Book extract: The Science of Happiness
In an extract from his new book, Dr Brendan Kelly takes a clinical look at our extremist attitude to dieting – and explains why so-called ‘intuitive eating’ is the best approach of all
Almost every morning I wake at 6am and rush downstairs for breakfast. The time at which I wake rarely varies, regardless of whether it is a workday, the weekend or I am on holiday. It is almost always around 6am and I invariably wake up hungry.
Once I have breakfast I am ready to start the day. It baffles me that some people skip breakfast: I have no idea how they function and yet they...
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