Diet & Exercise: Uncomplicated

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - Medical - 145 pages
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Have you seen the recent newspaper and magazine headlines? "Overweight? Eat less, exercise more!" The writers are correct, you know. Diet and exercise are the keys to achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight. Unfortunately, prescribing diet and exercise as a remedy for out obesity crisis is not enough. In fact, it is as vague as a credit counselor's advice to a nearly bankrupt client to "Earn more and spend less". Good advice, of course, but short on the specifics.

How about an action plan?... A strategy?

Here it is! A strategy almost anyone can understand, follow and share with others that will give specific actions to the simple prescription to "Eat less, exercise more". This is Diet and Exercise: Uncomplicated!

Simple. Understandable. Effective.

You'll read this entire book in ninety minutes. You'll have a good overall grasp of the specific diet and exercise strategy within the first eighteen pages. It will change your life.

Diet and Exercise: Uncomplicated!

You can do this.

Check out Edward's previous book, Measured Success!


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About the author (2005)

Edward J Coates is a baby-boomer, born in 1950. As a student athlete, he graduated from high school in 1969 weighing a slim 165 pounds, at a height of five feet, 10 inches. By the age of 32 Ed was smoking over two packs of cigarettes per day and weighed 212 pounds. Today at the age of 54, Ed weighs 165 pounds again and hasn't had a cigarette in over 20 years. In recent years, Ed has completed 10 marathons, including running in the Boston Marathon twice.

A passion to help others realize the same self-satisfying success and the potential for long-term good health is what motivated Ed to write his books "Measured Success!" and Diet & Exercise: Uncomplicated!. Ed holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Saginaw Valley State University and has worked in many aspects of the business community his entire work life. Ed and his wife of 32 years reside in mid-Michigan and have two married children.

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