Dr. George L. Blackburn, an associate professor of surgery and nutrition, is the S. Daniel Abraham chair in Nutrition Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He has trained more than 100 fellows in applied and clinical nutrition and has written widely on various aspects of nutrition, medicine, and metabolism, with over 400 publications to date.
Julie Corliss is a medical writer with more than sixteen years of experience in consumer health issues.
Can't seem to navigate to particular chapters in the Kindle version of this book. Very frustrating! I'm wishing I'd ordered a print edition.Published 10 months ago by Medlo
He makes some good points but overall I doubt anyone has much success with this book. An example of a weight loss tip is to sometimes eat breakfast for dinner: "Kellogg's and... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Late Adopter
Personally, this book made sense since it was based on the science of the body. I like this whole set-point idea. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tbock
This book makes so much sense to me. Lose 10% and then maintain the new weight for a number of months. then start again. Makes perfect sense to me.Published on March 18, 2013 by Kathilyn Anderson
Very nice pillows just what i expected. product just as stated and the colors are as vibrant as the photo shown.Published on September 25, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I bought this book from another website I had a gift card for. I always wondered why after dieting for a certain number of weeks, the scale would hardly budget. Read morePublished on June 3, 2011 by Book Worm Lover & Mom
I checked this book out of the library, as I do most diet books. However, the time has come to return it, and I don't want to. This book, for me, is worth buying. Read morePublished on December 4, 2010 by OwenE