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Food, Freedom and Truth

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Food, Freedom and Truth by Laura KatlemanFood, Freedom and Truth explores the human condition through the lens of a challenging relationship with food and focuses on our ability to wake up from our programming and live life from the natural state.

Our relationship with food and, ultimately, our entire experience of life boil down to one thing: how we respond to our thoughts. When we see this truth, we can choose to ignore our thoughts rather than follow them, move with life instead of resist it and stop creating the negative feelings that keep us running to the refrigerator.

In these pages, you will learn that
(1) feelings are not random occurrences, erupting willy-nilly without your consent—you create them;
(2) by choosing to stop creating negative feelings, you don’t have to live at their effect; and
(3) you select your experience of life depending on what you believe and where you put your attention.

A misalignment with food is a spiritual issue. We eat too much and eat the wrong foods because we are unhappy and unwittingly creating negative feelings. This pattern of eating to get happy becomes a self-reinforcing cycle. If we’re unhappy, we eat too much and gain weight, causing us to feel worse about ourselves. The unhappier we become, the more we are likely to try to get relief through food. In other words, when eating is our habitual way of coping with unhappy feelings, we turn to food for relief and, in doing so, exacerbate the problem.

Emotional eating is problematic not just because it can negatively impact your health, but because it means that you’re romanticizing food—looking for it to provide comfort, diversion or entertainment. This belies a misunderstanding about the true function of food as fuel.


Skinny Thinking

Skinny Thinking - 5 Revolutionary Steps

“Finally, a well-written guidebook that gets to the root of overweight: the way people think about food.”
–Dr Bernie Siegel, Author of “365 Prescriptions for the Soul”
“Finally!!! Consciousness Meets Food Addiction. THIS BOOK IS REVOLUTIONARY!”
–Lisa Holliday Lee, Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie
“Laura Katleman-Prue’s Skinny Thinking exposes how thought and belief can sabotage or create a healthy relationship with food and provides us with important tools for transforming our relationship with food.”
–Georgianna Donadio, MSc, PhD

Ready to End Your Weight Loss Worries?
If so, Skinny Thinking is for you. The only way to create a healthy relationship with food and stop battling with your weight is to change the way you think about food. This is the missing piece of the eating puzzle. Once you change your thinking, your eating and your body will change. Simply by practicing the five steps presented in this book, you will never again need to worry about food or your weight.

How You Will Benefit:

Learn to make wise food and eating choices, permanently change the way you eat and think about food, end your weight struggle forever and free yourself from food worries, learn to accept your body.

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Skinny Thinking Workbook

Companion Personal Food Journey Diary to Skinny Thinking and Skinny Thinking for Men

Skinny Thinking Workbook

“The Skinny Thinking Workbook” is full of tools that will help you change how you relate to food. A workbook like this, with daily support and exercises, is just what’s needed to chip away at old habits around food and replace them with new habits. Laura has put a lot of thought into devising questions and explorations that will help you understand how you create an unhappy experience around food and how you can create a happier and healthier one instead. Her tone is that of a friendly, supportive, and understanding guide who’s “been there,” a buddy in your growth toward greater freedom and health in regard to food. I love how practical and personal this workbook is. I’m sure you will find it valuable in many ways. I highly recommend it and her book “Skinny Thinking” to anyone struggling with food and their weight.
–Gina Lake, author of “Embracing the Now”

The Skinny Thinking Workbook is an adjunct, a personal food journey diary to support you as you learn about the Five Steps in the Skinny Thinking and Skinny Thinking for Men books. For the quickest path to recovery, do the exercises while you’re reading either Skinny Thinking or Skinny Thinking for Men.

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Skinny Thinking for Men

5 Revolutionary Steps to Permanently Heal Your Relationship with Food, Weight, and Your Body

Skinny Thinking for MenSkinny Thinking For Men, the men’s version of the best selling Skinny Thinking book (for women), addresses men’s particular ways of relating to and thinking about food. This quick easy read provides indispensable, simple tools to end men’s weight struggles forever.

 

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Chew on This

Skinny Thoughts and Recipes for Healthy, Happy Living

Skinny Thinking Chew on ThisI have been on every diet known to man and woman, and have gained and lost the same 30 lbs. many times. This book is remarkable because of the between recipe pep talks and affirmations that we need to diet for ourselves, and that food isn’t anything more than fuel. Also, the recipes are simple, clean, good food. Anyone can do this if I can! Thank you so much! –Teresa Kaylor

Chew on this is a collection of healthy recipes and daily Skinny Thinking thoughts. For the past year readers, clients, and workshop participants have been asking me to share some easy to propare, healthy recipes. I finally sat down with my notebooks and computor files to start writing when a friend called. I told him what I was up to and he suggested interspersing some excepts from the Skinny Thinking book with the recipes—a daily thought on one page and a recipe on the opposite page and voila, the concept for Chew on This was born.

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Daily Thoughts

242 Revolutionary thoughts to Permanently Heal Your Relationship with Food, Weight, and Your Body

Skinny Thinking Daily ThoughtsThese 242 thoughts are daily reminders to help you align with your true self and cultivate a wise, pragmatic relationship with food and your body. Although they are a distillation of the Skinny Thinking Five Steps, derived from the Skinny Thinking book, and helpful reminders of the principles, they are not a substitute. Either read the Skinny Thinking book or take a Skinny Thinking Workshop to both fully grasp the concepts and experience the transformational exercises. In this way, you will best support your ultimate healing.

These Skinny Thinking Thoughts were designed so you could read one a day, a few each day or a page or two each day—whatever feels right. These are an adjunct to the other Skinny Thinking tools; reminders to help you stay on track as you form new, healthy habits.
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