In How to Stay Thin in A World of Chocolate pyschologist Michele shares her strategies of how to lose weight while at the same time keep, or even increase, your sense of pleasure in life. Not to mention your sanity. Using simple and practical strategies Michele helps you work out ways you can enjoy your treats, make exercise happen without thinking, avoid self-sabotage and focus your mind on the job at hand without rigorous discipline and willpower.
The anti-fad anti-misery guide to losing weight for life.
How to be Thin in a World of Chocolate could also be called “How to look and feel the way you want without missing out on world’s pleasures” – but then it would need a second cover.
It’s not a book about torturing yourself with a diet or exercise plan you won’t stick to for life (no one ever does). Rather, it’s about managing yourself. It’s a collection of hacks, psychological tricks and insights.
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‘A fun, easy, gorgeous book that has all the right messages – you’ll love reading it! Plus something I truly believe in – small changes you can live with.’ Catherine Saxelby, Dietician, nutritionist and founder of Foodwatch.com.au
‘A great resource full of nutrition, exercise and mindset tips. The combination of realistic lifestyle changes and quirky sense of humour make it an enjoyable and informative book for those wanting to achieve weight loss goals and keep the foods they love.’ Michael Redfern, PT and Exercise Physiologist
‘This is the best anti-diet book ever! It’s funny, quirky and the practical hacks are so clever and easy to remember. This isn’t another fad diet book but rather commonsense advice written in a non-preachy, humorous way. Loved it.’ - Suellen Hughes, busy mum and business owner
‘Michele’s book changed my approach to weight loss! ’ - Kylie Browne, busy mum of two boys