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Fight Fat After Forty

Abridged   3 hour(s)
Publication date: 10/13/2007

Fight Fat After Forty

Break Your Stress-Fat Cycle

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Years of accumulated stress, poor coping skills, and a slowing metabolism leave many women dramatically overweight, physically unfit and at risk for serious health problems. Fight Fat After Forty introduces a program that helps women break this cycle and shed dangerous pounds.

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Product Description

At last we know that stress really is a killer. After age forty, years of accumulated stress, poor coping skills and a slowing metabolism leave many women dramatically overweight and physically unfit. This toxic weight puts a woman in jeopardy for serious health risks—diabetes, hypertension, heart disease. By incorporating nutrition management into her medical practice, Pamela Peeke developed a program that helps women break this cycle and shed the dangerous pounds.

Fight Fat After Forty presents Dr. Peeke's program based on "Three Sacred Templates." Adding physical activity into daily routines leads to weight loss, better body mass and a more attractive shape. Learning what and when to eat puts a woman in charge of her diet and reduces stress-induced cravings. Developing a stress-resilient attitude eliminates poor self-care and the resulting worry-weight-and-waist syndrome that leads to extra pounds. This practical and proven guide is especially timely in light of new studies warning Americans about their ever-increasing weight.

Author Bio

PAMELA PEEKE, M.D., M.P.H., is a recognized National Institutes of Health physician and researcher who blends nutritional expertise with medical practice. Her unique approach earned her the Pew Foundation Postdoctoral Scholarship. A frequent lecturer and in-studio expert with major television networks, Dr. Peeke also serves as Medical Director of the national Race for the Cure for Breast Cancer and is on the faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine.