If Not Dieting Then What

"Dr Rick Kausman is recognised as the Australian pioneer of the non-dieting approach to healthy weight management.

Author: Rick Kausman

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 9781741144796

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 240

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"Dr Rick Kausman is recognised as the Australian pioneer of the non-dieting approach to healthy weight management. In this straightforward, no-nonsense guide to weight management he shares his, and his clients' experiences with the reader. You can learn how to: enjoy food without feeling guilty, increase your eating awareness, improve how you feel about yourself, fit some sort of activity into your day, and achieve and maintain a healthy, comfortable weight for you, without being deprived of food or quality of life."--BOOK JACKET.

Calm Eating

Offering a quick injection of inspiration, motivation, and willpower for those struggling to have a healthy relationship with food, this book includes tips, advice, and quotes to encourage relaxed and careful eating—calm eating.

Author: Rick Kausman

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 9781865087269

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 104

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Offering a quick injection of inspiration, motivation, and willpower for those struggling to have a healthy relationship with food, this book includes tips, advice, and quotes to encourage relaxed and careful eating—calm eating. The compassionate mantras stimulate a gradual change of attitude to establish a long-term commitment to enjoying food without guilt, anger, or pressure. This can be used as a reference within the supermarket, restaurant, or any other situation that might prove difficult in pursuing careful and relaxed eating.

Unapologetic Eating

The first principle—Reject the Diet Mentality—is the foundation on which all the other intuitive eating principles rest. ... Using Process Thinking It's easy to fall into the diet Chapter 7: If Not Dieting, Then What?

Author: Alissa Rumsey

Publisher: Victory Belt Publishing

ISBN: 1628604255

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 288

View: 597

Most women have spent time dieting and trying to change themselves in order to fit into a mold—and a body—that is deemed socially acceptable. Yet it is dieting that is the problem: it disconnects us from our bodies wisdom and holds us back from living life to the fullest. The more time we spend trying to “fix” ourselves, the less time we have for the things that really matter. What presents as a problem about food is, in reality, much deeper and more complex. In her new book, Unapologetic Eating: Make Peace with Food & Transform Your Life, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor Alissa Rumsey helps you explore your history with food and your body and question societal expectations to get to the bottom of the complexity and find a clear path forward—forever free from diets! Using a relatable four-step approach, Rumsey teaches you how to reconnect with your body using your relationship with food as the entry point. She provides actionable tools you can use to confidently nourish yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. You’ll learn how to make peace with food, improve your body image, trust your intuition, and reclaim the space to eat and live unapologetically. Say goodbye to the constraints of dieting and hello to the freedom and empowerment to live your most fulfilling life.

Happy Gut Healthy Weight

In his book If Not Dieting, Then What?, Dr. Rick Kausman mentions that harsh weight loss diets are not a good longterm strategy. But why not? We expend most of our energy through our metabolism (just generating our body temperature and ...

Author: Dr. Arun Dhir FRCS FRACS MD

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504315669

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 296

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Perhaps, our processed diet coupled with a highly evolved and increasingly digitalised lifestyle has direct bearing on disrupting our metabolism, which is our weight regulator. Tackling obesity then is not just a calories in-calories-out matter—rather it demands a whole person, integrated approach. If you truly want to lose weight and keep it off, you need to eat more bugs—the trillions of helpful bacteria that live in your gut and play a fundamental role in maintaining a healthy and happy body. In this book, you’ll learn: • how simple dietary changes feed the microbiome and regulate the metabolism; • why detoxifying is a key part of resetting your metabolism; • why understanding the stress-microbiome connection is important; and • how diet can be your best probiotic. The author also explains how exercise and focused breathing can improve gut health and shares tips on how to supercharge your success after weight loss surgery. Join the author as he explores the gut microbiome and its overall effects on health, with a particular focus on obesity and weight.

Guilt Trip

'Almost everyone who goes on a weight loss diet puts the weight back on sooner rather than later,' says the author of If Not Dieting, Then What?, Dr Rick Kausman. 'One-third to two-thirds of people end up heavier than before they ...

