On Dieting:
Dieting? Get over it ... How long has anyone lasted on any of these "miracle" weight loss plans or trendy "lifestyle" changes? When you eat everything in moderation, food has no power over you.  Don't diet. Eat! . . . Dieting is an EPIC fail.
 


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5.5 x 8.5, paper - 152 pp.
ISBN 978-935254-32-4
Shut Up, Skinny Bitches!

The Common Sense Guide To
Following Your Hunger and Your Heart


Shut Up, Skinny Bitches! encourages readers to appreciate the size they are - any size they are - and guides career dieters and others struggling with food and body image issues down a brand new path that is soulfully delicious.

This book offers a fresh, revolutionary, and common sense approach to the relationship people have with food and their bodies.  It debunks dieting myths found in modern culture, exposes the little-known facts of dieting, eating disorders and body image disorders, and takes a stand for anyone who  has repeatedly restricted food consumption and been teased about their size or weight.

In a bold, compassionate, researched read, sprinkled with candid testimonials from dieters and others who have experienced eating disorders, the authors reveal how listening to natural hunger and fullness cues, eating cherished foods, and honoring oneself can be the best nutrition of all.  The only diet recommended: An Inner Critic Fast. 

Diets don't work.  Yet, millions of people struggle with dieting every year - some, their entire lives.  Worse, they're pressured to look a certain way and be a certain size.  "Skinny", they're told, is "in".  And, only when they're skinny, will they fit in, be accepted, loved and have all of their dreams come true.

Shut up to that.  Skinny is not the cure.  Thin is not in.

"Gets right to the heart of the matter of why so many of us suffer from body-image crisis.  Shut Up, Skinny Bitches! gives readers the assurance that forcing ourselves to be unnaturally thin is not the answer to anyone's self-esteem problems.  Rago and Archer expose the mindset that you're only worthwhile if you're a double-size zero.  They show that in the case of loving yourself, size truly doesn't matter.  This is a must read!"
 
------------------------------------------------------ ---Kristen Houghton,
         
---------------------------      Author of
And Then I'll Be Happy

 

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