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Allen Carr’s Easyweigh to Lose Weight

March 31st, 2011

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Lose weight without dieting, calorie-counting or using will-power. It's true! Allen Carr's eating plan allows you to enjoy eating, savour flavours and lose wight. You can: eat your favourite foods; follow your natural instincts; avoid guilt and remorse; enjoy the flavours of fresh foods; do away with digestive ailments; learn to re-educate your tastes; and, let your appetite be your guide. "Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking" has helped millions of smokers to quit. Now he turns his logical, common-sense approach to food. There are no dos of don'ts, only principles to follow that will lead to healthier eating, greater well-being and permanent weight loss.


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Weight Loss Books Lose weight without dieting, calorie-counting or using will-power. It's true! Allen Carr's eating plan allows you to enjoy eating, savour flavours and lose wight. You can: eat your favourite foods; follow your natural instincts; avoid guilt and remorse; enjoy the flavours of fresh foods; do away with digestive ailments; learn to re-educate your tastes; and, let your appetite be your guide. "Allen Carr's Easy Way to Stop Smoking" has helped millions of smokers to quit. Now he turns his logical, common-sense approach to food. There are no dos of don'ts, only principles to follow that will lead to healthier eating, greater well-being and permanent weight loss.
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  1. tark wayne
    April 1st, 2011 at 17:30 | #1

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    Let me preface this with the fact that I am a huge supporter of Allen Carr. I quit smoking and drinking w/ his books, and although I don’t really have a huge weight problem, I was compelled to at least check out easyweigh. As a a result of this book (and others) I have managed to lose about 15lbs and feel better than ever. Had I never read Allen Carr’s other books, I don’t think this book would have done much for me on it’s own. Yes… Easyweigh is quite bonkers at times. It is unfortunate that Easyweigh was not developed further because it did have a lot of potential…. it’s almost as if he had run out of steam. Unfortunately, there is too much ranting and disconnected and incomplete thoughts throughout. However, since I am familar w/ the ways of Carr, I could pick and choose the gems of wisdom that do in fact exist. I would still recommened checking the book out, especially if are familiar with Easyway in general. Easyweigh is certainly not strong enough to stand on its own as a guide to better nutrition, but is great supplemental tool and worth every penny. Good Luck!

  2. S. Jackson
    April 1st, 2011 at 21:39 | #2

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    Allan Carr’s genius in the Easy Way to Quit Smoking did not follow him into this book. It is repetitive, boring and rather unsuccessful.

    I don’t smoke any more, thank you Allan, but I have not lost an ounce.

  3. Wynette Baker
    April 2nd, 2011 at 06:11 | #3

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    Allen Carr had a way of changing the attitudes between your ears. He kills old thinking and helps replace the old with new more productive ways of viewing the world and our challenges.

  4. Ceci B.
    April 4th, 2011 at 04:08 | #4

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    I finished reading this book today, but its effects have already taken effect: I lost 10 pounds in 2 months. But the most important thing about the book is the way concepts are assimilated and you can really FEEL the changes inside. I think this is just the beginning of a healthy way of eating for years to come. Losing weight will just be one consequence. I had read Fit for Life in the 80′s and Allen Carr’s book transmits a similar concept, in a different way. I strongly recommend this book even if you are not overweight, for you and your family, specially if you are a parent.

  5. R. Smith
    April 5th, 2011 at 09:21 | #5

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    It reads like he wrote one chapter then regurgitated it 20 times. You’ll constantly be flipping back through pages asking yourself “didn’t I already read that sentence before?”

  6. Anthony Pisano
    April 5th, 2011 at 19:45 | #6

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    The book has some good ideas on brainwashing, but about 2/3 of the way in you realize he is promoting Veganism. Not for me.

  7. Julie James
    April 7th, 2011 at 12:33 | #7

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    The book was very interesting, and full of suggestions for losing. I also read the stop smoking book, which I really found more interesting and helpful. The weight book almost had too much information for someone who is desiring to lose weight.

  8. Dioni
    April 8th, 2011 at 05:19 | #8

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    Basically that’s what this book tries to convince you of. You’re not an omnivore, no, no, no. Deep inside you want to be a vegetarian. Even lions and tigers would like to be vegan, but they cannot find veggies. After quiting smoking thanks to Mr. Carr’s brainwashing (yes, it was brainwashing but it was GOOD), I tried this book. To make it short, this one is a total nonsensic waste of time. Not worth the paper it’s writen on.

