Accidentally Overweight: Solve your weight loss puzzle

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Allen & Unwin, Sep 1, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
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Discover what your body needs to achieve permanent weight loss.

Confused about what's more effective - a high carb or high protein diet? Are you eating all the right foods and exercising yet still not losing weight? Do you do your best with food and movement yet feel like your body has a mind of its own and seems to betray you? Do you eat emotionally and wish you could change this? Or perhaps you feel and look your best, and simply want to learn more about how your fat burning systems work and how to optimise your health. If so Accidentally Overweight is for you.

If you want to lose excess weight, you need to understand what your body needs to be healthy and to function optimally. Find out what role your hormones play in your body shape and size, as well as your appetite. Discover how digestion impacts your weight. How can stress lead to weight gain? And why is it important to stop weighing yourself. Why do you need to get on top of reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, blood sugar highs and lows and emotional eating if you want to lose weight?

Packed full of insights and easy-to-follow tips Accidentally Overweight helps you achieve optimum health.

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About the author (2011)

As one of Australasia's leading nutrition specialists and weight loss experts, Dr Libby Weaver (PhD), works with a broad range of people from business men and women, stay-at-home parents to Hollywood stars. Dr Libby also writes for numerous magazines, has co-designed the wellness program for Australia's leading health retreat, has her own private practice, runs wellness weekends and speaks internationally sharing her passion for optimal health and holistic nutrition. Seeing the many struggles clients have around weight, their hormones and emotions, inspired Dr Libby to put together this inspiring and effective weight loss program.

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