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Weight Loss For Health Gain

by Joe Fitzgibbon

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Some forty to fifty per cent of adults in Western societies are overweight and up to twenty per cent are obese and these figures are rising all the time. Each year huge amounts of money are being spent on what has become known as 'the slimming industry'. Countless articles and books have been written on the subjects of diet and weight loss, all giving conflicting advice - cut out sugar/stop eating starch/stay away from bread/avoid yeast and so on and on. What is a person to do? Has anyone got the answer? 'Weight Loss for Health Gain' is not just 'another diet', it's a diet for life. There is no quick fix for losing weight, but Dr Joe Fitzgibbon feels everyone can do it. In his book he explains clearly: how to understand your metabolism the process of weight gain and the effects of weight on health fat and its effect on the body and the health effects of obesity and being overweight the causes of weight gain how to assess what weight is right for you how to eat to suit your body and metabolism He gives simple and pragmatic advice on the benefits of exercise and a healthy diet and suggests methods for losing weight, long-term. Dr Fitzgibbon gives information on investigation for food intolerance, and includes progress charts and a word about children. Check your personalised weight loss chart and BMI Calcualtor on Dr Joe Fitsgibbon's website. Other books by Joe Fitzgibbon Feeling Tired All The Time Could it be an Allergy?

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