Relax to Lose Weight: How to Shed Pounds Without Starvation Dieting, Gimmicks or Dangerous Diet Pills, Using the Power of Sensible Foods, Water, Oxygen and Self-Image Psychology
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Maybe so many Americans (and millions of other people around the world) are obese because losing weight has been made to seem like such hard work.
Going to meetings, counting calories, running until we drop, counting fat grams, keeping a journal (which often includes writing down every single bite you took during the day), buying (and using) expensive exercise machines . . . whew!
I don't know about you, but I need to eat a lot of calories just to keep up with the typical weight loss program.
We're stressed out enough by the rest of our lives. Heck, we're stressed out by being overweight. Who wants to add more items to their "To Do List?" Nobody in their right mind, that's who.
I don't want to add stress to your life. I don't want you to count calories. I don't want you to go to meetings. I don't want you to run long, boring hours. I don't want to control every bite of what you eat. I don't want you to write a food blog or journal. I don't want you to waste money on diet pills. If you like protein bars or shakes and they're convenient to eat on the run, that's fine, but they're not required. I don't want you to pay for a gym membership or an exercise machine.
Most of what I'll ask you to do consists of -- are you ready for this? -- sitting down and relaxing.
Obesity is a serious problem.
An effective diet is not just about the food you eat, or even how much food you eat.
Those things are important, but what's going on inside your head has the most effect on your diet's ultimate, long-term success or failure.
And yet your mind is blocked because you've been brainwashed into thinking that losing weight is hard work.
Wouldn't it be great, I thought, if somebody could write a book about losing weight the EASY way?
So I did.
- Richard Stooker, April 2010
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