The weight that suits me

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Book reference: "The weight that suits me" by Dr. Deepak Chopra

The well-known Ayurveda doctor Deepak Chopra describes in his practice-oriented book how everyone can achieve their constitutional ideal weight without hunger and calorie counting by switching to the "right" foods. For this purpose, the personal constitution type (Ayurvedic: prakriti) is determined in a test and help is given to create an individual meal plan based on the energetic qualities of individual foods. The practical implementation is facilitated by templates for structured self-implementation and self-control in a mixture of behavior-oriented measures (lists and weekly plans) and exercises for physical self-awareness (scale for assessing hunger or satiety). An approach that is consistently recommended from a naturopathic point of view, in which the ideal weight results solely from a healthy lifestyle that is adapted to your own constitution. (sb)

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This text corresponds to the requirements of the medical literature, medical guidelines and current studies and has been checked by medical professionals.

Sebastian Bertram, Barbara Schindewolf-Lensch


  • Dr. Deepak Chopra: The weight that suits me, Lübbe, 1996

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