Accidentally Overweight: Solve Your Weight Loss Puzzle

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Little Green Frog Publishing, 2010 - Dietetics - 229 pages
Accidentally Overweight is about what has to happen for a human to be able to access body fat and burn it. Essentially it is about weight loss and all of things that need to come together in our bodies for this to be possible. Many people eat well and exercise regularly yet their body fat does not reflect their efforts. Others have gained and lost the same 20 kilos for the past 20 years while for others they know they don't eat well or perhaps they eat too much, yet they feel powerless to change. This book explains the biochemistry and emotions of weight loss.

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Libby Weaver is one of Australia's leading nutritional biochemists, author and speaker. She is a five times number one bestselling author of the books Accidentally Overweight, Rushing Woman's Syndrome, Real Food Chef, Beauty from the Inside Out and Real Food Kitchen. With a background in biochemistry and a natural ability to break down even the most complex of concepts into layman's terms, Dr Libby's health messages are globally relevant, which is why her holistic approach and unique form of education is embraced by audiences across the world. Dr. Libby's PhD examined the biochemical and nutritional factors in children with autism, and her findings have since changed the way the condition is treated in Australia and New Zealand.

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