Learn the nine factors associated with why you may be gaining weight.
Accidentally Overweight is a new book by Dr. Libby Weaver that showcases nine factors that signal the body to burn or store fat. Those nine key factors are calories, stress hormones, the liver, gut bacteria, the thyroid, insulin, alkalinity and emotions. Dr. Libby spent 13 years working with clients and 14 years teaching at the university level. She noticed that many patients were unable to lose weight when focusing on calories taken in and exercise output. There are a lot of people who eat well and exercise but are not seeing the results of their efforts. This led to the inclusion of other factors to focus on when trying to lose weight and make it a winning battle. This book contains everything you need to both know and consider to be successful at weight loss.
- Written by a medical doctor
- Outlines nine total elements that can affect your weight loss
- Serves as a complete guide to successful weight loss
- Highly praised by those who have read the book
- Adds the missing pieces to the weight loss puzzle
- None to speak of
Accidentally Overweight includes a lot of information on how the body functions and details digestion, calories, stress hormones, sex hormones, the liver, gut bacteria, the thyroid, insulin, alkalinity and emotions. It is suggested that you read the entire book to benefit fully from the information. For those that already eat well and exercise, but are seeing no results, the book points you to one of the other key factors. The book clearly points out that you can’t eat foods that are high in fat and calories all the time and expect your body fat to cooperate. There is also information for those that overeat at times and know they shouldn’t so that you can get to the root cause for this behavior.EXERCISE
Exercise is an important element of Accidentally Overweight. This book focuses on some of the not so obvious reasons you might be overweight, so exercising regularly is important. Similar to eating properly, if you are getting proper exercise and not losing weight, your problem may be in one of the other areas focused on the book.CONCLUSION
Accidentally Overweight offers insight for those that may be doing the basic things to lose weight but still aren’t seeing results. This book can be a helpful tool that thoroughly explains how calories, stress hormones, sex hormones, the liver, gut bacteria, the thyroid, insulin, alkalinity and emotions all play a part in the weight loss equation. By understanding how all of these elements work, you can easily pinpoint what may be stalling your weight loss and get yourself on track.Common Misspellings
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