You Are Why You Eat: Change Your Food Attitude, Change Your Life
January 14, 2014
5.6 X 0.9 X 8.7 inches | 0.8 pounds
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About the Author
Dr. Ramani Durvasula was featured on Bravo's THINtervention and will be seen in Fall, 2012 on a new series on Oxygen. Her talk and news show appearances include Dr. Oz, Dr. Drew's Lifechangers, and Anderson Cooper. She is a Professor of Psychology at California State University, Los Angeles, and a licensed clinical psychologist. Visit her at www.doctor-ramani.com.
"Whether you are looking to change your dress size, your love life, take on your dreams, or just figure out how to connect back to yourself again so you can live a healthy, fulfilled, and authentic life, Ramani's book will take you there." -Vanessa Williams, Actress "I recommend You Are Why You Eat to anyone who eats and anyone who wants to be happy. I really liked how Dr. Ramani Durvasula shared her own stories from her life about weight gain and love loss. In a very entertaining way, she explains how she took control of her life, lost weight and found love." --Cheryl Hines"You Are WHY You Eat is a groundbreaking book that will help people take control of their lives and more importantly live a life that is authentic. By connecting readers to their emotions and learning to find an authentic self, Dr Ramani tackles the most important factors that create our issues around food. She reveals that many of our problems begin with food and our desire to please others. Once we can master the food triggers and listen to ourselves we can also learn to self-regulate in other areas of our lives. A brilliant new look at living an authentic life. Read this book and change your life!" --Dr. Drew Pinsky "Dr. Ramani is really onto something with her philosophy, 'The Promise of One.' It's a simple approach to changing your life one moment at a time . . . and it can work!"--Jeff Probst"Dr. Ramani Durvasula provides an insightful look into what causes eating problems for many women today, and offers a practical step-by-step guide for how to gain control of why you eat and ultimately who you are. This book can change the way you eat and the way you live." --Fary M. Cachelin, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, UNC Charlotte"We have long known that health and well-being are directed by physical, emotional, and social conditions. This multifaceted and intelligent understanding to eating and weight loss is what Dr. Ramani keenly investigates in her book You Are WHY You Eat. Dr. Ramani provides astute insights and practical suggestions that inform all of us on how we must listen to our bodies, attend to our emotions, and be aware of our social environments if each of us is to effectively manage what we eat and control weight in a manner that attends to whole of who we each are. This book draws on state of the art scientific knowledge from the behavioral and health sciences and translates this knowledge into a practical and helpful suggestions and strategies." --Perry N. Halkitis, Ph.D., Professor of Applied Psychology, Public Health, and Medicine, New York University