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Stablishment that euates thin with healthy is the problem Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth About Your Weight by Linda Bacon PhD presents a well researche. If you have ever gone on a diet even a healthy eating plan if you have ever looked at your body and thought you were fat if you ever have wished you were thin if you have ever counted a calorie

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Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth about Your Weight

Fat isn't the problem Dieting is the problem A society that rejects anyone whose body shape or size doesn’t match an impossible ideal is the problem A medical e. First I want to say that this book is a must read for anyone who is overweight and has ever wished they were thinner Even if I felt the book was flawed in a few ways I think it s still incredib

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D healthy living manual that debunks the weight myths and translates the latest science into practical advice to help readers forever end their battle with weight. I struggled with this book and not because it was badly written the author has a readable non academic style of writing I suppose because its main premise is so far from what I ve believed all


10 thoughts on “Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth about Your Weight

  1. says:

    First I want to say that this book is a must read for anyone who is overweight and has ever wished they were thinner Even if I felt the book was flawed in a few ways I think it's still incredibly valuableThere's a whole movement st

  2. says:

    This book was not written by a medical doctor I also find the name Bacon to be deliciously ironicIt's easy to be impressed by someone who says 'I have a PhD' but keep in mind that a PhD is NOT the same as a MD Not only that but Baco

  3. says:

    Holy moley I wish I'd read this book when I was fifteen My entire life would have been changed with this knowledge

  4. says:

    This is an excellent book that explains why diets don't work and THANK GOODNESS finally shifts the blame from the dieter to the diet THE DIET DOESN'T WORK Stop blaming yourself for not being able to control everything Some things are just out of your control Let it go Food is to be eaten for nutrients to nourish our bodies and provide us with the energy we need to function SO EAT FOOD Eat a variety and eat SLOWLY to enjoy the fo

  5. says:

    If you have ever gone on a diet even a healthy eating plan if you have ever looked at your body and thought you were fat if you ever have wished

  6. says:

    I have been learning about Health at Every Size and the Fat Acceptance movement and am thus trying to read it's canon of literature The basic idea is that dieting and self loathing are eually bad for you and one can take better car

  7. says:

    It's flawed in parts but I got a lot out of this book overall The core messages of this book are solid and timely; Listen to your body and eat real food that makes you feel good Starving yourself to be thinner ends in weight gain for most of us and a raising of your set point weight so don’t do it Move in ways that make you feel good without worrying about burning calories Don’t pay attention to super skinny ideals o

  8. says:

    I have mixed feelings after reading Health at Every Size I have struggled for over 3 decades with eating disorders and even when my weight has been well within normal ranges ie a healthy BMI I have still felt press

  9. says:

    I struggled with this book and not because it was badly written the author has a readable non academic style of writing I suppose because its main premise is so far from what I've believed all my life I found it rather difficult to accept While I agree with the author's view that it is counterproductive to berate oneself

  10. says:

    There aren’t a lot of books I would recommend to absolutely everyone If you have ever struggled with dieting felt shame about your body weight or feel like you need to lose weight you should read this book If you have ever looked at someone fat and found yourself judging their weight tried to give friends or patients advice like