How to eat like a normal person

This website supports a book titled Foods that Lie (available soon on Amazon). The book contains a new hypothesis about obesity, eating disorders, and food obsession. It explains why obesity has exploded in the last few decades and why losing weight and maintaining it seems so hard. It offers a simple method to restore healthy bodyweight and get on with the rest of your life.

The theory uses logic. It does not involve pills, supplementary purchases, or exercise regimes. It does not require restriction of calories, carbohydrates, fats, or proteins. It does not include hypnosis or positive thinking. Allen Carr, an accountant who cured his own nicotine addiction, helped thousands of people quit smoking instantly and happily after communicating information to them in such a way that their desire and behavior changed. Escape comes with truth; seeing the situation in a new light.

The hypothesis presented here is the result of twenty years of personal n=1 experimentation, combined with insights from scientific studies, books, and other resources, as referenced within.

Supplementary Material

How to stop binge eating. This article outlines how a diet can lead to anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder (the pattern of ongoing binge eating), excessive grazing and compulsive out-of-control eating, or however else you choose to describe it, leaving you to assume that you are broken, with zero willpower and unable to change. Answering: I don’t know how to eat like a normal person: why can’t I be an intuitive eater? I can’t eat like a normal person. I just want to eat like a normal person…

How Allen Carr saved me from obesity

Is it possible to eat normally and lose weight? This article provides evidence that intuitively eating normal, nourishing food, until full, results in the achievement of a healthy weight.

Overcoming junk food addiction. How to escape from it. The lies, the brainwashing, and the mental trap

The other reasons you think you overeat (not yet published). Broken hunger signals. Emotional eating. Habitual eating. Boredom eating. Normal eating after anorexia; normal eating after bulimia; normal eating after binge eating disorder; normal eating after compulsive eating. More doubts: genetics and the possibility that I am scarred for life etc.

When is the best time to start eating normally?