So in a way I hope to give this book to someone to look into their issues if they are openly mentioning them. Then this book is definitely for you. For some, problems with food and weight become so out of control that life is significantly negatively impacted. Food Triggers is full of practical applications from Scripture, genuine compassion and true stories of struggle and success. It was written in the breathless, over-earnest style of one of those annoying spammy pop-up ads on the internet. By learning your food triggers you can change your future through education and faith.
We find ourselves turning to our favorite food addiction whether it be ice cream or cookies, or maybe it's chips whenever things don't go as planned, only to feel guilty about it and then beat ourselves becoming determined to get a handle our eating habits. The author made addressed the topic in a very approachable way and it is a great start for beginners trying to address the issue. Nur wenn wir sie kennen, haben wir eine Chance, unsere Gewohnheiten zu ändern. . Readers then create their own safe, easy-to-follow plan to end low-calorie dieting and food obsessions for good. Unfortunately, I was only able to stomach no pun intended 60 pages of Food Triggers. If youre tired of diets that dont work for long, hate the way your body looks in photos, feel like a slave to food cravings, and are convinced that no diet or exercise program will help you, then this book is for you.
He never meant for us to struggle with food. She continues that mission in this weight-loss guide. The author made addressed the topic in a very approachable way and it is a great start for beginners trying to address the issue. Abstract: Helps readers understand that addictive eating is a physical, emotional, and spiritual problem that must be addressed on all three levels to achieve true freedom. This is not a simple read and you can change how you eat.
I know I'm addicted to carbs and sugar. After about 350 presentations, many colleagues and participants urged the publication of a book format. Very interesting book for anyone wanting to know the psychology behind food triggers. Rhona Epstein is not only a licensed psychologist and certified addictions counselor but she also struggled with food addictions her self. Learn what your body is actually needing when you have a craving. But I can say that the idea resonated for me. Address the problem on on three levels.
By the last page, you'll have a detailed plan for creating the perfect diet for you, finding your own healthy balance, and maintaining the kind of control that brings you real food freedom every day. I read it a few months ago and t Received through a Goodreads giveaway. This book helps readers understand that addictive eating is a physical, emotional and spiritual problem that must be addressed on all three levels in order to achieve true freedom. However, the author also used a lot of religious praying and finding your connection to God as a method of coping which may not appeal to everyone. I received this through NetGalley to preread.
We find ourselves turning to our favorite food addiction whether it be ice cream or cookies, or maybe it's chips whenever things don't go as planned, only to feel guilty about it and then beat ourselves becoming determined to get a handle our eating habits. The author, Rhonda Epstein uses practical tips along with Biblical insights to help you solve those craving times. He brought me up out of the pit of destruction, out of the miry clay, and He set my feet upon a rock making my footsteps firm. The book is broken down into three sections with several chapters contained in each section. The third section is entitled Beating Your Triggers: A Plan.
Rhona has a gentle yet firm voice that encourages the reader and continues to point towards healing. You can eat in healthy ways and focus on things that matter more than a chip or a cookie, a slice of cheesecake or a sliver of pie. By truly caring for your body, eating nutritious food, and staying active, you can keep off those extra pounds. This easy to read and understand book will bring dramatic hope to your life. We need to fix our issues too. Food Triggers By Rhona Epstein, Psy. And, of course, how you can change that to help you become healthier and overcome your destructive ways.
I find that it was easy to read and understand and I personally benefited from reading it. After about 350 presentations, many colleagues and participants urged the publication of a book format. I do not have compulsive food craving The author shares her own personal story in this book. As to whether I would recommend it to others, I'm not sure. There was a little too much God talk in this for my liking though. I know the pull of a chip bowl or From what I understand, the concept that food might be addictive is still up for debate.
I received this book for free from First Look in return for my honest, unbiased opinion. It can also help you if someone you know fits in the category of the concept in this book. By learning your food triggers you can change your future through education and faith. Cassandra's Review- Packed with knowledge, information and inspiration. It not just about exercise, self-control or diet. I was happy to have the chance to review this book because even though I do not feel a personal addiction to food in any way, this book is ment to inform and help those that do. This section goes into the description of what constitutes binge eating.
It's so hard to find self-help books that cater to atheists but that's a whole other basket. God promises us we can overcome even when we've fallen, and His promises can help you start again. I loved most of this. I was surprised at the different things I learned in this book. Addicts can't have just a little, a little taste will send them careening back into binging. I received this through NetGalley to preread. She also provide a very simple eating guide to follow along with an emphasis on exercise to accompany the religious aspect of her plan.