Author: Kasey Edwards

Publisher: Nero

ISBN: 1863959297

Category: Self-Help

Page: 304

View: 571


Thinsanity

7 Steps to Transform Your Mindset and Say Goodbye to Dieting Forever Glenn Mackintosh. are the relatives of rigid ones. As my colleague Dr Rick Kausman eloquently put it, 'If not dieting, then what?' ...

Author: Glenn Mackintosh

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0733642195

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 352

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We are becoming more and more obsessed with being thin ... as we get fatter and fatter! The craziest part is that most weight loss 'solutions' are actually part of the problem. Diet and exercise programs fail 97% of people in the long-term, resulting in short term weight loss, medium term regain, and long-term gain approximately 10 to 15% above starting weight. Scientists have known this reality for decades - the entire diet industry is based on it - yet we keep on falling for promises of fast, easy, permanent weight loss (and other fictional tales), putting ourselves through rebranded versions of the exact same thing ... and expecting different results. Some might call this insanity - weight management psychologist Glenn Mackintosh calls it Thinsanity. Glenn's book, Thinsanity, aims to transform the way we approach weight management of the body, by starting with the mind. New scientific developments are offering insights into a compassionate way to make peace with food, fall in love with physical movement, and learn to LOVE your body healthy. Glenn takes all those new scientific developments and expresses them the way he does with his clients: clearly and with lots of understanding. This book is right for anyone who wants to learn to love their body and be healthy in it.

The Politics of Size Perspectives from the Fat Acceptance Movement 2 volumes

Maybe you should start asking, “What GREAT things would happen if I stopped dieting? ... Read weight-neutral books, size acceptance books and Health At Every Size® books (some of my favorites include If Not Dieting Then What?9, ...

Author: Ragen Chastain

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440829500

Category: Social Science

Page: 498

View: 573

This book presents an unprecedented opportunity for people to hear from a simultaneously ostracized, ridiculed, and ignored group: fat Americans. Find out how the members of this very diverse group of people describe their actual lived experiences, quality of life, hopes and dreams, and demands. • Provides readers with unprecedented insights into the lived experiences of fat people, unfiltered by a media that can be steeped in "fat bias," as well as information about the science and research regarding obesity • Reframes the discussion about obesity from a medical issue to a social one and overturns misconceptions readers may have about overweight individuals • Provides support for readers, especially young women, who may be the subject of bullying and discrimination • Documents how obese people are as diverse as any group of individuals who share a single physical characteristic, encompassing every ethnicity, political and religious affiliation, and sexual orientation as well as vegans and athletes

Emotional Eating

A guide to living well and soothing yourself in ways other than food Dr Cate Howell. and allow yourself your favourite foods in ... Refer to his book If Not Dieting, Then What? and www.ifnotdieting.com.au. Substitutes may be helpful, ...

Author: Dr Cate Howell

Publisher: Exisle Publishing

ISBN: 1775593185

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 152

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Over the years, Dr Cate Howell OAM, CSM, PhD (Med.) has worked with many clients who wished to lose weight. She’s seen them utilise various “diets” and lifestyle changes, work with dieticians, coaches and personal trainers, and undergo bariatric surgery, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and hypnotherapy. During this time, a common issue found that gets in the way of attaining the desired goals, is ‘emotional eating’ (EE). In the ‘Emotional Eating: Learn to be free (EE-Free)’ program, readers begin by answering 10 of the common questions about EE, and then focus on different approaches and strategies that can help you find freedom from EE. It is important to remember that the title of this program includes ‘learn to be free’: as with learning any new activity (such as a sport or foreign language) or way of being, overcoming EE involves learning new ways of managing thoughts, feelings and behaviours. This involves effort and practice. As a result, there are practical ideas to try, and reflections and exercises to undertake. The program will also provide a supportive voice and encouragement as you learn more about yourself, and it will highlight additional resources for you to tap into. This book and program is about living well, and improving your health and wellbeing so that you can find freedom from EE. So, let’s begin!

The Oxford Handbook of Food Ethics

most weight loss diets today, the study found that the men grew “increasingly irritable and impatient with one another.”24 They reported a range of ... See also Rick Kausmann, If Not Dieting, Then What? (Crowsnest, Australia: Allen and ...

