Summary & Analysis of the F*ck It Diet | A Guide to the Book by Caroline Dooner

The F*ck it diet

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Ex-chronic dieter Caroline Dooner exposes the false promises of diets and proposes a better way to heal your metabolism, be at ease with food, and fix your relationship with your body image in her book, The F*ck It Diet.

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  • Synopsis of the original book
  • Key takeaways from each chapter
  • A detailed guide to changing the way you feel about food
  • The physical, mental, and emotional components to finding success
  • Editorial Review
  • Background on Caroline Dooner

About the Original Book:

Caroline Dooner’s The F*ck It Diet is a well-researched account of the physical and psychological effects of food restriction, the liberation of letting appetites and cravings—not other people’s rules—lead the way, and the joy of self-acceptance. Writing easily and casually, Dooner chronicles her own struggle with her weight and body image and reveals the only way out of a disordered relationship with food: eating whatever you want. Anyone who has struggled with yo-yo dieting, bingeing, or a less-than-good-enough body image will find this book an invaluable read.

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