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Studio City, CA, Jan. 06, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — When people are looking to lose weight, fad diet culture can feel inescapable, especially when these systems seem to promise miracles for shedding pounds. Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist Kim Shapira offers something different – a proven lifestyle method based on over twenty-five years of experience.
She’s the author of the upcoming book “This Is What You’re Really Hungry For,” a vital guide for anyone who wants a sustainable, manageable, and effective plan for shedding pounds and maintaining weight while still enjoying what they eat. Her six simple rules encourage people to take control of their mind and body instead of making them feel guilty about their daily lives.
“People are scared to eat anything they want because most fad diets make them feel bad about their everyday choices,” says Shapira. “I used my deep knowledge of nutrition to develop an easy-to-follow method. It won’t criticize you, only help you craft a balanced lifestyle, which will lead to a healthier you.”
Kim’s first book, which is taking pre-orders now for its July 2023 release, details a path away from diet culture – a path where people learn to stop shaming themselves for what they eat. Kim Shapira’s method embraces normal eating and promotes a healthy relationship with food for sustainable results.
It’s the culmination of her quarter century of working with celebrities, hospitals, sports clinics, addiction centers, universities, and others on the ever-important matter of food and well-being. The ultimate goal is to build a healthy relationship with food.
Shapira’s credentials back up her method, including a B.S. in Exercise Science and Kinesiology from Tulane University and an M.S. in Human Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition from Boston University. Her method encourages individuals to commit to learning more about why they eat so they can have that normal relationship with food. This includes six simple rules that are non-negotiable to master habit and routine.
Shapira’s must-read book provides everything you need to know about a grounded and controlled approach to food. “I help people to think more about why they are eating instead of what they are eating and if they’re actually hungry,” she says.
For anyone either stuck with a diet that’s not working, has tried a diet that flopped, or is thinking about weight loss for the first time, Shapira explains her six simple rules for a successful new approach.