Interval Weight Loss for Life

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Random House Australia, 2019 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
In Interval Weight LossDr Fuller explained we all have a set weight at which our bodies feel most comfortable, and those who go on fad diets often end up regaining the kilos they've lost - hence the expression 'battle of the bulge'.

In this companion book Dr Fuller takes you, stage by stage, through the process of convincing your body it's at a new optimal weight so that you become slimmer and stay that way. And he answers all the questions readers have asked him, such as-

'How should I kick-start the process?'
'What should I do if I find my weight plateauing?'
'Do I need to avoid certain foods?'
'What should I do now that I'm at my goal weight?'

Filled with new nutritious recipes, and helpful, no-nonsenseadvice, Interval Weight Lossfor Life provides you with the essential information that has enabled thousands of people to lose weight and keep it off. So, if you're feeling battle-weary and are about to give up, then put down the latest celebrity diet you're reading and arm yourself with this book. The battle of the bulge is almost over.
 

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Contents

The first step
22
Idealism and realism
35
What will I have to do on
50
Buying the right food
76
Use chopsticks
92
What to do if your weight isnt
111
What to do when youve reached
123
Case studies
145
Creative cooking
153
Acknowledgements
255
Foods you can eat when hungry
263
Recipe index
269
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Dr Nick Fuller is a leading obesity researcher in Australia and has been running the clinical research program at the Boden Institute, Charles Perkins Centre in the University of Sydney for the past decade. He has helped hundreds of people on their weight-loss and lifestyle journeys and investigated a broad range of topics including dietary and exercise programs, appetite hormones, commercial programs, complementary and conventional medicines, medical devices, and weight-loss surgery. He completed his doctorate on the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of different obesity weight-loss treatments, and has also completed degrees in exercise physiology and nutrition and dietetics.
For more information visit- www.drnickfuller.com.

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