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Tek Şişman Beyniniz

Tek Suçlu Beyniniz

Ruhunu Dinle Beynini Doyur

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TEK SUÇLU BEYNİNİZ

Yasemin Soysal

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TEK ŞİŞMAN BEYNİNİZ

Yasemin Soysal

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RUHUNU DİNLE BEYNİNİ DOYUR

Yasemin Soysal

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About the Author

Who is Yasemin Soysal?

Yasemin Soysal is a best-selling author in Turkey, writing on self-help, mindfulness, enhanced living, empowerment and self-worth, especially in relationship to the dysfunctional relationship with food experienced by people who have followed successive diet regimes only to see their weight constantly see-sawing up and down.

She was a professional sportswoman, competing in karate, trampoline and high-diving and has worked with the Turkish national team as a competitor and psychologist. She currently lectures at universities and teaches classes to the general public. After being a member of the Turkish national high diving squad, a sport which requires the ultimate mind control, she went on to study and teach sports psychology.

Her master’s thesis, which involved a three month experiment on weight loss and physical activity, came up with surprising results that were not popular with the sports academy as they suggested that sport alone was not enough to effect the necessary change. Her project monitored weight loss among 1,000 subjects split into four groups: people doing sports, people doing cognitive training, people doing both cognitive and sports training, people doing nothing. Yasemin expected the sports group to be the second most successful, but they were the second worst due to thinking they could reward themselves for doing sports.

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