This is an inspirational diet book with a difference. It is a non-diet book - with no restrictions, point-counting, calorie-watching or danger foods. Instead, THE LITTLE BOOK OF DIET HELP is a pocket-sized guide full of tried and tested practical tips and tricks that restrictive diet plans cannot compete with. Author Kimberly Willis focuses on you, rather than the food, to help you beat cravings and take control of your eating habits. She uses a combination of yoga, hypnotherapy, NLP, acupressure and common-sense to identify ways in which you can really change your eating habits. Whether it is remembering key slogans (a glass of wine is the same as a glass of pasta), trying new distraction techniques (rubbing your finger between your nose and your top lip when cravings hit) or taking the time to really chew and taste each mouthful you eat, you will find strategies and coping methods that really work for you. .
|Publication date:||5th January 2012|
|Publisher:||Piatkus Books an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group|
|Primary Genre||Health & Fitness|
'Willis provides hands-on techniques for making peace with food. She gives the reader something constructive to do instead of eat!' -- Karen R. Koenig, Lcsw, Author Of Nice Girls Finish Fat
'A creative road to weight loss that couldn't be simpler' -- Doris Wild Helmering, Lcsw, Co-Author Of Think Thin, Be Thin
'A useful, easy-to-read book ... I heartily recommend it to anyone who wants to take control of their eating and their health' -- Bill Cashell, Author Of The Emotional Diet: How To Love Your Life More And Food Less
Kimberly Willis is a successful weight-loss specialist who runs courses and works with individual clients to help them lose weight. She is a hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner whose techniques help her clients to become naturally slimmer, healthier and happier with their bodies.More About Kimberly Willis