Release Your Obsession with Food: Heal from the Inside Out is a book for anyone trying to end the vicious cycle of compulsive eating. It is not about fad diets or quick weight loss but instead focuses on chemical imbalance, psychology, and spirituality. It helps readers meet this difficult challenge through practical, structured, step-by step advice and reveals how others have found relief and resolution of never-ending issues with food.
This book is the result of a lifelong journey of self-discovery and can help free you from an obsession with food.
Blissfully quiet. Stop and imagine what being at peace from inner negative diet chatter would be like—being free from all the heaviness and angst of life, releasing self-doubt and turning on happy chatter—feeling beautiful on the inside and the outside, filled with jubilee.
By the time you finish reading Release Your Obsession with Diet Chatter: Heal from the Inside Out, you will have collected an arsenal of strategies to silence the inner turmoil in your head and free yourself from the burdens you have entrapped in your mind.
“Dr. Lisa offers insights and patient stories about eating disorders and how to recover. The book addresses changes in the addict's thinking, in the person's relationship to The Source and spirituality, and in eating healthy, natural foods and avoiding binge diets. Each chapter ends with questions to reflect upon that assist with the recovery process.”
~Dr. Mary the Librarian
“I am motivated to exercise again…never thought this could happen to me!”
“I can’t believe I have lost 20 pounds!”
“How do we override established diet-brain chatter? Since it is a psychological truth that we move toward our dominant thought, embracing the ideas in this book will serve the reader to develop a powerful recovery mind.”
~Kay Sheppard, LMHC - Author: Food Addiction: The Body Knows; From the First Bite; Food /addiction: Healing Day by Day; Absolutely Abstinent
"An innovative work dealing with the fundamental precursor to all our addiction (and similar) woes: mental chatter that torments and leads in every direction but to stability and peace”
~G. Miki Hayden
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Dr. Ortigara Crego, a clinical psychotherapist, addiction psychologist and visiting professor in private practice worked in the field of eating disorders for well over two and a half decades.
She lives and works in Florida.