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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Ah, Food Why Do You Trouble Me So Much? by Todd Nyholm is a thought-provoking book that will help readers become aware of their eating habits and look at the role of food in their lives. The book has four sections: the first section covers how the Nytality Method came about and why using this method is beneficial. The second section describes the principles in sequence and provides a good understanding of the self, food that is eaten, and why it is eaten that way. Section three has a synopsis of each principle and also gives a few things for the reader to think about while changing their relationship with food. The last section has concepts to get the most out of the Nytality Method and offers helpful information for readers who are struggling with health, vitality, diet, and food.
Ah, Food Why Do You Trouble Me So Much? is not about diets; it is about discovering and working with one's relationship with food in real time. Readers can take whatever works for them and make some real, sustainable changes in their relationship to food and their daily life. Readers can look at how they feel about dieting, think about how the sensations of food drive their behavior, and look at how their body works with food after reading this book. Todd Nyholm shares his story and how it led him to the Nytality Method. The techniques and strategies shared will help readers improve in every area of their life and build signposts for their relationship with food.