Full: A Life Without Dieting
A look at weight loss from a trusted bariatric surgeon.
Full: A Life Without Dieting is a new book set to be released on December 28, 2010. This book is by Dr. Michael Snyder who is a leader in the field of bariatric surgery. So many Americans are consumed with weight loss or their current state of weight but seem to be unable to do anything about it. This book offers a perspective on everything dealing with weight loss including rejecting the mentality of dieting that focuses on restrictions and being deprived. Full: A Life Without Dieting uses science to introduce a new definition of healthy.
The strategies included in this book shows that fullness is the best way to fight hunger. Insider tips, tools and information have helped Dr. Snyder’s patients lose weight and that same information is available for you through Full: A Life Without Dieting. Some of the things you’ll learn in this book are how to choose a practical weight loss strategy regardless of your preferences, how to end confusion over portion control, how to be full with less, how to cheat without feeling like you’ve failed and how to find exercises that are inexpensive and fulfilling. You can use these strategies to lose weight whether you need to lose 10 pounds or 50 pounds.
- Offers strategies that work
- Teaches you how to lose weight without feeling deprived
- Written by a medical doctor with experience in weight loss
- Encourages rejecting the typical diet mentality that isn’t working
- Helps fight hunger
- Encourages changing diet and including exercise
- Book attacks unhealthy weight loss methods
- Book written by the creator of the fullbar
- Author of book specializes in bariatric surgery rather than natural weight loss
- Not for those who are morbidly obese
Full: A Life Without Dieting is full of tips on how you can use fullness to work towards weight loss results. This book encourages you to reject the mentality of healthy that has been defined by other diets. Some of the things you learn are controlling your portions, how to cheat, the science behind fullness and how to be healthy rather than normal. This book is written for anyone that wants to lose weight and isn’t morbidly obese. You will be able to end your perpetual obsession with food, eating and dieting. The first thing you do when reading this book is take a quiz to see if the book is right for you. There is no perfect diet, but instead ways to eat that won’t make you feel deprived and will make you healthy.
Before you eat anything, you are instructed to ask yourself how hungry you really are on a scale of one to 10. You must also examine if your desire for food at that moment is being triggered by emotions rather than true hunger. You are encouraged to cheat in order to stay balanced. When cheating is monitored and planned for, it can actually be a good thing. Cheat foods include things like bacon, alcohol, cakes, candy, dark poultry meat, fried meats, French fries, doughnuts and many others. The underlying principle behind eating on this program seems to be calories in versus calories out. If you restrict the amount of calories you eat but use foods that are filling, and increase your exercise, you will lose weight. A day of eating on this plan might be similar to this:
- Breakfast – 2 slices turkey bacon, 2 egg whites scrambled, 2 slices whole grain toast
- Snack – 1 medium apple, sliced, 1 portion low-fat string cheese
- Lunch – 1 turkey sandwich with low-fat Swiss cheese and Dijon mustard, side salad with low-fat dressing, 1 orange
- Snack – low-fat yogurt with granola
- Dinner – 1 boneless, skinless chicken breast, 1 serving broccoli; 1 baked potato
Exercise is a part of Full: A Life Without Dieting in following with the theme of eating less and exercising more. Women are encouraged not to be afraid of strength training or bulking up. For exercise you are encouraged to find something that is inexpensive, easy and convenient. Adding strength training to your workouts will help you build muscle and burn fat faster. For the workouts, some of the things you can do include:
- Playing outside with your kids
- Lifting weights
Losing weight can be a lot easier once you have the right tools to accomplish your mission. Although Full: A Life Without Dieting is not designed for those who are morbidly obese, it will offer help for those who are overweight and want to stop going on diets. This book shows you how to use being full as a method of combating mindless eating. You will also learn how to take a few moments and focus on your emotions before eating anything, which can save countless calories for those who are emotional eaters. You are sure to find some helpful information within this book that can help you be successful in your battle against weight loss once and for all.Common Misspellings
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