Should You Never Diet Again?

Are you frustrated that you often blow your diet?

CBscale help!Do you feel that you lack will power?

So does this mean that you should never diet again?

After 20 years of researching eating, psychology professor Traci Mann, Ph.D., has come up with intriguing theories, which she shares in her new book, Secrets From the Eating Lab: The Science of Weight Loss, the Myth of Willpower, and Why You Should Never Diet Again.

Dr. Mann, who I interviewed on my Gab with the Gurus Show, offered her findings on dieting.

[shareable cite=”Dr. Traci Mann on Gab with the Gurus”]Learn about a hot diet trick from a pig! Seriously. A lean pig, though. [/shareable]For instance, Dr. Mann maintains that diets don’t lead to long-term weight loss.

She also contends that if you’ve regained weight you’ve lost, it’s not because you lack will power.

On this Gab with the Gurus Show, Dr. Mann will share her intriguing ideas, as well as some helpful tips to take charge of your eating.  For instance, you’ll discover:

  • What you can learn from a lean pig;
  • A simple way to ignore a tempting cookie;
  • The myth of will power;
  • Why you keep gaining weight you’ve lost;
  • The power of healthy-eating friends, who say no to junk foods.
  • The one food to eat before all others; and
  • How diets can be bad for you.

Listen to this Gab with the  Gurus Show now.

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Spread the word about this Gab with the Gurus Show to your frustrated friends and relatives, who keep failing at their diets.

Note from Connie: Please forgive me! Due to many challenging technical difficulties for a full 30 minutes before we could finally get the show running, I was so relieved that the recording was now working that I completely forgot to ask Dr. Mann about sugar and her  thoughts on how it plays into weight gain. Check back here for comments from her.

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Photo credit: Traci Mann’s photo by Richard Wadey-James