Are you wracked with guilt after eating an entire bag of chips? Do you cringe when you look at yourself in the mirror despite your attempts to diet? Do you feel fat and bloated after a night of binge eating? If you've lost control over your earting, stop beating yourself up. There is a physiological reason for your behavior and eating disorder. Expert Kay Sheppard will help you stop it.
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Customer Reviews for From the First Bite: A Complete Guide to Recovery from Food Addiction
Review 1 for From the First Bite: A Complete Guide to Recovery from Food Addiction
Date:January 21, 2009
Kay is a true god-send for people like myself with true chemical and food addiction. The food program is the only one that has worked for myself and hundreds of others.
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Review 2 for From the First Bite: A Complete Guide to Recovery from Food Addiction
Date:February 17, 2008
This book and Overeaters Anonymous has saved my life. OA is a spiritual program. This book in particular is the WHY and HOW of getting abstinent from sugar, wheat and flour. These were the bondages of compulsive overeating and food addiction for me. It is a realistic program. I know many who continue using her food plan to remain happy, joyous, and free from compulsive overeating today. Three years later I have lost 100lbs and kept it off. This is a feat I could not accomplish through any other program or diet. I thank God for OA and Kay Sheppard today.
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Review 3 for From the First Bite: A Complete Guide to Recovery from Food Addiction
Date:July 21, 2006
This book and the program it suggested was completely unrealistic. First of all, it is practically impossible to eat at restaurants and secondly, it forbids all sugar of any kind (even Splenda) Probably most offensive to me was the fact that the author fails to mention that food addictions are spiritual strongholds and that not every addiction comes from our surroundings. I would recommend Love to Eat Hate to Eat rather than From the First Bite.