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Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth about Your Weight Read & download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Stablishment that euates thin with healthy is the problem Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth About Your Weight by Linda Bacon PhD presents a well researche. This is an excellent book that explains why diets don t work and THANK GOODNESS finally shifts the blame from the dieter to the diet THE DIET DOESN T WORK Stop blaming yourself for not being able to control everything Some things are just out of your control Let it go Food is to be eaten for nutrients to nourish our bodies and provide us with the energy we need to function SO EAT FOOD Eat a variety and eat SLOWLY to enjoy the food Unprocessed foods are better for you than processed foods or fast foods Duh but I supposed it had to be said But if you want a twinkie have a freaking twinkie and then move on from it One twinkie isn t likely to kill you But supress that craving for one twinkie and you might end up binging on an entire box or a whole tub of ice cream later when you finally cave into your craving So don t supress you food cravings Eat when you are hungry and stop when you are full Sounds like common sense but how times have you zoned out in front of the tv to find that bag of potato chips suddenly empty and you have a stomach ache There s a decent amount of science discussed in the book and some common sense things that have to be said because obviously people are not getting it PS I m sick of people being on diets Can you tell And I have yet to see one actually work I ve only seen eating disorders develop So stop with all the diets

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Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth about Your Weight Read & download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free D healthy living manual that debunks the weight myths and translates the latest science into practical advice to help readers forever end their battle with weight. I struggled with this book and not because it was badly written the author has a readable non academic style of writing I suppose because its main premise is so far from what I ve believed all my life I found it rather difficult to accept While I agree with the author s view that it is counterproductive to berate oneself and go into cycles of self hate and binging on food I perhaps still hold on to the belief that one simply needs to positively re frame one s journey to fitness at a normal weight rather than accept that one is fat for lifeWhile I agree that it may be physically and emotionally damaging for an obese person to yo yo diet I also continue think that an obese is likely to have energy if they very gradually became fitter and lighter I don t think severe diets are helpful and in fact I also think they are detrimental I have so much vitality when I m lighter that it s hard for me to accept that being overweight let alone obese gives one a well rounded uality of lifeI also did not dislike the book because it does promote a healthier lifestyle a better attitude towards food and fitness and generally encourages the reader to take positive steps towards living healthily And there s a part of me that thinks that the book offers unhappy disillusioned people a better perspective which in turn leads to an overall happier fitter and fulfilled lifeMaybe my views about fat are so ingrained that s it is going to take than this book to be thoroughly accepting of it Though I can also see that it is perhaps because I ve been programmed to think this way and that it is not necessarily a healthy belief Road map to the Indians Treasure end their battle with weight. I struggled with this book and not because it was badly written the author has a readable non academic style of writing I suppose because its main premise is so far from what I ve believed all my life I found it rather difficult to accept While I agree with the author s view that it is counterproductive to berate oneself and go into cycles of self hate and binging on food I perhaps still hold on to the belief that one simply needs to positively re frame one s journey to fitness at a normal weight rather than accept that one is fat for lifeWhile I agree that it may be physically and Green Dog Trumpet and Other Stories emotionally damaging for an obese person to yo yo diet I also continue think that an obese is likely to have L'Identité energy if they very gradually became fitter and lighter I don t think severe diets are helpful and in fact I also think they are detrimental I have so much vitality when I m lighter that it s hard for me to accept that being overweight let alone obese gives one a well rounded uality of lifeI also did not dislike the book because it does promote a healthier lifestyle a better attitude towards food and fitness and generally Cenote encourages the reader to take positive steps towards living healthily And there s a part of me that thinks that the book offers unhappy disillusioned people a better perspective which in turn leads to an overall happier fitter and fulfilled lifeMaybe my views about fat are so ingrained that s it is going to take than this book to be thoroughly accepting of it Though I can also see that it is perhaps because I ve been programmed to think this way and that it is not necessarily a healthy belief

