Allen Carr's weight-loss method is unique. All others involve an element of restriction, leading to feelings of deprivation - which is why so many attempts to lose weight end in failure. 'No More Diets' is a new, accessible form of the bestselling Easyway method. Covering all the key points of the method, this step-by-step summary is perfect for use on its own or as companion volumes to other Easyway titles. ...
Allen Carr's weight-loss method is unique. All others involve an element of restriction, leading to feelings of deprivation - which is why so many attempts to lose weight end in failure.
'No More Diets' is a new, accessible form of the bestselling Easyway method. Covering all the key points of the method, this step-by-step summary is perfect for use on its own or as companion volumes to other Easyway titles.
With No More Diets you will enjoy your food far more right from the start. Once learned, the principles of Easyway can never be unlearned, ensuring that the benefits in health and well-being you experience will be permanent.
. No Scare tactics
. No need to feel deprived
. Changes the way you think about food
. Works for people who wish to relish their food
. You need never again feel guilty about eating
"Your journey through Allen Carr's book will be a revelation in discovering how simple the answer to weight control can be."
Dr PM Bray MB, CHb, MRCG
Praise for Allen Carr's Easyway:
"A different approach. A stunning success" - The Sun
"For the first time in my adult life I am free." Woman's Journal
"His skill is in removing the psychological dependence." The Sunday Times
"I was exhilarated by a new sense of freedom." The Independent
"The Allen Carr method is totally unique." GQ Magazine
Allen Carr was born in 1934. The first in his family to enter the 'professions', he received articles from a prestigious firm of City accountants and began a career in a business he soon came to loathe. After filling a series of highly paid positions, punctuated by a two-year stint in the army as part of his country's National Service programme, Allen reached the nadir of his disillusionment with accountancy. Fed up with the old boys' network and complacent attitude, he took a completely different direction, starting a property development business, initially with a friend and later striking out on his own with his wife, Joyce. By this point in his life, Allen was chain-smoking 100 cigarettes a day, despite the fact that his older sister, Marion, and his father had died prematurely of lung cancer. After repeated failed attempts to stop smoking, Allen's conversion into a non-smoker was as dramatic as it was totally unexpected. His discovery of the kernel of what would become the Easyway method brought about another life-changing decision: to dedicate his life to the fight against nicotine addiction. Allen made this decision in July 1983. Since then he has built Easyway into an international brand with clinics in over 20 countries across the world, and developed his method into the most effective stop smoking therapy currently available. In 2006 Allen was diagnosed with lung cancer and passed away that November.