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Michelle May Answers “Am I Hungry?” In Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat

The National Nutrition Month interview series continues. I’m so excited about this interview! Everyone needs to listen to it. If you have ever dieted, felt uncontrollable eating or binging, think you are an emotional eater, or just have “food rules” you will benefit from hearing what Michelle May, MD, author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat, has to say about dieting and weight management – and it’s not “count your calories and eat less.”

She should know about weight management, she has struggled with her own weight most of her life. She gets it. Not only that, but the book offers realistic and practical advice and encouragement for changing the way you think about eating and dieting. If you’re ready to stop the cycle of eating and repenting for your “food sins,” you will love what this book has to offer.

Listen now to our conversation to get a taste for the whole “Am I hungry?” approach. Find out how you may be sabotaging reaching your healthy weight by dieting and ignoring your body’s own hunger and fullness signs.

Let me know what you think about it in the comments section. One reader will be chosen to receive a copy of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat on April 9, 2010.

Michelle offers an “eating cycle” quiz on her website as well, which is well worth your time. Enjoy the conversation!

April 1st, 2010

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WebGoddess

It makes a lot of sense, this is why I have invested a lot of energy into learning how to cook so that I can enjoy what I eat. if you hate what you're eating it is really hard to stick to a diet plan but if you can learn how to make meals that taste great but are healthy for you then it is so much easier to stick to a diet. The only real issue I have lately is just really feeling like eating is a burden, when I eat healthy then my metabolism goes up and so I feel hungry a lot but am not in the mood to cook five meals a day so I'm trying to find some sort of balance instead of drinking meal replacement shakes to stave off the hunger pangs.

posted Apr 3rd, 2010 10:17 am



   
 

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