The truth is, unless you know how to select the right foods… avoid the wrong ones… and shift how you think about eating, you’ll always be struggling to free yourself from craving or bingeing.
Free to Eat’s Combat Your Cravings is a comprehensive guide to food cravings and how to overcome them for good based on Kelly Aziz’s research and personal experience with cravings.
Combat Your Cravings includes everything you need to know about cravings and food addictions. It will give you a better understanding of how, why and what to do about cravings to overcome them and live without obsessing over food. It will help you gain control back over your eating.
Free to Eat’s Combat Your Cravings – an instantly downloadable ebook that will give me an entire system for overcoming compulsive eating, based on real-world results and cutting-edge science.
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“When I was first approached to read this book before it was even out there for sale, I was a little nervous. I didn’t know what to expect. But being a nosy person, I just had to take Kelly up on her offer. What I read amazed me. I always knew that food was addictive. But the way Kelly broke it down, it made more sense and I felt more comfortable knowing my hunger triggers. Some amazing tips were written on these pages. I personally believe that anyone who reads this book will gain something useful out of it. Kelly’s tip about fruit is one of the many things I took away that I am now using. Whether you are trying to lose a lot of weight or just trying to be healthy, this book will come in handy”.
“I want to thank you for your inspiring words. I am able to download your book successfully. For me, quitting sugar cold turkey is thus far the answer. I am only 8 days into it, but I have never felt better.
I am 47 years old and I have suffered for probably 30 years with a sugar addiction. I simply cannot have just a little. For as long as I can remember, my days have been defined as either a diet day or a binge day, depending on my mindset upon waking. I felt completely at the mercy of my cravings. If I woke with cravings, I would use a sugar fix to get me through every mundane task–driving, laundry, etc. For so long it made me feel happy to “break the rules” and cheat with cookies and cakes. I am big on exercise so it never translated to terrible weight gain, but I would feel lousy hours later. Then the guilt sets in, and then the promises for “never again”.
I hope this change will be permanent for me. I have…