Lasers

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Бог дал мне удачу, здоровье, голос, и неплохой ум. Но если бы я мог прожить жизнь заново, я бы изменил одно — я бы хотел уметь меньше есть.
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Мой подход к вопросам еды и похудения сильно отличается от всего, что вам встретится в книгах, журнальных статьях, и телевизионных передачах. Все эти подходы содержат нечто ценное и уникальное, но многие содержат похожие темы, так что я вас предупреждаю прямо сейчас, что я не буду их повторять. Дело не в том, что эти идеи не имеют ценности, а в том, что они не отвечают на мои вопросы. Может, они не отвечают и на ваши вопросы.
Давайте посмотрим на несколько главных тем в литературе по вопросу и мои мысли по их поводу. * Избыточный вес не является проблемой здоровья, так что вам лучше полюбить свое тело таким, какое оно есть, и принять себя как полненькую красавицу. Я думаю, что любить себя — это хорошо, но также хорошо быть честным по поводу того, что переедание сильно влияет на состояние здоровья. Лучшее состояние здоровья достигается при индексе телесной массы в пределах 19–25. Когда этот индекс выше 25, сильно повышается риск заболеваний сердца, повышенного давления, диабета, и др. заболеваний. Эта книга покажет вам как добиться перемен, вместо того, чтоб подбадривать вас соглашаться жить с тем, что у вас имеется. * Переедание — результат неумения обращаться с чувствами. Научись реагировать на свои подлинные чувства дельным способом и у тебя исчезнет потребность переедать. Хммм, проблемка здесь в том, что люди переедают не только когда они в расстроенных чувствах, но и когда они счастливы, во время веселых застолий, и т.д.. Многие люди, умеющие обращаться со своими чувствами, те кто прошли хороший курс психотерапии и сами психотерапевты, тоже переедают будь здоров. Несколько моих знакомых-обжор прекрасно умеют реагировать на свои чувства и несколько других моих знакомых…...

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