I just heard about the Beck diet thing a couple days ago through a friend. I was rather disappointed to not be able to find the books in ebook form, so that means I'm going to have to order them in paper form, which doesn't thrill me because I much prefer ebooks these days. Hehehe
Anyway! I am really curious about these books and I'm wondering if perhaps one of you could answer a question for me.
I've recently discovered through tracking my normal food intake that my weight problem centers around my body being mostly in starvation mode. This is not by conscious choice, it just seems to be happening. I am by no means anorexic, but I do find it challenging to get all the calories in during a day that I should get. I do not usually enjoy food so I rarely over-eat, and as a result of this bizarre relationship I have with food, my weight does not fluctuate more than 3 lbs in either direction. I am trying to deal with the mental/emotional issues that have caused me to be stuck in this twisted situation with food.
So, what I'm wondering is, does the book offer weight loss advice with the presupposition that the problem is based on over-eating or any of the normal problems that are associated with being over weight? Or are the techniques universal regardless of the change you are trying to make?
I'd really appreciate a little better understanding of what the book has to offer before I decided whether or not to purchase it.
Thanks for any help you can give me!