Happiness Diet

Happiness Diet

A popular weight-loss diet devised by Dr Timothy Sharp, an Australian psychologist, based on a theory that he terms the primacy of positivity. Sharp claims that in contrast to other diets in which one feels good only after one succeeds in losing weight, it is far more effective to feel good first and subsequently improve one’s chances of achieving weight loss goals. The program is based on an interactive program of positive psychology, coaching, and related areas of health and well-being.
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author of The Happiness Diet, calls them, are found in partially hydrogenated oils, which are in many of today's processed foods, from margarine to prepared cookies to crackers to junky cereals.
It is well known that a diet high in fat, sugar and processed food is bad for our waistlines, but authors of The Happiness Diet say it is also making us depressed.