Nce and I hope he uses it to tackle the food industry with the same courage that he directed towards the tobacco companies The biggest problem I see with that at the moment is that no one is really sure because there really isn t enough compelling evidence exactly what the guidelines for a healthy diet should be Pour ceux ui essaient de comprendre le raisonnement des industriels Ce livre est par moment un peu r petitif peut tre parce u il est adapt en particulier au monde am ricain nationalit et cursus de l auteur obligent En tout cas il y a mon sens deux
This is not your average diet book Kessler spends most of the book is not your average diet book Kessler spends most of the book exploring the reasons and research behind WHY we overeat including how the food industry manipulates us into wanting of their unk food products Overeating is not ust a matter of eating food that tastes good rather we fall into self destructive habits of eating which are extremely hard to break The book is a great read combining case examples of overeaters to relate to interviews statistics and research about overeating which lead to many aha moments for the reader You will never look at food the same way againMy only ualm with this book is as other reviewers have mentioned that the author doesn t propose a clear cut treatment for overeating The steps toward treatment are sort of implied by the research on overeating presented in the book we need to sever our emotional connection to food avoid the cues to make us overeat etc but it would ve been nice to have received practical advice on how to overcome eating The first part of the book is fantastic but the end fizzles out a bit for this reason This book has definitely changed my life and the way I "look at food i would even say my "at food I would even say my habits have changed for the positive however I am still looking for a book which gives a practical guide to treating my overeating in combination with the sort of excellent research that Kessler includes Do not mistake this book with a dieting book David A Kessel s plan is not to help us reduce weight by sharing cooking tips and recipes His aim is much bigger he wants us to understand why we eat too much or overeat as he says There is no point indeed in trying to ea. Overeating: Taking control of our insatiable appetite By David Kessler please download or read online he. Excellent book A true awakening in
THE AREA OF THE CHOICES WE area of the choices we in food Understanding the
CAUSE AND EFFECT OF SUCH ACTIONand effect of such action how we can implement new behaviors to prevent overeatingSome could argue that this book is not high on solutions But people fail to realize that you do not need a solution when you understand the workings of your mind Because every action you take is under your control therefore it s your responsibility your solution on how you wish to deal with your eating habitsOnce
you become aware of the very things that cause you to overeat andbecome aware of the very things that cause you to overeat and Then you will have the ability to dictate what kind of action you want to produce It is always a decision you make between yourself Lots of tips for resisting the temptation of fat sugar salt combinations Easy to read and remember the cutting edge science which explains why some foods are so ish and impossible to leave alone The author David A Kessler writes as a fellow binger rather than en haut bas As hel I read this book in America and it put me off American fast food completely It is a very well written clear concise and damning expose of how the commonly enjoyed fast food items on American menus and now in the UK too are cooked making me realise ust how unhealthy it is and how the producers manage to make it addictive By the time you have read and fully digested exactly how many times food is deep fried before serving you will not want to eat another burger or nacho or pizza ever again At least not pre cooked and reheated in the American fashion The title is slightly misleading it s not a manual on how to diet but really an explanation of why we should not want to consume the high fat high corn syrup refried gargantuan offerings in the average American diner ever again This is as you would expect a fascinating and scholarly review of the current state of the food industry and its cynical attempts to tempt us into hyperphagia in the face of an obesity epidemic It also provides a heartfelt and enlightened strategy for dealing with your disordered eating Detailed analysis of some very interesting research shows how our brains may respond to food or precisely how the brains of some of us respond to food I suspect Popular Books, The End of Overeating: Taking control of our insatiable appetite By David Kessler There ,
Owever that new thinking and emerging science around
obesity willSHOW THAT DR KESSLER HAS MISSEDthat dr kessler has missed show that Dr Kessler has missed important points In his insistence that a calorie is a calorie and his dismissal of the wrongheaded ideas which suggest otherwise he is failing to oin the dots I am convinced that a fundamentally blinkered dogma underlies the inabilityOf Science To Unearth The Facts Behind Obesity And ThatScience to unearth the facts behind obesity and that evidence free calorific theory is hampering everyone s attempts to provide effective guidance to consumers and manufacturers alike Mainly because it s impossible to make the facts stack upTime after time he looks at research results and finds interesting correlation but not causality When chapter upon chapter is repeated like this it begins to sound very persuasive He appears to have an answer too but what he has in mind for us is a lifetime of abstinence and a constant if diminishing struggle with the availability of highly engineered food in our environment In essence he is telling us we are inexorably addicted and we have to take steps to live with that I m all in favour of personal responsibility unless there s an easier wayWhat if he s based all of this on the wrong assumptions What if by avoiding carbohydrates but being relaxed about fat and salt intake these are the 3 elements he casts as an evil trinity we can create a physiological environment that no longer sends hunger signals cues priming etc to the brain all day long What if the very simple answer to damping down rogue neuronal activity lies in managing your insulin response I suspect it does and wish that Kessler and Taubes would compare notes to come up with a integrated theory that combines the findings of both argumentsHe tells us his weight has fluctuated but I doubt he s battling obesity If he were might he be able to take seriously the anomaly that he temptingly toys with in several places that both under and overweight people overeat with different results When he asks uestions about why that might be happening he may well be able to find answers for the people who need itThat said it s a great read and provides a horrifying insight into the way the food industry is moving Dr Kessler is in a position of great influe. Re many interesting things in this book, readers are very amazed by the contents of the book The End of.