  9. L. Goff
    April 11th, 2011 at 02:00 | #9

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    I didn’t find this book on the same level as his smoking and drinking books but it was good. All of his arguments were explained clearly, even if I didn’t agree with them. I liked that he took a stance of moderation on this topic. Overall, it has motivated me to eat healthier. I am much more conscious of what I put in my mouth.

  10. rafaelmartin2002
    April 11th, 2011 at 16:39 | #10

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    I’m concerned….. I have not received it yet…! it’s taking too long to actually get to me!!

  11. Scribblyfish
    April 11th, 2011 at 23:00 | #11

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    I have been a disciple of Allen Carr’s since he convinced me to stop smoking, however I don’t think he knows much about weight loss. Trying to convince me that because I would never think of killing a gambolling lamb this makes me a vegetarian is not true. If I was hungry that lamb would be in serious trouble. Same formt as the non smoking one but the arguments don’t translate.

  12. Anne Mozolewski
    April 12th, 2011 at 11:41 | #12

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    This book will shake your world – first time I’ve read it I thought: Yea, right, I’ll die before I get to that food. But I could do the first step – eat only fresh fruits for breakfast… After that my taste started changing and other foods became acceptable, things I though I could not live without stopped tasting so good. So my diet slowly shifted from procecessed to fresh. No counting calories, I still eat when I’m hungry (just stop when I’m no longer hungry – don’t wait until you feel full) and enjoy food. In 2 months I’ve lost 10 pounds. Careful – this book is not for everyone – people who don’t like fuits will not appriciate it.

  13. Blaine Greenfield
    April 12th, 2011 at 21:08 | #13

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    Allen Carr’s EASY WAY TO STOP SMOKING is, by far, the

    best book I’ve ever read on that topic . . . it has helped

    several people that I know kick the urge to smoke.

    So I was curious to see if the author could be of similar help

    to people with weight issues . . . I therefore obtained another

    book he has written. ALLEN CARR’S EASYWEIGH TO LOSE

    WEIGHT, in attempt to see if it made as much sense

    as his other effort.

    Though perhaps not quite as good, I still think it has a lot to offer . . . Carr

    goes through each of the reasons that people tend to overeat, then

    quite clearly and logically points out why they make little

    sense . . . he also states that:

    * You can eat as much of your favorite foods as you want to, as often as

    you want, and be the exact weight that you want to be, without having

    to diet or undergo special exercise or even having to use willpower

    or discipline.

    How is this possible? The key is as follows:

    * Because our brainwashed minds have confused ideas about the reasons

    why we eat, we try to clear our plates at each and every course of the meal.

    If you stick to the principle of eating when you are hungry and stopping when

    you have satisfied that hunger, you will not only enjoy every meal, but you

    will have no weight problems. However, I would emphasize that I said stop

    eating when you have satisfied your hunger, and not your gluttony. Does

    this still make you feel deprived? Just think about it. Is this really a

    restriction? Why would you even want to eat if you weren’t hungry? Get

    it clearly into your mind: Eating is pleasurable–over-eating is objectionable.

    Carr then presents a series of simple, easy-to-follow instructions to make

    it possible to attain your ideal weight . . . as he asks:

    * Wouldn’t it be nice if you knew for certain the exact weight that you should

    be? You can! It’s the weight you happen to be when, clad only in underwear,

    you can stare at your reflection in a full-length mirror and admire what you

    see. It’s the weight you are when you wake up each morning completely

    rested, bursting with energy, looking forward to each new day with genuine

    joie de vivre.

    I don’t know if I’ll quite ever get to that point; i.e., being able to wake

    up each morning feeling that way . . . however, I certainly plan

    to try . . . this book gave me some great ideas to use along the way.

  14. Madonna M. Barnard
    April 13th, 2011 at 03:05 | #14

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    A good book, but not a cure. You still have to apply good eating and exercise.

  15. bills
    April 13th, 2011 at 14:50 | #15

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    To begin with, I am irritated by the negative reviews of this book. They are baseless, the people who wrote them obviously were not open minded when they read the book. They are probably somewhere looking for clothes large enough to hold their mass.

    The book has helped me tremendously. In my mind it is groundbreaking material because of the way it’s presented. You should have success with this book if you read it with an open mind and follow all of the directions. I have been enjoying my fruit for breakfast and I feel great almost all of the time. I hope some other readers will provide accurate reviews of this book so that it can help a greater number of people.

    I wish anyone reading my review the best on their journey to a healthier, thinner future.

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