Author: Anne Barnhill

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199372276

Category: Philosophy

Page: 640

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Academic food ethics incorporates work from philosophy but also anthropology, economics, the environmental sciences and other natural sciences, geography, law, and sociology. Scholars from these fields have been producing work for decades on the food system, and on ethical, social, and policy issues connected to the food system. Yet in the last several years, there has been a notable increase in philosophical work on these issues-work that draws on multiple literatures within practical ethics, normative ethics and political philosophy. This handbook provides a sample of that philosophical work across multiple areas of food ethics: conventional agriculture and alternatives to it; animals; consumption; food justice; food politics; food workers; and, food and identity.

The Eagle s Way

Tremblay, “Body weight loss increases plasma and adipose tissue concentrations of potentially toxic pollutants in obese individuals,” Int J Obesity Relat Metab ... Adapted from Dr. Rick Kausman's book If Not Dieting, then What? (p.

Author: Peter L. Johnston

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1452507759

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 314

View: 317

Medicine and health.

Mindfulness for Life

This is one of the main messages of Dr Rick Kausman, the author of the award-winning book If Not Dieting, Then What?1 He recommends a range of commonsense strategies that focus on understanding the thinking behind our eating, ...

Author: Stephen McKenzie

Publisher: Exisle Publishing

ISBN: 1921966033

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 304

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Mindfulness is a form of mental training that has been widely practised for millennia, however it's only recently that science and clinical practice have discovered the profound potential of mindfulness-based practices for increasing our wellbeing. Our tendency to not be fully present in life has vast implications. Being unmindful means wasting our lifetime, missing important information, increasing our risk of physical and social accidents and communicating more superficially with other people. Importantly, it makes us unhappier than we realize and vulnerable to stress and poor mental health. By focusing on what is rather than be distracted by what isn't mindfulness can make us much calmer, happier and healthier beings. Mindfulness for Life is the only book you will ever need on mindfulness. It shows you how to apply mindfulness techniques to your own life whether you need help with medical conditions, personal development or spiritual development. Chapters are included on: stress and ageing, anxiety, depression, addiction, attention deficit orders, pain, weight management, eating disorders, heart disease and stroke, cancer, dementia and sleep; lifestyle, education, workplace, parenting and sporting enhancement; and self actualization, happiness and enlightenment development. Mindfulness for Life is written by two experts in the field who bring the medical perspective of an international authority on mindfulness and the psychological perspective of a researcher. The result is a book that translates the scientific principles behind mindfulness into a simple, practical and accessible manual to applying mindfulness - for life.

A Guide for Adults with Hip Dysplasia

Avoid buying lots of 'sometimes' foods — if they're not in the house, you won't snack on them! ... We highly recommend the book If Not Dieting, Then What? by Dr Rick Kausman < ifnotdieting.com.au >, and web sites Weight Loss for Busy ...

Author: Denise Sutherland

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0987215205

Category: Hip joint

Page: 456

View: 814

A comprehensive book for adults with developmental dysplasia of the hips, covering everything from hip anatomy, diagnosis, and treatment, to hospital stays, recovery, and getting back to normal. Includes over 400 quotations from hip dysplasia patients.

They ll Be Okay

Ugh! Then I ask teens this: 'What exactly is beach-body ready anyway? ... I recommend Dr Rick Kausman's book If Not Dieting, Then What? for parents who want to help their child develop a healthier relationship with food.

Author: Collett Smart

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 034942215X

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 288

View: 158

'I was immediately drawn in, it is pitched so well in tone and content. I am finding my thoughts extended and understanding deepened by reading it.' Steve Biddulph, bestselling author of Raising Boys and Raising Girls Teens and tweens are struggling with social media, relationships, and so much of what modern life is throwing at them. It's impossible for parents to be experts on all the new challenges their children are facing. That's why it's essential to turn to a real expert. Collett Smart is a psychologist, teacher, lecturer, writer - and a mum of three. She knows that it is crucial for parents to discuss uncomfortable, yet fundamentally important topics with their children - and this book tells parents why and how. If you're a parent who feels like you just don't know how to talk to your children about some of these difficult topics, this book has all the tools you need. There is invaluable advice on how to talk about some of the most confronting subjects, including pornography, misogyny and harassment, objectification and body image. There's also important information about emotional intelligence, empathy, respect and manners. Whether you want to prepare your child for the years ahead or you have an issue that needs to be addressed right now, this is the must-have book to help keep your children safe, whole and happy in these challenging times.

