Shelves: own-a-kindle-copy , Short assessment: This book started off with good intentions but failed to deliver because the conclusion was just one more diet. If you want to lose weight without dieting but instead through a lifestyle change, read Intuitive Eating. However, he took the principles of Short assessment: This book started off with good intentions but failed to deliver because the conclusion was just one more diet. However, he took the principles of that book and attempted to apply them to dieting. That was a great first step, but unfortunately, he both goes too far and not far enough.
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This book does not cite any scientific evidence for any of its claims. It claims you can eat whatever you want in any quantity whilst being the weight you want. Follow the guidance of Him and all will be well.
Indeed the multiple typos may be evidence of a less than enthusiastic editorial team. Whilst many of its basic tenets are reflections of current thinking on dietary approaches for long life and a healthy heart etc, there is no evidence within the book that Allan Carr has sorted out the facts. He states that addiction to nicotine is not the same problem as eating problems.
And yet he entirely skirts over the question of sugar addiction. Despite his admission that his solution to nicotine addiction his very famous and successfully monetised solution is not the right tool, he proceeds to use it anyway. Namely a relentless persuasion that if you just knew the facts you would stop eating unhealthily.
And yet facts are the real missing link in this book. Just turn a few more pages His theory about fruit for breakfast seems sound - but based on what? I found myself constantly searching up his claims online to keep myself sane. However, Easyweigh is just rubbish. So eat as much as you want. Just really weak theory based on what he thought. Sorry, Easyway was a classic self-help book. This is just mis-guided dross.
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Learn how and when to remove this template message Carr teaches that smokers do not receive a boost from smoking a cigarette, and that smoking only relieves the withdrawal symptoms from the previous cigarette, which in turn creates more withdrawal symptoms once it is finished. In this way the drug addiction perpetuates itself. He asserted that the "relief" smokers feel on lighting a cigarette, the feeling of being "back to normal", is the feeling experienced by non-smokers all the time. So that smokers, when they light a cigarette are really trying to achieve a state that non-smokers enjoy their whole lives. He further asserted that withdrawal symptoms are actually created by doubt and fear in the mind of the ex-smoker, and therefore that stopping smoking is not as traumatic as is commonly assumed, if that doubt and fear can be removed. At Allen Carr Clinics during stop-smoking sessions, smokers are allowed to continue smoking while their doubts and fears are removed, with the aim of encouraging and developing the mindset of a non-smoker before the final cigarette is extinguished.
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