Note: Books can be found in libraries, bookstores, or by mail from:
Amplestuff, P.O. Box 116, Bearsville, NY 12409 PH: 845-679-3316.
Gurze Books, P.O. Box 2238, Carlsbad, CA 92018 PH: 800-756-7533.
Berg, Frances M. Children and Teens Afraid to Eat: Helping Youth in Today’s Weight-Obsessed World. Hettinger, ND: Healthy Weight Institute, 402 S. 14th St., Hettinger, ND 58639, 2000.
Berg, Frances M. Women Afraid To Eat: Breaking Free in Today’s Weight-Obsessed World. Hettinger, ND: Healthy Weight Institute, 402 S. 14th St., Hettinger, ND 58639, 2001.
Bliss, Kelly, M. Ed. Don’t Weight, Eat Healthy and Get Moving NOW!. Work It Out Inc., 2001.
Bruno, Barbara Altman, PhD. Worth Your Weight: What you can do about a weight problem. Bethel, CT: Rutledge Books, 1996.
Chernin, Kim. The Hungry Self: Women, Eating, and Identity. New York: Harper & Row, 1985.
Ciliska, Donna. Beyond Dieting. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1990.
Cohen, Mary Anne. French Toast for Breakfast: Declaring Peace with Emotional Eating. Gurze Books, 1995.
Foreyt, John P., PhD. and Goodrick, G. Ken, PhD. Living Without Dieting: A Revolutionary Guide for Everyone Who Wants to Lose Weight. New York: Warner Books, 1992.
Garrison, Terry Nicholetti. Fed Up! A Woman’s Guide to Freedom from the Diet/Weight Prison. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1993.
Hakala, Dee. Thin Is Just A Four-Letter Word. Unknown Publ, 1998.
Hall, Lindsey. Full Lives: Women Who Have Freed Themselves from Food and Weight Obsession. Gurze Books, 1995.
Hayes, Dayle. Body Trust. 1-800-321-9499.
Higgs, Liz Curtis. One Size Fits All…And Other Fables. Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1993.
Hirschmann, Jane and Munter, Carol. Overcoming Overeating. New York: Addison-Wesley, 1988.
Hirschmann, Jane and Munter, Carol. Overcoming Overeating. [4 Audio cassettes]
Hirschmann, Jane and Munter, Carol. When Women Stop Hating Their Bodies: Freeing Yourself from Food and Weight Obsession. New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1995.
Kano, Susan. Making Peace with Food: A step-by-step Guide to Freedom from Diet/Weight Conflict. New York: Harper & Row, 1989.
Kaplan, Jane Rachel, Ed. A Woman’s Conflict: The Special Relationship Between Women and Food. Englewood, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1980.
Latimer, Jane E. Beyond the Food Game: A Spiritual and Psychological Approach to Healing Emotional Eating. [Publication information unknown].
Lawrence, Marilyn, Ed.Fed Up and Hungry: Women, Oppression and Food. New York: P. Bedrick Books, 1987.
Lutter, Judy Mahle, Jaffee, Lynn (Contributor). The Bodywise Woman. Human Kinetics, 1996.
Lyons, Pat and Burgard, Debby. Great Shape: The First Fitness Guide For Larger Women. Palo Alto, CA: Bull Publishing, 1990.
Newman, Lesla. Eating Our Hearts out: Personal Accounts of Women’s Relationship to Food. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, 1993.
Omichinski, Linda, RD. You Count, Calories Don’t: The HUGS plan for Better Health. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1992.
Patton, Sharon Green. Stop Dieting, Start Living. Dodd-Mead [Date unknown]
Polivy, Janet & Herman, C. Peter. Breaking the Diet Habit. New York: Basic Books, 1983.
Radcliff, Rebecca Ruggles. Enlightened Eating: Understanding and Changing Your Relationship with Food. 3rd ed., Minneapolis: EASE, 1996.
Reid, Colleen, et al, eds. The Health Benefits of Physical Activity for Girls and Women: Literature Review and Recommendations for Future Research and Policy. British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health. Vancouver, Canada, 2000.
Rice, Rochelle. Real Fitness for Real Women: A Unique Workout Program for the Plus-Size Woman. New York: Warner Books, 2001.
Roth, Geneen. Why Weight? A Guide to Ending Compulsive Eating. New American Library, 1989.
Satter, Ellyn, RD, ACSW. Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family. Kelcy Press, 1999.
Thompson, Becky W. A Hunger So Wide and So Deep: American Women Speak Out on Eating Problems. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1994.
Young, Mary Evans. Diet Breaking: Having it All Without Having to Diet. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1995.
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