The Hamster-Brain-Method: How to Lose Weight in a Sustainable Manner
Original title: De Hamster in Je Brein
… a totally new diet philosophy … — Het Parool
“… this book makes you understand how your brain works when you want to lose weight… The explanation of the way the brain works provides an insight into the process of losing weight, and the best way to do this…a great read…” — Gezondheidsnet.nl★★★★☆
“…from now on, you start losing weight with doctor Felix Kreier… really, really interesting, and now you know why losing weight is so hard!” — Radio host Anke Buckinx, Joe morning show June 25th
“Finally, a book that considers all diet advice on the basis of scientific grounds! Using the above mentioned knowledge is actually just using your common
sense. And that is exactly what your brain is made for.” — Dick Swaab (neuroscientist and international best-selling author of We Are Our Brains)
“A well-founded and sound method for losing weight; a very welcome addition to my consulting room!” — Astrid Wewerinke (general practitioner)
“Beautiful and must-read book on complex processes in your body, of which you are usually not aware.” — Hans Romijn (Internist and Chairman of the Board of Amsterdam University Medical Center)
A must-read before ever starting a diet (again).
Lose weight in a healthful way and keep it off for good.
Dr. Felix Kreier and Dr. Maarten Biezeveld highlight why it is so hard to maintain your bodyweight after a short and sometimes successful crash diet.
On the basis of the Hamster-Brain-Method, two doctors explain how to reach weight loss goals in a sustainable way. When we decide to lose weight and start a new program, different areas in the brain come into conflict with one another. The more rapid the weight loss, the bigger the conflict and the smaller the likelihood of successful and lasting weight loss.
By aligning the different areas of the brain, the Hamster-Brain-Method will help you reach your goals of health and lifelong weight maintenance.
- English sample and German translation available
- Over 15,000 copies sold