September 1, 2017|
Fat by R. M. Ireland
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Obesity causes much more than physical problems. If you are obese, you've probably had trouble with:

- Self-esteem

- Confidence

- Depression

- Worrying what others think

- Social anxiety

- Motivation

Psychologists and doctors know this, but they'll never tell you what you actually need to overcome your weight problem.

As long as you follow conventional advice, your problem will get worse. You will fall into a fail-success-fail pattern. You will take two steps back for every step forward.

Far more obese adults gain weight rather than lose it. Why? The answer is so simple, hardly anyone believes it.

You don't have the one secret you need to overcome obesity.

Ask anyone who has succeeded in losing weight, and they will tell you it had little to do with diet.

People that have successfully lost weight are:

- Loving life

- Immune to what others think

- Optimistic

- Confident

- Self-assured

Everyone is tricked into believing this lie: First comes weight-loss, then comes happiness.

But the opposite is true in every single success story. First comes confidence, self-esteem, and self-love, and only then does the weight melt off faster than you can keep track of.

This book, told in as an engaging story, brilliantly shows you all you need to overcome, not just obesity, but everything that comes with it.

Once you discover that your weight is only a symptom of your untapped potential, you will never gain another pound.

Your relationship with "bad" foods will go from: "I want it, but I can't have it "

To: "I can have it, but I don't want it "

So simple, yet so powerful, this is a book that shows how true love and optimism are so much more powerful and transformative than strict diets and mind-numbing calorie counting. It is a worry-free approach to losing weight the healthy way.

You will never:

- Worry about what you eat

- Worry what the scale says

- Count calories

- Worry what others think

- Be harsh on yourself

That is the cycle that leads to failure. With this book, you will succeed. You will:

- Gain confidence

- Live life more fully

- Embrace optimism

- Understand the deeper issues

And you will lose weight

Dr. Ron Ireland has been a family doctor since 1988. In that time, he has learned what works and what doesn't--so you don't have to.

With a deep understanding of what causes obesity and what can be done about it, he has written a remarkable and sensational book--FAT.

It is the story of Desmond, a child who grew up morbidly obese. With the nickname "The Roll," he was fat-shamed, bullied, degraded, and lonely. In despair, with no one to lean on, he was on the edge of giving up.

But a chance meeting changes everything, and his path will never be the same. In this uplifting story, Desmond discovers companionship, love, friendship, wonder, and what it means to be truly happy.

Brimming with insight, intense emotion, and the extraordinary beauty of self-discovery, FAT is a book for anyone who has lost their way while battling obesity.

Stop re-living the endless nightmare of losing weight and gaining it back.

The only thing you need to gain is knowledge and self-discovery--the weight falls off effortlessly after that.

If you're ready to stop the vicious cycle dead in its tracks, then order this book in any format, and realize the self-transformation you've always desired.

Ronald M. Ireland MD, has served in family practice since 1988, associate clinical professor of family medicine DeGroote School of Medicine. He and his wife Shelley and their chocolate lab Hershey live in semi-rural Ontario, Canada. Their 3 grown children appear occasionally. Connect at ronireland.com.
Product dimensions:270 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.61 in
Shipping dimensions:270 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.61 in
Published:September 1, 2017
Publisher:Cut to the Chase Publishing
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780692900161

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