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Dr. Helen McCarthy is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and has a D. Phil in the psychology of eating disorders from Oxford University. She is an expert in providing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and integrates mainstream approaches with cutting-edge techniques from other areas of psychology. Her clinical career working with individuals spans 28 years and she evolved her appetite retraining method over six years. She runs a weekly blog on her website and has appeared in the Sun, Women's Health and Marie Claire.
How to Retrain Your Appetite provides a ‘no nonsense’ approach to weight loss, based on science and psychology. Most diet books concentrate on what you should and shouldn’t eat and are filled with recipes and meal plans. How to Retrain Your Appetite takes a very different approach. This book isn’t about denying yourself the foods you love but concentrates on controlling your appetite, so you learn to eat only when you’re hungry and savour every mouthful. The science is explained simply and clearly, with plenty of self-help tips, real-life case studies and checklists, creating an interactive, practical workbook. This book isn’t a quick fix solution. It takes time to ditch unhelpful eating habits that have become a natural part of your daily life. Instead, it’s a book to read slowly, one step at a time, identifying your current habits, exploring why you eat when you’re not hungry and working out how to change your eating routine. This is also a book to read again and again, digesting the information until it becomes a natural part of your day. How to Retrain Your Appetite provides a fascinating insight into hunger, self-control and emotional eating – and could potentially help you to achieve permanent weight loss.