Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want by Sora Vernikoff
Sora Vernikoff, a no diet, weight-loss coach just released her workbook “Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want! A No Diet, Weight-Loss Program”. Her workbook just became a #1 Amazon Best Seller to now help as many unhappy dieters as possible.
Sora Vernikoff healed herself of compulsive eating over 20 years ago while she was a classroom educator in a Brooklyn inner city school. One day Sora looked at her challenging 35 fourth graders kids and thought to herself, “Why do these kids listen to me and yet I can’t stop thinking about food or eating?” Sora then stopped dieting, journaled all her eating experiences and let 25 pounds go which she has not regained to this day.
When Sora reached her no dieted weight loss goal, Sora knew that she could transfer her classroom “management” techniques to food “management” techniques and Sora’s Weight Loss “Management” Program was born. The Program as taught to hundreds of unhappy dieters lets you eat what you want, stop when you want and become forever thin and healthy and all without having to diet.
Sora’s Weight Loss “Management” Program as taught in “Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want! A No Diet, Weight-Loss Program” is in a workbook format and is made up of two very special eat and stop yourself techniques. First there’s The “Green” Technique and then there’s The “Red” Technique. Now, The “Green” Technique lets you first decide how much of the food that you want is enough and then set aside the amount that is “too much” called your “Too” Much Marker. Then you can “eat” the amount that you decided was “enough” amount but not your “Too” Much Marker. This lets you know by Program definition that you have eaten and stopped yourself. The “Red” Technique is similar to The “Green” Technique but is different in the way that it actually works.
There are also three additional no diet, weight-loss “management” strategies in this no diet program that supports The Program User by reducing the amount of time that it will take him to reach his non-dieted weight loss goal.