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Change the Way You Think About Food

By Joyce Hendley, January/February 2008

Here’s how to overcome temptation and guilt and forge a healthier relationship with food.


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"Every time I flip the page, a photo of a big Oreo cookie pops in my face. People read this article to change to healthier eating habits, not to condition themselves to think of Oreos when they read! Interesting article, but I quit...
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Every time I flip the page, a photo of a big Oreo cookie pops in my face.

People read this article to change to healthier eating habits, not to condition themselves to think of Oreos when they read!

Interesting article, but I quit halfway through to protect myself from the cookie brainwashing. I find this sort of subliminal marketing offensive, especially in an article about eating disorders in a magazine about healthy eating.

Anonymous

08/25/2014 - 6:08pm



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