The Psychology of Dieting (The Psychology of Everything)

July 20, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

A quick and easy book to read A quick and easy book to read, however these 112 pages contain a wealth of science-backed information on why we overeat and how to solve the problem. Most diet books tackle from the angle of what to eat, however as we’ve seen, this doesn’t seem to be working. Looking at the psychological side is often missed and this book does a great job at explaining the missing parts of normal diet books.

Anonymous says:

Well-researched, cutting edge information in a concise book Jane Ogden literally wrote the book (several, actually) on the psychological processes behind dieting. This book offers a concise, yet comprehensive overview of the major factors which influence the success and failure of diets using the latest research. I would recommend anyone starting a diet to read this book along with the Beck Diet Solution before making an attempt; there is simply too much useful information in these two books to be overlooked.

Anonymous says:

Good for beginners I’ve only flicked through this as yet but it seems to cover a lot of very familiar ground and has little to offer that’s new to someone such as myself who is quite well read in this field. On the other hand, it’s a good summary for those who are approaching the topic for the first time.

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