Right Bite: How to Outsmart 43 Scientifically Proven Fat Triggers and Beat the Dieter's Curse
People who struggle with their weight have tried all the diets - high protein, low fat, you name it. And they're still fat. Most of them think it's because they lack willpower, or that they're just meant to be fat. Not true, says Dr. Dalvit-McPhillips, a nutritionist who has studied eating disorders for twenty years. She has uncovered 40 triggers that cause people to overeat, have slow metabolisms, and crave fattening foods. Her work has been published in professional journals and is solidly based on scientific research. Starting with a quiz that helps readers identify which triggers are affecting them and ending with chapters on fitness and attitude, The Right Bite shows people how to change their metabolisms and get to and stay at a healthy weight She argues that the miracle diets make people fat by slowing their metabolisms and causing them to lose muscle, guaranteeing that they'll gain all the weight plus some when they go off the diet. The Right Bite is the antidote to the miracle diets. It's a permanent weight loss solution. It's not easy. It doesn't guarantee results in a weekend. But it works, and it works forever.
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