How to Quit Without Feeling S--t

  • by Patrick Holford, David Miller, James Braly
  • Narrated by Patrick Holford
  • 3 hrs and 17 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The fast and highly effective way to stop cravings, end addiction and recover energy and happiness without drugs.
This groundbreaking book from the UK's leading spokesman on nutrition looks at why millions of people have cravings for substances such as coffee, sugar and alcohol, as well to drugs such as sleeping pills, antidepressants, marijuana and cocaine. It uncovers how the brain becomes addicted and how it can be 'unaddicted' through a combination of diet, supplements and lifestyle factors.
The book is written in association with Dr David Miller, who has worked in the addiction field for 25 years and is an expert in relapse prevention. It looks at each of the most common substances that people become addicted to and offers specific advice on how to tackle that particular substance safely and effectively yourself.In-depth yet practical and accessible, How to Quit Without Feeling S--t will allow you to understand why you feel the way you do, whether you have a dependency or have already given up but still feel lousy.


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Referenced documents are not found

My biggest complaint is the references made several times to his web page that is not working. The URL is for downloading documents needed to work through the process discussed in the book but the page is not available. They should at least post a redirect saying why it has been removed and where the documents may be found. You can however join their Health Club for a membership fee.

I am intrigued with the concept offered but can find no collaborating evidence to back the claims and no specific published research is provided [perhaps it is available on the missing link].
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- James

You are better off buying the book

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No - The author makes some interesting points,but even he suggests you buy a hard copy of the book. There are just too many indexes and prescriptions and charts to make this a good audiobook.

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- Lydia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-13-2009
  • Publisher: Hachette Audio UK