New York Times best-selling author Dr. David J. Lieberman introduces a wonderful right-to-the-point mini audio book that tells listeners how to end food cravings once and for all!
Human beings have a complicated relationship with food, both psychologically and physiologically. Need gets tangled with want, and reason is ensnared by the senses. If you ask someone to explain why they just gobbled a half-gallon of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream in one sitting, they usually can't. One part of the brain is stumbling all over itself to satisfy a ferocious craving, while another is simultaneously working through all the reasons why we should ignore the craving.
But cravings are hard to simply ignore, aren't they? Understanding how cravings seduce you into surrendering can help you to conquer them, maintain a healthy weight and improve your overall health. Most significantly, you can tip the scales in your favor, and harness the power of psychology and physiology to reprogram your brain, and to permanently counter your cravings.
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- 22 07 2010
End Your Cravings and Lose Weight Without Stress!
I am definitely addicted to certain foods and am so happy to finally learn why I crave them and how to trick my brain into not wanting them. This is definitely a necessary audio for anyone who wants to lose weight without the stress of dieting.
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- DJ Lazzell
- 10 09 2012
Would you try another book from David J. Lieberman and/or Sean Pratt?
I will probably not buy another book from these authors again.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
The only information I gained from this book came from the last couple of sentences.
What three words best describe Sean Pratt’s performance?
It was monotone.
Could you see Lose Weight without Discipline or Willpower being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Hahahahaha.....NO! This book will never be made into a move or TV series.
Any additional comments?
This should have been a blog at the most; but not a book.