Weight Off Your Plate: Slim and raise your self esteem without dieting

January 25, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Brilliant book I enjoyed this book very much it has put me back in control of my life and eating habits would definitely recommend to everyone brilliant book I could not put it down I still go back and read it it has lots of information in anyone that buys this book will enjoy it

Anonymous says:

Great book, not just analytically but metaphorically too. As a studying Hypnotherapist I found this book extremely useful in understanding the patterns, emotions and behaviours behind over eating and eating wrong types of foods. It has helped me understand how the brain works and the processes it goes through, which i also found to be very similar to types of addictions too. After all, addictions are all still do do with a feel good factor whether that be through food or something entirely different. With the knowledge I have learnt from reading…

Anonymous says:

I have never called myself “sassy” in my life and nor to I intend to start doing so I read “I can make you thin” by Paul McKenna years ago and it worked but I noticed a little bit of weight creeping back on so thought I’d try something in the same vein but by a different author.Good God this book is annoying. If I have to read about how I could become “slim and sassy” one more time… It was so irritating as to be unreadable. I lost weight by putting it in the recycling.

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