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Food Therapy by Pixie Turner published today


Happy publication day to Pixie Turner, author of Food Therapy – the much-needed book which presents a new approach to our relationship with food.

Diets don’t just fail to make us healthy. They take up unnecessary space in our minds and prevent us from living life to the fullest.

In Food Therapy, Pixie Turner presents a fresh new approach to rehabilitating our relationship with food. Instead of focusing on rules, reduction and restriction, this practical book will help you uncover the roots and psychology of your relationship with food – how your experiences and feelings affect what you eat – and introduce you to a lifelong practice that will free you from a destructive relationship with food and dieting.

Out today from Piatkus, this practical book will help you uncover the psychological roots of your eating habits and turn the focus away from rules, reduction and restriction.

Pixie is a registered nutritionist (RNutr) and science communicator, and she also has qualifications in psychotherapy, which makes her uniquely positioned to write this book. Her science communication work extends across mainstream media, social media, and her popular podcast In Bad Taste. Pixie has been featured as a nutrition expert on the BBC, Sky and Channel 5, and in publications such as Red magazine, the Evening Standard, Grazia, the Telegraph and more. She is the author of three previous books: The Wellness Rebel (2018), The No Need to Diet Book (2019) and The Insta-Food Diet (August 2020), all published by Head of Zeus.

Congratulations, Pixie!

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