Your 30-Minute Guide to Low-Willpower Eating: The Secret to Eating Less and Weighing Less for People Who are Sick of Dieting
by Gregg Murray
Sick of dieting? You should be, because if you’re like most overweight people, dieting leads you down a mentally difficult path of deprivation and guilt and demands a physically challenging (at best) set of rules that often actually makes it harder to lose and keep off weight. Low-Willpower Eating provides a “secret” to eating that requires: low to no willpower and no special food.
And because it makes it easier not to overeat, there is no more yo-yo weight loss and dieting. It’s a “secret” that can be used for life.
Sound too good to be true? It’s not. This approach is well-established in scientific circles. As a matter of fact, it is one of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Dietetic Association’s top weight loss techniques.
Low-Willpower Eating is intentionally short—it is designed to be read in about 30 minutes because you are more likely to read a 30-minute guide than to finish a 200-page book. More importantly, it is a simple technique that does not require a lot of explanation or elaboration.
Read Low-Willpower Eating! It will free you from the physical harm and psychological pain of overeating so you can enjoy eating again.
- Gregg Murray, February 2013
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