Bringing a fresh perspective to weight loss, intervention specialist Brad Lamm has written the book Just 10 LBS. Instead of focusing on what we eat, this book pays attention to the how and why aspects of eating. Lamm is best known for helping people make life-enhancing changes on The Dr. Oz Show, and is also the founder of Intervention Specialists, a crisis intervention group.
Just 10 LBS provides readers with the challenges faced when trying lose weight, rather than focusing on the general idea of being thin. One central theme from the book is that a healthy relationship with oneself is key to any weight-loss program. Lamm outlines ten easy steps to help readers heal the relationship with themselves, resulting in positive interactions with food and breaking destructive cycles of unhealthy eating.
Reviewing topics of body image, restrictive beliefs, and developing a daily practice, Lamm discusses the emotional and self-esteem issues surrounding weight and food. His ten-step program begins with identifying your eating style: You could be an emotional eater, pleasure eater, energy eater, external eater, or critical eater. The effective, easy-to-follow steps will help readers reclaim their power over food; open emotional blockage that clutter their lives; and create a lifestyle that emphasizes the mind, body, emotions, relationships, and spirit.
Lamm travels worldwide, working, lecturing, and giving seminars on obesity, eating disorders, change, addiction and intervention. For more information, visit www.Just10diet.com. To buy the book, visit http://www.amazon.com/Just-10-LBS-Weighing-Finally/dp/1401931790/.