Great insights for gaining control over your self-defeating
behaviors. Highly recommended!
—–John Foreyt, Ph.D., obesity researcher, Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
book, the Wilberts are exposing one of the biggest secrets to successful weight management that has long eluded yo-yo dieters. Fortunately, they are willing to share the combination that can open the door to a
healthier body weight for others. Their book gently takes its readers by the
hand and helps them to disarm the dieting demons that have sabotaged their past attempts at weight loss. Having counseled people in weight management for the past 25 years as a Registered Dietician, this book
will now be assigned reading in my practice.
—–Robyn Flipse, R.D., author of The
Wedding Dress Diet
I find this book to be a truly unique slant on “dieting.” Medically speaking, the authors give very sound advice. The authors encourage readers to look inside themselves to find out why their overeating takes place, then
suggest useful steps to overcome personal obstacles. This book is for the chronic
dieter who is now ready to make a commitment to healthy living.
—–Ramona Slupik, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., Northwestern University Medical School, medical editor of
The American Medical Association’s Complete Guide
to Women’s Health
The Wilberts provide a user-friendly approach to understanding and
changing the attitudes that add pounds and make losing weight so frustrating. “Fattitudes”
offers readers practical help in controlling emotional eating and straightening-out relationships with friends and family
members who would undermine their dieting. This book will help the reader remove
the psychological barriers that interfere with permanent weight loss.
Abramson, Ph.D., author of Emotional Eating: What You Need to Know Before Starting Another Diet