I am constantly reading books to help my clients get to the root of their issues with food.
For anyone who identifies as a compulsive eater, Why Weight is a must-read.
You may not know this about me, but I spent the first 33 years of my life in “food prison.”
If I wasn’t eating, I was thinking about what to eat for my next meal or exercising off my last meal.
Finally in late 2011, I went on my very last diet after discovering the Primal way of eating, exercising and living.
That’s why I’m so passionate about what I do now — helping people free themselves from food prison and develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
I realize that not everyone can overcome food addiction as easily as I did, and that’s why I loved this book.
It’s a true inside-out approach to tuning into what you’re really craving so you never have to deprive yourself again.
If you’ve ever wondered why you eat when you’re not hungry, then get the book and work through the exercises.
What do you have to lose (except maybe some stubborn weight)?