Dr. Kushner has already helped thousands of his patients lose weight with the Personality Type Diet. Now he tells readers how to craft a program to suit their individual style and needs. After taking the personality profile quiz, readers figure out what patterns are causing unconscious weight gain. Dieters are then able to successfully work within their individual profile to shed weight forever. So, whether you're an Unguided Grazer and Persistent Procrastinator or a Hearty Portioner and a Hate To Move Struggler, the book has a diet plan that will work for you
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This is not a modern diet book with a specific list of "bad" foods and proper breathing techniques—instead, you'll find a series of well-planned questionnaires designed to help you root out the causes of your extra weight and formulate a plan that works for your specific issues. Dr. Kushner's Personality Type Diet Book looks at three aspects of weight—your diet (including both what you eat and when you eat it), your exercise pattern (be honest!), and any emotional ties that link the fridge to your search for inner peace. Each category you find yourself in—sensibly determined with percentages rather than absolute answers—has its own section of carefully tailored advice.Kushner's plan involves a constant, lifelong attention to your food and exercise, complete with charts that continually reexamine motives as you move through life changes. The idea is that once you've clearly identified what's holding you from your ideal weight, you'll move along smoothly toward achieving it, and as with all dietary changes, these only work with self-motivation and honesty. Ultimately, he suggests realistic goals and lays out a comprehensive plan for long-term results. This is not an exciting breakthrough miracle plan of any sort—and it is likely to be ultimately more successful than any of them. Sprinkled throughout the book are commonplace suggestions for improved health, such as walking more, keeping a food journal while beginning a program, eating more fiber and fewer trans fats, and finding substitutes for that triple-chocolate cake when you're feeling blue. The few included recipes seem obligatory rather than particularly inspired, but in general, his advice is both sound and sympathetic. --Jill Lightner About the Author:
Dr. Robert Kushner is the medical director of the Wellness Institute at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and has treated thousands of patients with this revolutionary program. He is the author of more than 95 scientific articles on nutrition and obesity and he is frequently quoted in magazines such as Good Housekeeping, Time, Mademoiselle, Men's Heath, Newsweek, and Reader's Digest. Dr. Kushner is a frequent lecturer and reviewer of medical journals.
Nancy Kushner, R.N., M.S.N. is a nurse practioner with 20 years of experience. She is a former director of education and program development for a health care agency.
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