There's no shortage of dieting books, magazine articles, and even infomercials that promise you'll be able to finally stop binge eating and achieve your desired weight.
In this case, volume doesn't guarantee success.
Cravings are bound to happen, but it's how you manage them that dictates your outcome.
From his perspective as a formerly food-obsessed psychologist--and previous consultant to major food manufacturers--Dr. Glenn Livingston shares specific techniques for isolating and permanently dis-empowering your “fat thinking self” in his book, Never Binge Again: Reprogram Yourself to Think Like a Permanently Thin Person
. He also reveals much of his own personal journey in the process.
Livingston joins Dr. Friedman to discuss how past experiences and emotions play into addictive/binge eating, as well as how the book can help you:
- Dramatically improve your ability to stick to ANY healthy food plan so you can achieve your weight loss and/or fitness goals.
- Quickly recover from mistakes without self judgement or unnecessary guilt.
- Free yourself from the prison of food obsession so you can enjoy a satisfying, delicious, and healthy diet for the rest of your life.
Featured Speaker:Glenn Livingston, PhD, is a veteran psychologist and was the long time CEO of a multi-million dollar consulting firm which has serviced several Fortune 500 clients in the food industry. You may have seen his (or his company's) previous work, theories, and research in major periodicals like The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Sun Times, The Indiana Star Ledger, The NY Daily News, American Demographics, or any of the other major media outlets you see on this page. You may also have heard him on ABC, WGN, and/or CBS radio, or UPN TV.
Disillusioned by what traditional psychology had to offer overweight and/or food obsessed individuals, Dr. Livingston spent several decades researching the nature of bingeing and overeating via work with his own patients AND a self-funded research program with more than 40,000 participants. Most important, however, was his own personal journey out of obesity and food prison to a normal, healthy weight and a much more lighthearted relationship with food.