Many of you who read my first book, “I Don’t Go With Fat Boys --Weight Loss for People Who Love to Eat”, say how much you appreciate me sharing my story and what I have learned about the underlying causes of the unhealthy lifestyles that have created our overweight society. You say, after reading “I Don’t Go With Fat Boys”, you better understand the “why” of your roller coaster weight struggle. Now you would like some practical “how tos” for successfully achieving and maintaining your weight goals and gaining health for yourselves. I have examined the mind and behaviors of a food junkie like myself, and created strategies for me, and those like me, who fi nd making healthy food choices diffi cult. My purpose in sharing this book with you is to encourage you, and let you know you are not alone in this battle. This book contains simple strategies that can help us stay our course, and answers for when we slip off-track that will help get us back up and moving forward again. Dr. Doug Pray
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