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The End of Overeating by David A. Kessler
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Sep 23, 2009

did not like it
bookshelves: library-books, non-fiction, psychology, diet, 2009
Read in September, 2009

Kessler begins by offering the intriguing promise of uncovering the real reason people overeat and how to overcome that behavior. The psychological and biochemical studies he describes are all very interesting, but the text rambles quite a bit before finally offering a few cognitive behavioral techniques for overcoming the urge to eat foods high in sugar/salt/fat. Part diet book, part research review, and part personal narrative, the book never quite comes together.

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