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What is wise eating to permanently lose weight?

Laura Katleman-Prue
Nutrition & Dietetics
Wise eating is learning to eat from a place of presence, balance, and calm rather than from a frenzied, out-of-control, mechanical, or can't-get-enough-of-this-heavenly-substance-called-food place. If you put it into practice, you'll adopt new ways of eating that will guide the course of your weight loss and serve you well for the rest of your life. It will teach you how to first recognize and then neutralize the Child's (pleasure-seeking impulses) tricks that sabotage your weight loss, while deftly dodging the Critic's (judgmental voices) whip as she tries to flog you into shape.
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