Eat, Guilt Repent, Repeat Review
What You Should Know
Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat is a book written by Brenda J. Bentley, who is a therapist. She wrote this book after her own personal weight loss journey, which helped her lose more than 104 pounds. It is not a conventional diet book that features a weight loss plan, with recipes. It is instead a book that helps you cope with the mental aspects of food, so you can create a better relationship with food and be more successful in your weight loss ventures.
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Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat is the solution for people who are stuck yo-yo dieting, for people who feel like a failure when they cannot stick with a diet, people who always seem to be starting their new diet “tomorrow” and for people who use food to cope with stress and other emotion. The author maintains that if diets were strictly a physical problem, then diets would work, but because they only offer a “quick fix” the weight usually returns, with more on top of it. Because weight gain is usually a symptom of habitual behavior and emotional issues, you’ll never reach your goal permanently, unless you learn to address those issues. That’s where the book comes in. You’ll learn how to deal with the emotional issues that cause you to overeat, and you’ll get access to a variety of resources to help you. You’ll also learn techniques to overcome your excuses for not exercising, and you’ll learn how to use exercise as a coping mechanism.
- Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat can help you stop yo-yo dieting.
- This book promotes exercise.
- Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat does not include meal plans or food recommendations.
- This book will not appeal to people who are looking for a general weight loss plan.
- Most readers will need some guidance about healthy eating.
- In following this plan, it could take a while before you can expect to see results.
- Reading a book does not mean you’ll lose weight.
Eat, Guilt, Repent, Repeat could be a good companion to another diet plan that helps you address how to eat and how to move to promote healthy weight loss. It alone, is likely not enough to help you actually see weight loss results, but the mental aspect of dieting is important to address, and is often the key reason why most people fail. Use this alongside a balanced diet, with regular exercise, and a clinically proven safe and effective appetite suppressant or fat burner, and you will be able to reach your weight loss goals.