Syndrome W: A Woman's Guide to Reversing Midlife Weight Gain

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Government Institutes, Sep 25, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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As seen on The Rachael Ray Show! If you’re a woman of a “certain age,” you know what we’re talking about: that unexplained weight gain that creeps up no matter what you try to do to stop it. Enter Syndrome W, the book named for the metabolic condition caused by abnormal insulin levels commonly found in women aged 30 to 60.

Dr. Harriette R. Mogul, the physician who discovered the condition, shows how it can be reversed when properly diagnosed and treated so you can regain your waistline! From understanding the symptoms, to finding a doctor who can help, to creating a food and exercise plan, and beyond, Dr. Mogul provides the practical tips that will help you reverse Syndrome W.

In addition to providing the tools you need to understand and fix Syndrome W, Dr. Mogul provides mouth-watering recipes, including Tailgate Turkey Chili, Wildflower Crab Cake with Vanilla Mango-Chutney and Lemon Thyme Vinaigrette, Wild Mushroom Sauté, and Concord Grape and Burgundy Poached Pears with Quinoa Crisp Cookies, each specially designed to complement the treatment for correcting Syndrome W—forever!

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After readig this book I asked myself the following:
Need to lose weight?
How to lose weight fast ?
How to lose weight in a week ?
And now ... read my successful story here
Some excerpts from my diary:
- abdominal exercise great
- low carb diet foods
- yoga asanas standing poses
- yoga designs
- injury and abdominal cord binder spinal
Good Luck!

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About the author (2010)

Harriette R. Mogul, M.D., M.P.H, is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and the Columbia School of Public Health. An endocrinologist, epidemiologist, and early pioneer in women's health and founder of the nation's first Institute for Medical Research on Women and Gender, Columbia University, she spearheaded some of the first large national studies on women and weight. She lives in Westchester County, New York.

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