IMHO a good companion to TFR

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  1. JanD

    JanD maintaining since June'09

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    I'm reading 'Slim for Life' by Jason Vale.

    It's full of info designed to .. "give you total freedom around all food so you will never have to do battle mentally or physically with what you eat - or don't eat - again"

    It also says that it ....

    "Exposes the true nature of drug-like food and drinks"

    "Explains what compels us to eat and drink things we know make us fat"

    "Exposes the sugar and food industry"

    "Destroys the brainwashing and conditioning you've been subjected to since birth"

    "Frees you from the diet and food trap, forever"

    I'm only up to chapter 7 but it's making a lot of sense so far. It ISN'T about childhood traumas, emotional eating or any of that.

    For ME it seems the ideal companion to TFR as I am breaking the addiction to food, so hopefully any changes I want to make as a result of this will be a little easier....:confused:

    Just thought I'd share the info in case anyone else was interested.
    RRP £8.99 I got it for £5.49 from play.com
     
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  3. MrsFatBum

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    thanx for the info. will look into it! I could do with reading something like that. I honestly feel as though I did not have an addiction to food until i started this diet! lol.... Deprivation doesnt do much for it unfortunately! Before I started I never picked at food etc etc.. but now I see food and wanna launch myself at it!
     
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    sparkle 63 sparkling:)and hopeful :)

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    sounds like a good read, i too never realised how much i really ate before i started LT i always said i dont know how i got this big i never eat! but i know now were i was going wrong thanks to this diet and hopefully it will stand me in good sted for the future but that book sounds like it makes a lot of sense thanks for the recomendation jan x
     
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    Thanks for the recommendation, Ill have a look into getting it. it may keep my mind busy and not think about food,
    thanks again
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    Sounds like a must! I know that this diet is only a temporary fix and that I need to sort out my relationship with food!
    At the moment I have a very unhealthy attitude towards it believing that it is the enemy and the thing that has made me fat, whereas I know deep down it is my mind and me that control what I put in my mouth!
     
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