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Combining the most current information on psychotherapy, nutrition, and professional weight-control practice, this guide offers a refreshingly honest and contemporary program for losing weight and adopting a healthy lifestyle. The new disciplines of cognitive behavior therapy are incorporated, along with acceptance-based approaches and a review of issues related to bariatric surgery. Endorsing a mindful attitude to control stress and regulate emotions that can sabotage any effort, this handbook provides proven techniques for easing into exercise after a sedentary period, how to avoid backsliding, and halting binge eating while building a supportive attitude. The solutions for weight control avoid the pitfalls of common diet books, pills, and packaged meals, and additional hints and suggestions are provided in the tech corner” for utilizing personal technology such as iPhones and laptops.

Published: Bull Publishing Company an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781936693139
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