The Rough Guide To Girl Stuff

For websites on healthy eating, see the “More info” sections in the Food chapter. www.teenweightwise.com If Not Dieting Then What? by Dr Rick British Dietetic Association site to help teens manage their weight safely and Kausman, ...

Author: Kaz Cooke

Publisher: Rough Guides UK

ISBN: 1848362501

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 528

View: 508

The Rough Guide to Girl Stuff is packed with everything a girl needs to know to get her through the teen years. From friends, body changes, clothes school stress, exercise and sex to smoking, embarrassment, dieting, guys, drinking, drugs and heartbreak. Not to mention how to beat bullies and mean girls, earn money, find new friends and get on with your family. Written by award winning author Kaz Cooke, in extensive consultation with medical, psychological and practical experts; The Rough Guide to Girl Stuff provides a wealth of practical tips and non-judgemental advice for teens (and their parents!) Girl Stuff is split in to four key themes: Body, Head, Heart and On the Go and each chapter includes facts, hints, inspiring lists, hundreds of quotes from real girls, and details of websites and books for useful tips if you want to find out more. Designed to be a friend through the teenage years, The Rough Guide to Girl Stuff will be your best friend through every change and challenge. Girl Stuff is the book I wanted when I was a teenager; a 'best friend' that will honestly answer every question about everything" (Kaz Cooke)

A Matter of Fat

Explains and rates different diets and diet products . ... Useful for information for children who don't want to eat meat , discusses vegetarian eating without preaching . Looks at potential advantages and ... If not Dieting , Then What ...

Author: Rosemary Stanton

Publisher: UNSW Press

ISBN: 9780868405438

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 175

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Andrew Hills, Associate Professor of the School of Human Movement Studies at Australia's Queensland University of Technology, and nutritionist Rosemary Stanton offer parents a guide to helping children and adolescents maintain a desirable body weight.

Eating Disorders and Mindfulness

If not dieting,then what?New SouthWales,Australia: Allen& Unwin. Kristeller, J. L., Baer, R. A.,& Quillian-Wolever, R. (2006). Mindfulness-based approaches to eating disorders. In R. Baer (Ed.), Mindfulness and acceptance-based ...

Author: Leah M. DeSole

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317980689

Category: Psychology

Page: 166

View: 928

This book presents an overview of the latest psychological knowledge about the application of mindfulness-based interventions in the field of eating disorders. Increasingly, these interventions are used in therapeutic practice. They encourage clients to process their experience fully, as it arises, without judgement. Mindfulness-based approaches, in particular, emphasize the cultivation of moment to moment awareness of thoughts and feelings as well as bodily sensations. In so doing, eating disorders present an ideal context for the development of mindfulness. Indeed, it is in the body that the emotional and relational struggles of clients reveal themselves. The authors in this diverse volume share a belief in the utility of using mindfulness-based practices to address disordered eating. It features up to date research and theory regarding mindfulness and the full spectrum of eating disorders, from Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa to Binge Eating Disorder. In addition, it explores how professionals can utilize mindfulness in their own practices, in the context of both individual and group treatment. This book was originally published as a special issue of Eating Disorders: the Journal of Treatment and Prevention.

Body Respect

Congratulations on your great resource.” —Dr. Rick Kausman, MD, author of If Not Dieting, Then What? “This book is a triumph of compassion over judgment, skepticism over confirmation bias, and evidence over 'everybody knows.

