Starved to Obesity

Fast food and sugars are horribly addictive. This book completely describes the problem and give a solution. A great book!

Starved to Obesity

Author: Emily Boller

Publisher: Post Hill Press

ISBN: 1642930520

Page: 117

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Emily Boller’s self-help book provides the necessary inspiration, education, and practical tips for you to escape food addiction—and in the process, shed unwanted pounds and reclaim your health. Chubby in childhood, anorexic in her teens, and then obese until age 47, Emily Boller was desperate to find freedom from her struggles with food. When she began documenting her weight loss journey online, she never expected to become an inspirational voice for food addiction recovery to millions. Starved to Obesity combines her personal journey, hard-won wisdom, and practical tips with Joel Fuhrman, M.D.’s teachings to create a powerful resource that will inspire and help you break free from entanglements that sabotage health and well-being. And, as the result of losing a child to suicide, she knows firsthand the impact of trauma and grief on addiction recovery—and how to recover from relapse as well. If you want long-term freedom, this book will show you the way! “I have written this book because I wholeheartedly wish there had been a book such as this when I was a kid. It would have been helpful to me and to those in my circles of influence . . . and could’ve possibly saved me and my then- and future family many years of needless pain and suffering.” —Emily Boller “She has learned a lot and is now a scholar in this field of health transformations.” —Joel Fuhrman, M.D., Board-Certified Family Physician specializing in nutritional medicine, six-time New York Times best-selling author, including Eat to Live “Starved to Obesity is foundational to true recovery, and turns recovery into something attainable and natural rather than a perpetual struggle. Beautifully, magnificently done!” —Jeffrey Rediger, M.D., MDiv, Faculty, Harvard Medical School, Medical Director of Adult Psychiatric and Community Programs at McLean Southeast, McLean Hospital—Affiliate of Harvard Medical School; Chief of Behavioral Medicine at Good Samaritan Medical Center “I will recommend Starved to Obesity to all of my patients struggling with weight, food addictions and, emotional challenges of many kinds. It is a gift to us all.” —Michael Klaper, M.D., Nutrition-Based Medicine, Author, Speaker “If you, a friend, or a loved one are struggling with dieting, emotional eating, weight loss, or health challenges, Starved to Obesity can change your life. It is a beacon of hope and a north star pointing the way to freedom.” —Scott Stoll, M.D., Co-founder and Chairman of The Plantrician Project Alive! A Physician's Biblical and Scientific Guide to Nutrition “Starved to Obesity gives us a compelling insight into the fundamental reasons behind food addiction and binge eating. . .Starved to Obesity offers a science-supported, practical guide to finding a healthy relationship with food. It’s well researched and wide reaching If you struggle with your weight and want to learn from someone who has ‘been there, done that,’ this book is for you.” –Dr. David Friedman, Syndicated TV/Radio health expert, #1 international bestselling author of Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction “We are facing an epidemic of obesity and Type 2 diabetes with its acute, chronic, debilitating, deadly diseases. Fast food and sugars are horribly addictive. This book completely describes the problem and give a solution. A great book! I would recommend it to everyone.” —Rudy Kachmann, M.D., Neurosurgeon, Author of fifteen wellness books, TV and radio wellness authority “ . . . applicable for today’s culture . . .” —Ken Hood, Wellness Pastor at James River Church, Springfield, MO “The truth in this life-giving book will set you free.” —Carol Doscher, President & CEO, Graceworks, Inc., New York, NY

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