The Mindset Diet

The Mindset Diet

by Brett Fitzpatrick

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Overview

If complex diet plans and fitness regimens have never worked for you, and you are constantly losing the mental battle to steer clear of junk food, then the Mindset Diet may be for you.

This is not a crash diet plan or a rigorous exercise regimen, it is an attitude, a whole new mindset. This book is packed with insights and tips to help you manage your weight and stay away from patterns of eating that promote weight gain.

It focuses on the size of the portions we consume, and learning how to beat cravings. This is a back to basics approach, where you count your calories every day, but it shows you how to build sinful temptations into this regimen.

A combination of old-school calorie counting and the latest insights into the psychology of appetite are combined to give you the best possible chance of losing weight.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155510581
Publisher: Brett Fitzpatrick
Publication date: 03/16/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 311 KB

About the Author

I am an author living and working in Venice. I love the flexibility that epublishing gives me to live where I want and get my books to people all over the world. I like to read sci-fi and fantasy, and allow my imagination to create the amazing visuals that the writer describes. I'm a child of the 70s and so Star Wars type space opera will always find a warm welcome in my reading stack.
I grew up in the UK and this has given my sci-fi a very British taste. It is more Doctor Who than Battlestar Galactica. It also means that my political consciousness was forged in the battles of 80s British political life, like a few other, more famous, British sci-fi writers. For example, I try to make sure every book passes the Bechdel test.
The greatest joy of writing for me is to be able to dive into a world of the imagination and come back up to the surface with something to show for it. I love feedback, even of the "This book sucks!" type. If somebody is interested enough to want to influence my work, I am interested enough to want to include their feedback.

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