Introduced by the author of the bestselling The Hormone Cure, Sara Gottfried MD, Eat.Q. goes beyond traditional diet books to explore the link between emotions and eating, revealing how, when you increase your Emotional Intelligence, you naturally increase your ability to successfully manage your weight. Explaining the link between a high Eat.Q. and a good relationship with food, clinical psychologist Dr. Albers guides you through the most common emotional barriers to healthy and mindful eating, and offers 25 tools and techniques you can use to tailor the plan to your individual needs.
Grounded in dozens of clinical studies that associate a low Emotional Intelligence with poor eating habits—including eating past fullness, eating when your angry or bored, and overeating favorite foods—Eat.Q. offers hope and help that works for anyone, no matter how many times they've tried to manage emotional eating in the past.
|Product dimensions:||7.90(w) x 5.20(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents
Part 1 What Is Eat.Q.?
1 The Solution to Emotional Eating, Stress Eating, and Plain Old Overeating 5
2 The Moment of Decision: Four Tools That Instantly Boost Eat. Q. 33
3 The EAT Method: Take Charge of Your Eating 59
Part 2 Barriers to Eat.Q.
4 Dieting 85
5 Pleasure Seeking 109
6 Social Eating 139
7 Stress 169
8 Trauma 195
Part 3 Tools for Success
9 E: Embracing Your Feelings, Learning to Reconnect 223
10 A: Accepting Your Emotions, Understanding Their Meaning 247
11 T: Turning to New, Positive Alternatives to Eating 267
You're Ready to Use Your New Food Smarts! 291