Crave: Why You Binge Eat and How to Stop

Crave: Why You Binge Eat and How to Stop

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Crave: Why You Binge Eat and How to Stop 2.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Jane-Salem More than 1 year ago
I was very disappointed - I thought finally someone could explain to me why and how the cravings work in my brain. This was simply another eat right, eat this, eat that, don't eat in the car, not what to do or explain how to stop them stop! Its just another of the same old stuff.
Veee More than 1 year ago
This book was pretty easy to understand. I was able to shed light on a problem I've had my whole life. I can't say that it's a quick fix because it's not, there is no quick fix but I do feel like this author tries to give you tools to help understand and guide you a little bit. I enjoyed reading this book and will continue to research on my own about my disorder. I know that it will always be an uphill battle but with more and more people realizing that binge eating is a big problem in this country hopefully one day we will have the full support we need. The one complaint I have about this book is that she went on a little to much about drinking our calories. I know the importance of this but I guess for me I don't have an issue with drinking calories as much as others might. Other than that this book was terrific and I would recommend it to anyone struggling with this disorder or anyone who knows someone struggling. It will give friends and family good insight as to what your loved ones are going through !
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50 pages in i still am not getting psychological reasons for the disorder or how to cope & change behavior. Stats galore (supp 2 b 4 PPL who suffer, who cares about stats, this isnt helping our condituon) the wortless BMI mumbo that is used in doctors offices that is horse$#!+ and has been proven as such. Calculating someones health by height & weight & a cookie cutter chart is generic and doesnt take into consideration fitness level or muscle mass so she lost me rt there. Rt now im scanning pages lookin for some kind of relief and understanding, total waste of money.