The Science of Food, Mood, and Weight Loss

The Hunger Hero Diet: How to Lose Weight and Break the Depression Cycle – Without Exercise, Drugs, or Surgery” is currently available in multiple formats – ebook, paperback, and hardcover (details below).

The Hunger Hero Diet is a new evidence-based and scientific way of thinking about food, with the potential to help anyone who is overweight, unable to exercise, and challenged by depression.

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The Hunger Hero Diet covers so much content – from fad diets, nutrition 101, Blue Zones, superfoods, multi-factorial reasons for population weight gain, and then into behaviour change theory to set up the tips section and the food/recipe advice. It is all well-informed by research, without being overly technical. Whatever their prior knowledge, anyone reading this will gain some new insights.” – Dr Tim Crowe, Advanced Accredited Practicing Dietician, academic, nutrition research scientist, freelance health and medical writer, podcaster, and founder of thinkingnutrition.com.au

Where to buy

The ebook is currently available through Australian websites like Amazon Australia and Booktopia.com.au, plus global distribution channels such as Google Play Books, Amazon Kindle, Scribd, Kobo, Apple, Nook, Thalia, Indigo, Mondadori, Angus & Robertson, Barnes & Noble, and Vivlio.

The paperback edition is available in Australia from Booktopia.com.au and Amazon.com.au (in AU dollars) from local printers in Melbourne, or via Amazon.com (in US dollars) from the US.

The hardcover edition is only available through Amazon.com (listed in US dollars) from the US.

How to Lose Weight and Break the Depression Cycle

Building on 10 years of university study, and a lifetime of lived experience, I discovered a way of eating that enabled me to lose 35kg in 35 weeks, and keep it off – without exercise, drugs or surgery. But I did much more than lose weight; I overcame my depression too. And that broke the cycle of weight gain. The latest science supports this link between food and mood, and after 4 years of intense research and writing, I can finally share my findings with you. – Kathryn M James, MASR(Health), BScBiomedical(Hons), GDip(Coun), FDRP

Dry noodle bowl with tuna and avocado salad #HungerHeroDiet

Losing weight without exercise, drugs or surgery

“The Hunger Hero Diet is both engaging and compelling, but an easy read; like a conversation with a friend.”Joy Sauvarin, BSc, Nutritional Therapist

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