Scientifically Slim: 30 Proven Ways to Lose Weight and Keep It Off

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Itasca Books, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 197 pages
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Researchers across the globe are constantly studying new techniques to help people lose weight. Now you can forget about subscribing to medical journals to learn this professional wisdom. Scientifically Slim breaks down the jargon and teaches you industry leaders' methods to help you get fit and maintain your ideal weight. It explains the findings in easy-to-understand language and teaches you how to take the information and adopt it to your own weight-loss journey. You will discover that this isn't just any weight-loss book: It takes the lessons from each research study and helps you find the answers you need to understand your weight loss challenges and the skills needed to plan your path to better health. You will learn the power to control your eating habits in a healthy way, craft an effective exercise regimen, and keep a positive outlook. At the end of each chapter, Scientifically Slim includes Action Points & Reflections, a detailed question and answer section. Whether you choose to complete a section every day or every week, each time you pick up this book, you will be one step closer to setting your weight loss or maintenance goals and working to attain them. Scientifically Slim is your first step to the body and life you want. Book jacket.

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Machiel N. Kennedy, MD, is a licensed medical doctor who specializes in family practice and bariatric medicine (weight loss). He has more than thirty years of experience in private practice, wellness programs, weight management, preventative medicine, medical motivation, and patient education. He is the author of Living Lean: Your Guide to Successful Weight Loss Management and Ten Commitments to Forever Fit. As the Chief Medical Officer for American Medical Technologies, Dr. Kennedy speaks regularly for many companies and conducts seminars on weight loss and healthy lifestyles. Edgar K. Tham, MS, CSC, RPsych, is Singapore's pioneer sport and exercise psychologist who specializes in behavior change strategies and success coaching. Based in Singapore, he was formerly head of sport psychology at the Singapore Sports Council and founding head and Deputy Director of the School of Sports, Health & Leisure of Republic Polytechnic. He is listed in the International Who's Who of Professionals (2000) and a popular seminar speaker and lecturer of sport and exercise psychology and coaching courses in Asia.Shirlaine S. Phang is a Certified Lifestyle & Wellness Coach who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Edith Cowan University, Australia. She is currently an Education & Training Manager specializing in lifestyle and weight management. Shirlaine is enthusiastically involved with projects that promote active and healthy lifestyles in the community and schools. She regularly participates in golf, soccer, badminton, basketball, and inline skating. Shirlaine currently resides in sunny Singapore.

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