Author: Linda Bacon

Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1940363195

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 232

View: 555

Mainstream health science has let you down. Weight loss is not the key to health, diet and exercise are not effective weight-loss strategies and fatness is not a death sentence. You’ve heard it before: there’s a global health crisis, and, unless we make some changes, we’re in trouble. That much is true—but the epidemic is NOT obesity. The real crisis lies in the toxic stigma placed on certain bodies and the impact of living with inequality—not the numbers on a scale. In a mad dash to shrink our bodies, many of us get so caught up in searching for the perfect diet, exercise program, or surgical technique that we lose sight of our original goal: improved health and well-being. Popular methods for weight loss don’t get us there and lead many people to feel like failures when they can’t match unattainable body standards. It’s time for a cease-fire in the war against obesity. Dr. Linda Bacon and Dr. Lucy Aphramor’s Body Respect debunks common myths about weight, including the misconceptions that BMI can accurately measure health, that fatness necessarily leads to disease, and that dieting will improve health. They also help make sense of how poverty and oppression—such as racism, homophobia, and classism—affect life opportunity, self-worth, and even influence metabolism. Body insecurity is rampant, and it doesn’t have to be. It’s time to overcome our culture’s shame and distress about weight, to get real about inequalities and health, and to show every body respect.

Be Mindful and Simplify Your Life

Food is one of the greatest pleasures in life and, when we eat mindfully, it is a source of pure joy. ... Rick Kausman, author of If Not Dieting, Then What?, recommends moving away from the idea of “good” and “bad” foods, and to instead ...

Author: Kate James

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 1524869112

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 144

View: 669

From the author of Believe in Yourself and Do What You Love, a beautiful book packed with insights and exercises to help you feel more present and in control. Shift your perspective, simplify your lifestyle, and sharpen your focus on what’s most important to your health and happiness. In Be Mindful and Simplify Your Life, you’ll find simple tools to help you savor the good times and roll with the punches when things don’t go according to plan. A meaningful gift for a friend, family member, or yourself, this little book offers calm and comfort in the face of stress and uncertainty.

The Rough Guide to Babies Toddlers

... but then they'll show you how to dress for maximum effect and confidence. if not Dieting Then What? by Dr Rick Kausman, Allen and unwin, 2004 A book about weight issues and a realistic and self-friendly future. www.ifnotdieting.com ...

Author: Kaz Cooke

Publisher: Rough Guides UK

ISBN: 184836198X

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 576

View: 231

The Rough Guide to Babies & Toddlers is the funny, reassuring and practical guide that all new (and old) parents have been looking for - with no judgmental guru-speak about the right way to do things, just a range of great solutions for you to choose from. Written by the award-winning author Kaz Cooke, an author and mother whose trademark light-hearted practical style and witty cartoons make this book pleasurable as well as informative. The user-friendly sections are inspired by real-life - chapters include 'Getting through the first weeks', which gives new mums and dads the low-down on bosoms, bottles, bonding, the blues, and mum's post-baby body. Realistic and with a healthy sense of humour, the guide offers practical suggestions for dozens of scenarios you might encounter with your new bundle of joy or little terror, as well as addressing what you might be going through as new parents - don't miss the hilarious "How to Be Perfect" routine for new mums: adjust push-up bra, exfoliate feet, clean up sick! The eagerly awaited sequel to the best-selling The Rough Guide to Pregnancy & Birth is finally here to save your sanity with good advice, great humour and a lot of understanding!

New Insights into the Prevention and Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa

... (in accordance with National Health and Medical Research Council Australian guidelines for levels of exercise and nutrition (NHMRC, 2003) and a reference to a self-help book (Kausman, 1998: “If not dieting, then what?

Author: Phillipa Hay

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9533077670

Category: Medical

Page: 204

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Bulimia nervosa and eating disorders are common cause of distress and health related burden for young women and men. Despite major advances over the past three decades many patients come late to treatment and find that the therapy is incompletely addressed to the complex psychopathology and co-morbidities of the illness. The present book brings timely and contemporary understandings of bulimia nervosa to aid in current thinking regarding prevention and treatment. It will be read by therapists interested in enhancing their current approaches and those interested in earlier and more effective prevention and closing the gap between illness onset and accessing treatment. They will find practical guidance but also new ideas and ways of thinking about bulimia nervosa and the illness experience in this book.