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The missing PIECE

Pick any diet plan out of a hat. You might opt for paleo or green juice, 5:2 or intermittent fasting; there are plenty to choose from. So how can you decide which is best?

Perhaps it’s time to focus not on what you are eating, but why you are eating. Because while any diet might restrict your calorie intake, it will rarely change your relationship with food or deal with the underlying psychological reasons why you may sometimes overeat and break your resolve.

Everyone knows that the biggest problem with diets is sticking to them and the answer – we have found – lies not in what we’re putting into our mouths, but what’s going on in our heads. It is very rarely a lack of willpower or gluttony that causes diets to fail; much more likely

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