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Makes case that most weight loss/gain is based on a 20% diff in average cals - and that our mind/body picks up on environmental cues to make us overeat. As such, if we adapt the cues, we can manipulate our weight without feeling hungry, or miss out on anything.
Some points will be "common sense" - but that doesn't mean we act on the info. Other points are lightbulb ideas, and subtle. Really good.
NB. Is one of the recommended books of Ramit Sethi (google him), who studied behaviour change with BJ Fogg (google him).
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Not a diet, just plainly stated facts of scientific studies on why we over eat and how to lose weight without depriving yourself.
Entertaining and educational. I listen every couple months to remember how I lost the paunch.
I have steadily been losing 1 to 1-1/2 pounds per week. Too slow? 30 pounds in 5 months says it isn't.
If it doesn't work for you, you weren't listening.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
I thoroughly enjoyed "Mindless Eating". Unlike some other reviewers, I appreciated hearing the author's description of the processes, methods and motivations behind his research in addition to his very interesting findings. This is not a "diet book" per se (or I wouldn't have bought it): I liked it as an interesting window into culture and human nature with respect to something as basic as eating. The author's enthusiasm for his topic is apparent in his delivery, which I found most engaging. Highly recommended.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful