The Rules of "Normal" Eating

A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between!

(Gürze Books, 2005)

Ditch your diets and end overeating. Discover how to say “yes” and “no” to food in just the right balance by reading this wise, funny, compassionate book that’s no-nonsense and straight-talking. Learn to:

• Follow the four rules that “normal” eaters practice intuitively
• Change negative thinking and create healthy habits
• Manage difficult emotions, rather than starving or stuffing them
• Feel healthy and “normal” around food
• Create a life that is truly satisfying

Book Testimonials:

I’ve read close to 100 self-help books, and this one hit home more than any other.
-- S.L.

There are four “rules” that “normal” eaters follow instinctively…negative thinking and unhealthy habits follow from ignoring them. An essential guide for a wide audience, from young adults and those newly on their own to caregivers and students alike.
-- Midwest Book Review

Provides a roadmap with step-by-step directions to normal eating. The chapter on self-care without using food is superb.
-- Diane Keddy, Registered Dietician

This book has become my eating bible and I tell everyone I meet how amazing and inspiring this book is. You must go out and buy this book. It will be the best $15 bucks you ever spend!
-- R.S.

I really appreciate the author's logical, common sense philosophy on eating and feel confident that with the tools provided by this book, I can retrain myself to eat normally.
-- Rebecca

This book answered ALL my questions in such depth. It was if the book was written about me.
-- K.W.

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