Oh my gosh. I'm so full. Even though I'm (usually) sticking to the super-healthy Bikini Boot Camp Six-Week Menu, I must confess that sometimes I may be eating way too much. I may be eating so much that after some meals, I emit a series of sighs. I have to undo my pants. And all I can think about is napping. I know I’m not the only one. So why do we eat so much, even when we're trying our hardest to be on our best behaviour? In his new book, The End of Overeating: Taking control of the insatiable North American appetite, Dr. David A. Kessler cracks the code of overeating by explaining how our bodies and minds are changed when we consume foods that contain sugar, fat and salt. He says that food manufactures create products by manipulating these ingredients to stimulate our appetites, setting in motion a cycle of desire and consumption that ends with a culture of overeaters. The book seeks to explain why it's so difficult to resist certain foods and why it's so easy to overindulge. For a chance to WIN a copy of The End of Overeating, just Subscribe To This Blog and post a reply telling us about the food you're most likely to binge on. Maybe you set out to have just a few chips and end up emptying the bag every time. Perhaps you serve yourself a slice of pizza one minute, and the next minute, you discover that half the pizza is gone. (This happens to me all the time.) You have until Friday, June 12 to let us know. I'll announce the winner here on Saturday, June 13.