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Eat, Drink & Be Healthy: Dieting vs. newer approaches to losing weight

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Are we done dieting?, Many of us want to lose weight, and many more probably should. But in recent months I've seen a subtle shift in the diet-guidance market: Instead of prescribing eating regimens, many weight-loss experts are suggesting that we reevaluate our relationship with food, focus on eating healthful whole foods and use psychology to aid our efforts to shed pounds.Books such as "The End of Overeating," "Mindful Eating" and "Overcoming Overeating" omit the word "diet" from their titles. Others, such as "The Beck Diet Solution" and "The 9-Inch 'Diet,' " retain the word but rebel against it; first book's subtitle is "Train Your Brain to Think Like a Thin Person." Of course, there are still plenty of conventional diet plans. There's no escaping the "Biggest Loser" series or the "Flat Belly Diet!" Some people will always prefer to be told what to eat and when to eat it. And for those who like to count, be it calories, fat, carbs or protein grams, options still abound.

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