the mainstream, and Weight Watchers is here to help. Weight Watchers Stop Stuffing Yourself examines all the factors that can drive you to overeat—from stress and anger to boredom and loneliness—and explains how you can identify the causes of overeating and succeed at losing weight. Whether it was a family reunion, work pressures, an argument with your spouse, or a case of the blues, you can teach yourself how to offset the situations that once drove you to the chocolate layer cake. Throughout, you'll find thought-provoking quizzes to help you determine your eating profile and identify your food triggers. This comprehensive guide also helps you explore and investigate the situations that can lead to overeating. In addition, you'll learn how to handle and counter those stressful events with smart, yet simple, solutions. Real life stories of trial and triumph color each chapter, providing motivation, support, and encouragement to anyone who ever thought she was alone in her struggle with food. Weight Watchers Stop Stuffing Yourself is the must-have book for chronic dieters, the food-obsessed, and anybody who's ready to gain control over food and lose weight. Visit Macmillan online at www.mgr.com and Weight Watchers online at www.weightwatchers.com
Weight Watchers® Stop Stuffing Yourself Are you ready to gain control over food? Do you want to succeed at weight loss and maintenance? Then let Weight Watchers help show you the way. Weight Watchers Stop Stuffing Yourself gets to the heart of your overeating issues by exploring the hottest topic in weight control—emotional overeating. If cutting calories or regular exercise hasn't been enough, the next step is understanding why you overeat. Weight Watchers Stop Stuffing Yourself can help in a number of ways:
Why is one cookie never enough? Why does a bad day at the office seem to scream for a quart of rocky road? If you think the answer is a lack of self-control, you might be misunderstanding the reasons behind overeating.
Trust Weight Watchers, the leading name in safe and sensible weight control, to address food issues that go beyond what to eat. If cutting calories or regular exercise hasn't been enough, the next step is understanding why you overeat. Stop Stuffing Yourself contains the latest information on the hottest topic in weight control, emotional overeating. Full of hands-on advice and reassuring coping techniques for winning the battle with food, Stop Stuffing Yourself covers issues ranging from stress and anger to boredom and loneliness, explaining how anyone can identify the causes of overeating and succeed at losing weight.
Real-life stories of trial and triumph color each chapter, providing motivation, support and encouragement to anyone who ever thought she was alone in her struggle with food. Stop Stuffing Yourself is the must-have book for chronic dieters, the food-obsessed, and anybody who's ready to gain control over food and lose weight.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-181) and index.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Why Do You Eat So Much?
Chapter 2: Discovering Your Eating Style.
Chapter 3: Family: The Root of All Eating?
Chapter 4: The Mind-Body Connection.
Chapter 5: Are Daily Ups and Downs Eating at You?
Chapter 6: Stressed Out and Snacking.
Chapter 7: Are You Hungry or Angry?
Chapter 8: Boredom and Loneliness: Filling Up the Empty Holes.
Chapter 9: Changing for Life.
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