Fiona Mackenzie Wall

Thin Thoughts For Life

Sex and Slimming is going to teach you to totally re-evaluate your self, your body and your relationship with food and your partner. You will learn how to understand your own body rhythms and requirements for nutrition, so that you naturally eat when your BODY requires food, rather than eating because your MIND tells you to. This book will show you all the healthy food you can eat and teach you how to understand your own body, so that you know how much to feed the individual, highly complex machine that your body is.

You will know how to shift your body from an upward spiral of weight gain to a downward spiral of weight loss, so that you can just happily get on with your life, knowing and feeling yourself losing weight, rather than continually gaining it. There is a task in the book which is very important to the decision you are finally going to make about getting the weight off. There are also some discussions you need to have with your partner about your sexuality and your weight loss — Sex and Slimming is all the help you need.

Chapter listing:

1) Introduction

2) The benefits of being slim

3) The thin outlook

4) The body as a machine

5) Food addiction

6) The old you

7) Sex when you're fat

8) Sex and the mind

9) Do something now

10) A day's eating

11) Eating the wrong foods sensibly

12) Actual hunger versus obesity

13) The brainwashing

14) Europeanized

15) Controlling your own mind

16) Meal ideas for losing weight

17) The boredom factor

18) Maintaining your optimum weight

19) Getting control

20) The changed mind

21) Our children fighting fat

22) Meals at home

23) Exercise

24) The diet con

25) The vitamin debate

26) Acupuncture

27) You can do it but will you

28) Your decision to make

29) A few recipes

Publisher's note: Sex and Slimming is a special version of Fiona's Thin Thoughts For Life book, aimed specifically at helping you lose weight to improve your sex life. It contains much of the same content as the original book.
82 printed pages


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