This is the last diet you'll ever need.
Transform your relationship with food and your body for good with The Last Diet from Behavioural Change Specialist Shahroo Izadi.
Shahroo Izadi presents the best approach to losing weight, without telling you what or how to eat. Shahroo goes deeper than traditional diet plans, using her professional experience working in addiction treatment and personal experience of struggling with her own weight and body image to help you find the best diet for your body and your life.
She shares how the same evidence-based tools she used effectively with her clients in active addiction helped her to lose eight stone in weight, increase her self-esteem and help her self-manage a range of unwanted habits around food and negative self-talk. Shahroo introduces her revolutionary kindness method and highlights the importance of positive self-perception, showing how to embrace self-kindness and self-respect. Diets often offer quick short-term fixes and so-called miracle cures, but the real challenge is managing weight and changing habits over a sustained period of time. Everybody's journeys and needs are different: it is all about changing the way we communicate with ourselves and our bodies every single day, in every aspect of our lives.
The Last Diet helps you identify where your unhealthy habits come from, how to accept them and change them and what to do when you slip up through self-tailored exercises to maintain your physical and mental well-being. Shahroo guides you through every step, helping you to draw out your own wisdom and find motivation for changing long-term habits and losing weight - for good.
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"No banned foods, no recipes, no fads – psychologist and addiction expert Shahroo Izadi’s weight-loss book is all about changing the way you relate to what you eat." (The Times)
"A kind, realistic book that will be a real help to people who struggle with their weight." (Sunday Telegraph)
"A kinder, more psychological approach to weight loss that draws on her experience of working in addiction treatment." (Daily Mirror)