Oprah, Women, Food, and God and Skinny Thinking

I just watched Oprah interview Geneen Roth about her new book, Women, Food, and God (written for men as well as women). Oprah experienced many breakthroughs reading the book and is recommending it to anyone who has ever struggled with weight. It seems that however Oprah goes, so goes the country! Now that the spotlight is healing eating issues and Geneen Roth’s philosophy, I would like to take this opportunity to share with you and to compare and contrast Skinny Thinking with the principles in Women, Food, and God. [Read more...]

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Skinny Thinking -  is the last book you will ever have to read about eating, weight, and your body. While other eating and weight books on the market are about managing food conditioning, Skinny Thinking teaches you how to actually overcome it. Anyone can force weight off, but doing so only treats the symptom. By learning the five steps, you will learn how to permanently change your relationship with food and your body, release self-limiting beliefs, and develop new habits for what to eat, how to eat, and how to think about food. By doing so, you will cure your eating issues at their root. If you change the way you think about food, your relationship to it changes, and as a result, your body has to change.

Simple Switches For Healthy Eating by Susan Brown

Eating healthy is at least what you can do to become and remain healthy both, inside and outside. Unfortunately, because of the lack of time we tend to forget about the meals, properly prepared and cooked food and all we do is grab some frozen, processed or junk food in a hurry. That is why more and more people are becoming obese and overweight having problems with weight loss and increasing the risk of diseases, heart attacks or diabetes apparition. In order to lose weight there is no diet pills, fat burners or appetite suppressants needed only some simple switches in our daily meal plan.

You can easily improve the quality of your diet and those simple switches for healthy eating will give you the needed amount of nutrients, vitamins, minerals and fiber your body needs to be healthy and full of energy. When you prepare food try to avoid butter, lard, whole eggs, cream based sauces, canned vegetables and too much salt for seasoning and try to use olive or canola oil, herbs and spices, fresh or frozen vegetables. These changes will not be noticeable and the taste of the food will be the same if not better; but healthier definitely.

Try to avoid the consumption of white bread, rice and pasta, because these are high in bad carbohydrates. There are delicious whole-grain bread, whole-wheat pasta and brown rice, which are high in nutrients and fiber that are elemental for a healthy body and immune system. When it comes to meat, everyone prefers to eat Smoked, cured, salted, or canned meat or fish, red meat or fatty cut meat, because they are delicious, but extremely unhealthy, high in calories and bad carbohydrates. Try out different things, make some simple switches, and eat fresh or frozen meat or fish, without added salt and fish, chicken, beans, nuts, which are also full of nutrients, vitamins, good carbohydrates and essential oils.

Ice cream, cakes, soda, candy and cookies are the most delicious snacks and desserts, but they are also the main providers of weight gain and obesity. You might have some sweets occasionally, but eating low-fat yoghurt, fresh juices from fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and fruits for snacks can give you the same pleasure, with more vitamins and minerals and a large amount of vitality and energy.

These changes do not require too much effort and time, but they can give you the overall health, nutrition and vitality you need.