Lose It For Life
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  • Lose It For Life
ISBN: 1591452457
EAN13: 9781591452454
Language: English
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 1.18" H x 9.45" L x 7.09" W
Weight: 1.32 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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I expected not what I was. Currently I follow WW with much success.
   Highly Recommend
I use this information to supplement my Weight Watchers Plan. It adds more depth that is not part of WW. It has a lot of info that goes much deeper into spiritual choices besides life as well. Many of the suggestions follow some of WW's basic ideas. I find it very worthwhile and would recommend without other diet plans on its own. I could afford to go to one of their paid programs, I could afford it. I am sure that the dynamic program is really paid.
   Excellent book, so we'll written
Book is excellent, so we 'll write. Love all scriptural references. Gets to the root of the food addiction problem. We are spiritually starving, distracted by other things, which causes physical and emotional hunger in turn. Have a highlighter ready to use or a pen for marginal notes. I know that I read it more than once, but repetition is the best teacher.
   Not just a book about losing weight!
This book is a comprehensive book on the subject of healing. The result is weight loss, but that is not the goal. The goal is to heal the pain that causes the overeating, which is the eveidence that the pain exists. The Appraoch is similar and there are practical tools you can incorporate into your time with God that can help root out the lies you might be believing about yourself, about God and about how to live that does not line up with the word of God. A great read for anyone dealing with any kind of compulsion that seeks healing.
   Finaly a book that addresses the real issues!
I really like this book ''. It approached weight as a symptom of deeper issues. Addressing and overcoming these issues is what needs to happen. In the long run, your typical diet fails because it changes only what you eat. Not WHY eat you. If you go to food for comfort or emotional support, you won t stick to diets when trouble occurs. This book is helping me to face real, face facts and turn it all over to God. I highly recommend ''.
   Much more than a weight loss plan
It is a difficult book to read and is a journey, not a one-day journey. But it is exactly what many of us need and has helped many, many people not only become physically healthy and fit, but also emotionally and spiritually.
   Would be great to use as a study program with othersl Would ...
Scanning the book and guide offers the personal reasons for physical, emotional and social weight gain. Would be great to use this program with othersl would suggest that it is also useful for others.
   Emotional and spiritual needs- Great!
The book and the workbook are really faith-based and delves deep into the emotional reasons for habits and lifestyles that lead to unhealthy eating and other fulfilling things. I am meeting with a group and it is helping us to discuss the various issues that are usually lightly touched in other usual weight loss books. This is about spiritual changes in life and life fulfillment.
   Great Book (not a "diet" book!)
A different book that is great. You will learn more about why you overeat and get practical tips on how to view food and eating. I recommend it for everyone definitely!
   Lose It For Life
It has helped me to think deeper into the reason for the overeating. Reading chapter one along with the workbook helped Nee to think and be open to a saying that is posted on Facebook. This was posted about being called a widow when a person loses a husband. An orphan is when a child loses his or his parents. But the saying brought up that there isn 't a specific name to call a parent who loses a child. Steve's book puts it all into perspective.