Author(s): Rick Kausman
'Instead of advice, Kausman gives understanding his empathy will shine like a beacon for those women who feel they are constantly judged for their size.' Rosemary Stanton, AO So how do you manage your weight? There is a solution and it's all about attitude. If Not Dieting, Then What? shows you how to look at food in a more positive way and move away from the no pain, no gain ethos', as well as explaining how to fine-tune fat content without sacrificing food enjoyment. Dr Rick Kausman is recognised as the pioneer of the non-dieting approach to healthy weight management. In this straightforward, no-nonsense guide to weight management he shares his, and his clients' experiences with the reader. You can learn how to: enjoy food without feeling guilty, increase your eating awareness, improve how you feel about yourself, fit some sort of activity into your day, and achieve and maintain a healthy, comfortable weight for you, without being deprived of food or quality of life. WINNER, BEST NUTRITION WRITING, Australian Food Writers Awards 'What sets this book apart is its understanding of human nature, without which no behavioural change is possible.' - The Age 'Dr Kausman has written a sensible, practical book which will make you feel good about yourself.' - Dr James Wright, Sunday Telegraph 'This is the first book on weight management that left me feeling optimistic and empowered.' Judith McFadden, author of Diet No More! 'This book is an eye-opener for those who believe losing weight is the key to happiness.' - Herald Sun
Dr. Rick Kausman oversees two weight-management and eating-behavior clinics and has worked in the area of eating and weight management for more than 15 years. He is the author of "Calm Eating" and the creator of www.ifnotdieting.com.
Foreword About the author Acknowledgements Introduction 1 Diets don't work 2 The importance of choosing the right goals 3 Non-hungry eating 4 Three key concepts that can change your life 5 What is normal'? 6 Nutrition and intuition 7 Eating with awareness 8 Nurturing 9 Body image 10 Being active 11 Working with food in a more positive way 12 Going off focus 13 A new pagadigm Notes Further reading Index