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Author Kausman, Rick.

Title If not dieting, then what? / Rick Kausman.

Published St. Leonards, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 1998.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  613.25 KAUS    DUE 05-10-19
Physical description xvi, 224 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (page 220) and index.
Contents 1 Diets don't work 1 -- What happens when we diet? -- Is it a matter of willpower? -- Have weight-reducing diets worked for you? -- 2 Importance of choosing the right goals 12 -- Forget about setting a goal weight -- Put away the scales -- Aim for individual, sustainable changes -- 3 Non-hungry eating 24 -- An empowering approach -- Using the approach -- Six common responses to using the approach -- Appendix Eating awareness record -- 4 Three key concepts that can change your life 36 -- There is no such thing as 'good' food or 'bad' food -- A natural way to look at food -- Try to eat slowly and enjoy your food -- 5 What is 'normal'? 50 -- What is 'normal' can vary -- 'Normal' or 'natural' eating -- 6 Nutrition and intuition 60 -- Getting the balance right for you -- 7 Eating with awareness 75 -- Learning to recognise physical hunger -- If I'm not hungry, why am I eating? -- Reducing non-hungry eating -- Hints and tips for eating with awareness -- 8 Nurturing 115 -- Nurturing ourselves -- Allowing others to nurture us -- Letting the nurturing in -- 9 Body image 125 -- What is body image? -- Negative influences on our body image -- How can we improve our body image? -- Hints and tips for building a more positive body image -- 10 Being active 156 -- Any activity counts -- Benefits of being active -- What might be holding you back? -- Hints and tips for increasing activity in the long term -- 11 Working with food in a more positive way 172 -- Facts about fat -- Experiment--fine-tuning the fat content -- 12 Going off focus 185 -- It is normal to go off focus -- Decreasing our off focus times -- Write down a POF -- 13 A new paradigm 199 -- Reality -- Prevailing paradigm -- A cultural paradigm shift -- An individual paradigm shift.
Subject Diet.
Weight loss -- Physiological aspects.
Nutrition.
ISBN 1864486821 (paperback) $19.95