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How to stop overeating and lose weight on the diet of your choice
Glenn Livingston Ph.D.
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Could the way you talk to yourself help you get thin and stay thin?
Do you sometimes find yourself in the middle of eating and feel you just can't stop? Almost as if someone were pointing a gun at your head and saying "eat?"
Are you so frightened of food cravings that you've been unable to improve your diet? A little knowledge about how the nervous system works can make a big difference!
Do you keep changing your mind about your diet? Breaking your best plans for health and fitness? This odd mental trick might be the thing that finally gets you to stick to it!
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Dr. Glenn Livingston is a psychologist and author of the book Never Binge Again. His unusual insights on overeating derive from decades of research and his own recovery.