A very intriguing article that breaks down Dr. Deepak Chopra's new book, What Are You Hungry For?
In it, Dr. Chopra proposes that "the solution to America’s growing weight and obesity problem lies in finding personal fulfillment."
"In fact, the author points out that trendy diets are almost never effective."
"Instead, Chopra invites readers to question what might be missing in their lives—perhaps it is love or self-esteem or a feeling of belonging."
"When that key question is answered, Chopra says, normal eating occurs effortlessly and the body can return to its ideal weight."
“Life is about fulfillment,” the author writes, “If your life is not fulfilled, your stomach can never supply what is missing.”
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