Do you ever have days where you just want to eat and can’t seem to feel satisfied or full? These days can make it really hard to stay on track, and we’re quick to blame ourselves or our stomachs. But, researchers have found that there are biological, psychological, and even environmental causes for why we feel hungrier at times and want to eat more. So stop blaming yourself for having a lack of willpower, and read on. Understanding the causes can help you combat these appetite triggers.Watch:
One of the differences I see in this program is how he takes the time (the whole first I want to eat healthy and lose weight section of the book) to get you mentally prepared to lose weight.
James mopes about Chicago, mostly along the Old Town-Wrigley Field axis. He has empty hours to fill before, and especially after, his Second City gig. Leaving early from an Overeaters Anonymous meeting, he flees to an ice cream parlor, and behind the counter is Beth (). She is the one who wants someone to eat cheese with. Beth all but assaults James with her bold provocations, even taking him along to buy brassieres. Is this what he was really missing?