Gregg Murray, Ph.D., a behavioral scientist, was haunted by food until he discovered Low-Willpower Eating. He had dieted and then regained lost weight many times in his life, but with Low-Willpower Eating he was able to lose and keep off over 70 pounds (more than 25% of his starting weight) for almost two decades now.
Sick of dieting? You should be, because if you’re like most overweight people, dieting leads you down a mentally difficult path of deprivation and guilt and demands a physically challenging (at best) set of rules that often actually makes it harder to lose and keep off weight. Low-Willpower Eating provides a “secret” to eating that requires:
low to no willpower and no special food.