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Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth about Your Weight Read & download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Fat isn't the problem Dieting is the problem A society that rejects anyone whose body shape or size doesn’t match an impossible ideal is the problem A medical e. This book was not written by a medical doctor I also find the name Bacon to be deliciously ironicIt s easy to be impressed by someone who says I have a PhD but keep in mind that a PhD is NOT the same as a MD Not only that but Bacon s degree is in physiology not medicine and she as of 2020 is an associate nutritionist at the same college she got her degree from University of CaliforniaCalling oneself is a nutritionist is an automatic strike against that person ANYONE can call themselves a nutritionist you don t need certification for that Dietitians are the ones who need to get certified and you will find dietitians in hospitals and clinics to advise patients on diets usually for health issues ie low sugar diets for diabetics low sodium diets for heart patients etc but since Bacon doesn t believe in diets it makes sense that she is using the word nutritionist Sheer fucking uackeryBacon says several times through the book that obesity is not related to health that obesity has no negative impact on health that if anything is hurting one s health it s other stuff such as diabetes or arthritis etc etc Wrong When it comes to type 2 diabetes 80 85 percent of these cases are obese people Coincidence I think notI have never come across an MD that says obesity is ever healthy I even outright asked my doctor and she said that while 10 or 20 pounds overweight on an adult is fine if their diet is moderate but the body has limits So yes you can be overweight and healthy but your body can only carry so much extra weight before that excess takes a toll on the body so there really is no such thing as HAES despite what this author and so many Fat Acceptance proponents say Not to mention the extreme hypocrisy I see from so many FAHAES advocates when they slamrip thin peopleBacon also ignores the fact that obesity not only causes many health issues particularly heart issues but exacerbates existing health issues ie arthritis Medical studies have proven time and time again that obesity is just NOT GOOD FOR THE BODY but whatever little research Bacon cites in this book is very cherry pickedThere s some good things in this book about not trying to conform to a societal standard of beauty not starving yourself to become skinny and accepting that the ideal standard of beauty is nearly impossible to accomplish but then that gets weighed down with promoting HAES and trying to ignoredownplay the medical conseuences of obesity as well as pushing intuitive eating which sounds great at first but ignores the fact that you do have to be careful of what you eat and be aware of what you are eating and how much instead of just eating whenever you feel hungry which is problematic because the body is meant to feel a limited amount of hunger at times and people who eat a lot thus condition their bodies into feeling hungrier often than they shouldUltimately the concept of HAES is an outright lie and intuitive eating and loving your body needs to be taken in moderation If being extremely underweight is unhealthy something many HAESFA supporters will eagerly believe then so is being extremely overweight That s all there is to it It s simple medicine and simple physics The human body was only designed to take so much abuse alcohol drugs food whatever before conseuences temporary and permanent happenHeatlth at Every Size is an oxymoron and a dangerous delusion that fatties use to make themselves better Thing is having good fee fees isn t going to cancel the negative effects of obesity on the bodyAnd that whole 95 percent of diets fail study that is used as an argument by HAES proponents The study was flawed After the experiment the people were not given any diet or nutrition counseling they were just turned loose back into the world Most of them reverted to their old eating habits because all the experiment did was restrict their diet nothing No counseling or nutrition lessons or anything like that The scientist who did the study realized that and admitted himself that the experiment was flawedLink here about THAT study and how flawed it was doctors have criticized Linda Bacon and her HAES stance and for good reason as of Dec 2019 Anyone calling me a troll or trying to use strawmen to try to argue with me will be insta banned I m tired of stupid fatties REEEEEing at me because they can t accept their own shortcomings and have to take it out on other peopleEDIT as of July 2020 If you have a problem with me rating this book 1 star read my damn review all of it before commenting because it s painfully apparent that the butthurt I see over my review is from the fact that I gave it one star gasp how DARE I and many of the people who REEEEE in my comments section are nothing but butthurt at the fact that I refuse to accept their self induced delusions If you re one of these people take a long look at yourself and stop projecting your self inflicted problems on other people and take god damn responsibility for the choices that YOU make on a daily basisThanks and have a great dayEDIT as of July 9 2020 I have had uite a few FAHAES advocate try to troll me either on this review or reviews I ve written against other HAES books in the last few days alone This just tells me that my reviews are really hitting home for HAES advocates whether or not they want to admit it which pleases me immensely However I have no patience for stupidity and as I said already in my last update take some responsibility for the shitty choices you make instead of taking it out on me or other people who speak out against the delusion of HAESI don t mind intelligent debate that s why I leave comments open on my reviews but anyone who tries to shit it up in my comments section or REEEES about the tone of my reviews or tries to tell me that I don t understand or any of that shit WILL be met with a insta ban and your REEEEing will only strengthen my belief and stance against FAHAES bullshit That is all

  • Paperback
  • 326
  • Health at Every Size The Surprising Truth about Your Weight
  • Linda Bacon
  • English
  • 05 November 2017
  • 9781933771588