Body Rx: Dr.Scott Connelly's 6-Pack Prescription

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G. P. Putnam's Sons, Jan 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 287 pages
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How does the Body Rx plan work? Plenty of food - probably more than youíre eating now; efficient weight-training to give you the ultimate workout in four days a week; No boring aerobics. Throw out the treadmill. Stop starving. And get the best body youíve ever had. Body Rx presents a dramatically new way of thinking about how we eat and exercise. At its core is the 6-Pack Prescription, an innovative approach to nutrition and fitness. The prescription has worked for everyone from elite athletes to discouraged dieters, from the chronically obese to men and women eager to shed a few pounds. And it will work for you. Based on two decades of Dr. Scott Connellyís groundbreaking work in fat loss, fitness, and metabolism, 'Body Rx' gives you the tools used by athletes to change body composition from flab to firm, from fat to fit.

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After readig this book I asked myself the following:
Need to lose weight?
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User Review  - Phillip - Goodreads

In this book about weight loss, writen by an MD, you are told to throw your scale away, and to eat more to loose body fat. If you follow this program you will eat more than you've eaten in your life, and you will still drop body fat. Read full review


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Connelly has devoted his life to the study of the science of nutrition and fitness and is considered one of the world's leading experts in the field of human nutrition and metabolism. The inventor of MET-Rx Engineered Nutrition, he also founded UCLA's A. Scott Connelly Center for Nutrition Science.

Ralph Felder, M.D., Ph.D., popularly known as "Dr. Chef," is the section chief for cardiovascular nutrition, cardiology fellowship program at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix. He has appeared on numerous national and local television and radio shows. Carol Colman is a health writer who collaborated on the bestsellers Curves (with Gary Heavin) and "The Melatonin Miracle" (with Walter Pierpaoli).

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