Getting Over Overeating for Teens
By Andrea Wachter
If you struggle with overeating, you are not alone. Studies show that millions of teens face problems with emotional eating, weight gain, and negative body image. However, these facts and figures do not include sneak eaters, overeaters who do not binge, and teens who overeat but manage their weight through excessive exercise. So, if you're struggling with the habit of overeating, where can you turn?Getting Over Overeating for Teens, written by an eating disorders specialist who struggled with her own issues as a teen, provides a wealth of tools to help you change your relationship with food. Using an integrated approach that includes dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and intuitive eating, this book will focus on the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual factors that are essential to overcoming overeating.With the practical advice and powerful exercises in this book, you'll come to a better understanding of your urge to overeat, and learn skills such as emotion regulation, assertive communication, moderate eating, and working with cravings. Most importantly, you'll find better ways to fill up and be ready to apply what you've learned to living a healthier, happier life.
Get Commando Fit Cookbook
By Steve Willis
There are no excuses when it comes to optimum health. What you put into your body is what you will get back out of it. If you want results, you need to commit. There are no cheat days - you need to eat wholesome, fresh food every day of the week.Commando Steve Willis, along with nutritionist Kelly Richardson and recipe developer Kim Wiggins, have put together delicious recipes that are simple, nourishing and will fuel your body for a healthy lifestyle. Includes beautifully illustrated and easy-to-follow recipes such as Chinese Pork Fillet with Fried Rice, Frozen Blueberry Yoghurt and gluten-free Banana and Strawberry Bread - all perfectly balanced to help you keep your nutrition on track and your fitness goals in reach.If you want to be fit and healthy, you can! There are no excuses, eat right to Get Commando Fit.
Gorgeous Skin in 30 Days
By Erica Angyal
A revolution in nutrition, the 30-day Gorgeous Skin lifestyle program debunks all the beauty myths of our time, showing you how to be beautiful from the inside out.Using up-to-date clinical research you'll find information on all the latest antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and supplements to slow down the ageing process and to improve the texture, tone and health of your skin. It also includes valuable lifestyle management tools and relaxation techniques to help you maintain lifelong health, beauty and vitality.The program includes:A safe three-day cleansing and detoxification plan to rid the body of toxins, eradicate blemishes, reduce fine lines and create an even skin tone.All the current information on skin superfoods and nutritional supplements for anti-ageing andwrinkle fighting to enhance repair and regeneration of your skin cells, subdue inflammation and boost collagen production.Hundreds of delicious new recipes, facts and healthy skin tips as part of a complete program fornatural health and beauty.How to identify and use the skin protectors to reverse or slow the ageing process and avoid harmful food, lifestyle and environmental factors that accelerate ageing.A 28-day beautiful skin plan for the bride-to-be or anyone who wants to prepare for a special occasion.
The Ghost In The House
By Tracy Thompson
Thousands of women are affected by depression every year, suffering individual episodes at nearly twice the rate that men do. The prime years for depression are also, not coincidentally, the primary childbearing years: between 25 and 44. In The Ghost in the House, award-winning reporter Tracy Thompson explores the science and psychology of maternal depression, integrating her own experiences as a mother and depression sufferer with survey results from 400 mothers who have been diagnosed with major depression. It is an illness at the intersection of genetic vulnerability and environment - in this case, the unprecedented level of stress that mothers live with today. By its very nature, it affects the lives of the children who grow up in its shadow - a fact long known to scientists but rarely discussed. Thompson's top-notch science writing builds on the tradition of blending memoir with journalism to put a human face on a common, and much misunderstood psychological state. A book every woman and mother must readm it is groundbreaking in its research, evocative, hopeful, graceful and tough.