Emotional eating and food addiction are the major reasons why diets fail and people can't lose weight—or keep it off.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 7, 2011
Renowned American psychiatrist Roger Gould, M.D has released the new ebook, "Emotional Eating 101," directed at sufferers of food addiction—a growing epidemic which manifests in binge eating, compulsive eating and overeating.
"Emotional eating and food addiction are the major reasons why diets fail and people can't lose weight—or keep it off. The first step to overcoming the hurdle of emotional eating and food addiction is education, which is what you'll receive with this eBook," Gould said.
"Emotional Eating 101" is broken into four chapters and covers:
1. The main differences between emotional hunger and physical hunger.
2. How emotional eating really is a symptom of food addiction.
3. How food addiction starts, and the initial steps to breaking it.
4. What you can do to start ending your addiction to food.
Gould has counseled sufferers for over twenty years in his own practice, and as head of outpatient psychiatry at UCLA. Gould was also honored by the Smithsonian Institute as a pioneer in the field of computer-assisted therapy, and his "Shrink Yourself" online program (http://www.ShrinkYourself.com) has been used by nearly 30,000 people, 22 Clinics and 20 Hospitals.
"Emotional Eating 101" brings social media integration to each chapter, linking to a forum on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/ShrinkYourselfCommunity) where readers can join in the discussion—posting questions, receiving answers, and sharing their insights with the Shrink Yourself community.
"Emotional Eating 101" is available from the Shrink Yourself website (http://www.shrinkyourself.com/ee101_subscribe.asp) and is free to share.
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