Why We Eat (Too Much)

Why We Eat (Too Much): The New Science of Appetite

Non-Fiction, Healthy Eating & Diets, Health & Lifestyle, Other branches of Medicine
Paperback Published on: 14/01/2021
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Synopsis

The Sunday Times bestseller that explains the new science behind weight loss and how we can get in shape without counting calories.

'A compelling look at the science of appetite and metabolism' Vogue

'This book tells us the truth about weight loss' Dr Rangan Chatterjee
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We've all heard the golden rule: eat less, exercise more and you'll lose weight. But what if it isn't that simple?

For over two decades, weight loss surgeon Dr Andrew Jenkinson has treated thousands of people who have become trapped in the endless cycle of dieting. Why We Eat (Too Much), combines case studies from his practice and the new science of metabolism to illuminate how our appetite really works.

Debunking myths of about body and systematically explaining why dieting is counter-productive, this unflinching book investigates every aspect of nutrition: from the 'set weight point' that is unique to all of us, to good and bad fats, and from how genes impact our weight to how our hormones are affected after a diet ends.

With a new chapter about the link between obesity and COVID-19, this incredible book will help you understand your body better than ever before.
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'Articulate, clear, a joy to read, this is a book that really needed written' Joanna Blythman, author of Swallow This

'Highly persuasive . . . a radical approach to weight loss' Sunday Times

'Debunks the myths around dieting and weight-loss' Telegraph

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780241400531
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Weight: 240g
  • Dimensions: 194 x 130 x 28 mm

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Why We Eat (Too Much)
A real eye opener
This book has come as such a revelation to me in explaining how calorie controlled diets make us fatter in the long run which matches my first (and now las... READ MORE
Juliet Evans