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The psychology of weight loss – what really works

£7.99, Routledge Why do some of us become overweight? Why is it so difficult to lose weight? How can we adapt healthy attitudes towards food? I have been commissioned to write features about weight loss since the 1990s. I have seen a few books on the subject in that time and this is one of […] Expand blog


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Think yourself to a healthy weight: it’s ‘how’ you eat not ‘what’ you eat

Low-fat, low-carb and calorie counting – nothing seems to shift the excess pounds. So is mindless eating the real reason why you can’t lose weight?  By Liz Hollis A sandwich wolfed down while you work at your desk.  A Friday-night take-away eaten on your lap in front of the television.  A packet of crisps munched […] Expand blog