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3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Good information, 7.3.2011
Reviewer: Kathy Saunders (Wilmington, DE)

It's a good course I guess, if you want to take the time to work through the therapy it recommends. I took it partway and have made some improvement.


5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 The pounds came off and didn't come back, 6.19.2011
Reviewer: Amber Jones (Columbus, OH)

Every spring, I've gone through the same ritual--dieting to lose the pounds I gained since fall. This year was different. I was finally able to control my eating without going on a diet and making everyone around me miserable. Now it's summer and I look great though I didn't do any dieting to get there. This course showed me how to stop my compulsive eating. I'm much happier now.


4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 No longer a slave to the spoon, 2.19.2011
Reviewer: Jim Dell (Orlando, FL)

I was surprised not to find a diet plan in this course. Amazingly, it works without one. I find myself not snacking all day long and I'm able to stop eating each meal rather than going back for helpings until I'm so full I can hardly walk. That's what I used to do, just eat, eat, eat. No matter what diet I tried or program I went on, it seemed like the eating would continue until the morale improved. This compulsive eating course helped me get to the actual cause of the problem. After 6 months of completing it, I am still eating sensibly. I didn't go on a diet, but also found I no longer crave high calorie foods. So my body fat has gone from 68% to 44% in that time. I had started out counting the lost pounds, but after curing my eating compulsion I stopped fearing exercise so now I'm putting on muscle too. My doctor is just amazed at the difference. My blood pressure is easier to control; we keep adjusting my dose down. Cholesterol also dropping. It seems like I will have to reach a "floor" at some point, and then will need a diet to continue with this progress. If this course had such a diet then it would be perfect. It did have some great references, which I have slowly been looking into.


4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 Beats diets and diet pills, 9.22.2010
Reviewer: Regina Fontinelli (Philadelphia, PA)

I've tried half a dozen diets, plus creams, pills, potions, and exercises. What was keeping me fat was I could not control how often or how much I ate. And I found myself arranging social events to be around other people with the same problem, instead of being around the people who didn't have this problem. This course was really hard for me to work through. I almost gave up, but something kept me going. Maybe hope. As things turned out, I was able to get a grip on what was driving me to eat compulsively and make some positive changes. It has not been easy, but as the days go by I am finding myself more in control of things, eating appropriately, and feeling better about my body image and myself in general.


4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 Holiday pounds are coming off, 2.22.2010
Reviewer: Sarah Leibowitz (New York, NY)

I gain about 20 pounds over the holidays, every year. I used to lose all of it by about August and then start again putting it back on at the end of September. But after 911 my marriage fell apart and that 20 pounds stayed on, year after year. I was eating all the time. This course helped me understand why, and deal with it. So the pounds are slowly coming off. They are going to stay off, too.


5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Still working great after 10 months, 10.11.2009
Reviewer: Janet Cummings (Owensboro, KY)

I gained 11 lbs between Halloween of last year and New Years of this year, repeating the same old weight gain. Every New Year, I make a resolution to take the pounds off and go on some diet or another, and do actually lose weight but by March am back where I started. Last summmer, my best friend said I'm always taking seconds and always eating a bit too much and this is why the weight gain. We had a big fight over that, with me saying "like it's my fault I'm fat." But it turns out it is my fault. This year, I decided to really do something about that and this course seemed like a new and betteer way. Sometimes, things really are as they seem and this was one of those times. I've put to rights what was making me overeat. I've lost 10 pounds since January, and that works out to a pound a month. I don't feel deprived, I feel energized and in control. Coming into the holidays, I'm fairly certain I won't gain the usual 11 lbs as I have in the past. So in 2010 I'll really see a net loss of 23 lbs because I won't be overeating through the entire holiday season. I stopped focusing on my weight and instead focused on my behavior, the decisions I make and why. The weight is taking care of itself.


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