Health At Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight

October 12, 2019 - Comment

Fat isn’t the problem. Dieting is the problem. A society that rejects anyone whose body shape or size doesn’t match an impossible ideal is the problem. A medical establishment that equates “thin” with “healthy” is the problem.The solution? Health at Every Size. Tune in to your body’s expert guidance. Find the joy in movement. Eat

Fat isn’t the problem. Dieting is the problem. A society that rejects anyone whose body shape or size doesn’t match an impossible ideal is the problem. A medical establishment that equates “thin” with “healthy” is the problem.
The solution?

Health at Every Size.

Tune in to your body’s expert guidance. Find the joy in movement. Eat what you want, when you want, choosing pleasurable foods that help you to feel good. You too can feel great in your body right now—and Health at Every Size will show you how.

Health at Every Size has been scientifically proven to boost health and self-esteem. The program was evaluated in a government-funded academic study, its data published in well-respected scientific journals.

Updated with the latest scientific research and even more powerful messages, Health at Every Size is not a diet book, and after reading it, you will be convinced the best way to win the war against fat is to give up the fight.

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Anonymous says:

We wish every parent would read this book I am dedicated to reducing childhood eating disorders and recommend this book as “required reading” for any parent raising a child today. There is a clear correlation between eating disorders and diet culture, and this book does an excellent job of describing the dangers of diet culture and the horrors of the “war against obesity.” We wish that every parent would read this book so they can reduce the pressure they feel to raise a thin child or convert a larger child into a smaller version of…

Anonymous says:

Health at every size I’ve read intuitive eating books before and they touted losing weight as the benefit. When I tried it, I didn’t lose weight, so I figured it didn’t work. This book seems better laid out in that weight loss isn’t the benefit, but health is. I’ve been searching for the way to lose weight and be fit for most of my life, and it hasn’t been attainable for me. Maybe I was focusing on the wrong thing. Maybe you are focused on the wrong thing, too.

Anonymous says:

Worth a read Really good book, which gave me pause to reconsider so much of what we’ve been told about health and weight. I’ve been overweight most of my life (fluctuating 20-50 pounds over the years) but have always been very active and eat a balanced whole food diet. Now middle-aged, I have no health problems, despite society and the medical establishment assuming I am inherently unhealthy because I am (by their standards) obese. I myself had come to assume I should, or would eventually, be plagued by all…

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