Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Food Triggers, by Rhona Epstein, Psy.D

End your cravings, eat well and live better

When offered this book to review, I wasn't sure if it was just another do this and you'll lose 50 pounds in 50 days, or if it was something that would help those of us that are addicted to food, to get rid of some of foods power over our eating habits.  
Personally, I'm a secret eater, I've been known to go hide in the utility room, or somewhere no one will show up, and eat half a bag of nuts.  No, not the 1 ounce bag, I mean a pound bag.
So, I decided to see what Ms. Epstein had to say.  First of all, she's been there, done that, and had the pounds to prove it.   After reading the first chapter, I could see this wasn't just any diet book, it offers so much more.  It also offers help, but no promises that it doesn't fulfill somewhere in it's pages.

Do you need help losing weight?  Do you need to understand why certain foods trigger your desire to eat, even when you are telling yourself you are doing the wrong thing?  If so, then I suggest getting a copy of this book, and giving it a try. It has inspired me to look at myself, and work on getting rid of these unwanted pounds.  I'm not just overweight, I am OBESE, and I don't want to carry all this around anymore.  I need help, and I feel that this will help me to control my addiction.

If you have read this far, you probably could use some help, too.
The author and WORTHY Publishing were kind enough to give me  a copy of this book to give away to one of the readers of my blog.
If you are interested, leave a comment. I'll draw a winner on January 25th, you can enter more than once, and please tell your friends to stop by and enter too, if you think it would help them.

I was given a copy of this book to read and review by Worthy Publishing.  I receive no other compensation, and I am not required to give a positive review.  All opinions expressed here are my own.

1 comment:

NanaDiana said...

Oh- Jettie- Sign me up- You KNOW I need help. I do know that certain foods act as triggers to me- sugar being a big one. Hope you find some real help there. I was always a secret eater, too-even since I was a young child. Hugs- Diana