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Life Between Meals [Kindle Edition]

Michael Anchors MD PhD
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Book Description

The only available book in which a highly experienced, qualified bariatrician set out deliberately to tell the whole truth about losing weight and keeping weight off, unrestrained by publishers who add popular dribble and suppress the truth in an effort to garner sales. With a Harvard PhD in biochemistry as well as an MD degree and fifteen years experience as a weight-loss doctor, Dr. Anchors has successfully treated 5100 patients with a patented formula of medicines and a simple program of steps to follow. Dr. Anchors has appeared on national TV, radio and magazines and runs major websites at www.michaelanchors.com and www.phenpro.com.

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  • File Size: 1378 KB
  • Print Length: 212 pages
  • Publisher: Anchors Books (August 24, 2005)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001OI1WP4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #895,616 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is the best, well-thought out, weight management book I have ever read. I am normally a pessimist, have been fighting my weight all my life and have gone on just about every possible diet, but without success. Dr. Anchors; in this book,Life Between Meals, explains in ways I understand why people gain weight, why most of the diet fads and myths don't work, and how I can lose weight on a permanent basis. Both I and my wife have been following Dr. Anchors' plan and are leading a happier, healthier life. This book should be required reading by everyone who cares about their weight and health. [ASIN:B001OI1WP4 Life Between Meals]]
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More About the Author

Dr. Anchors was a scientist first (Hearvard PhD biochemistry), a physician second (NIH and practice in Rockville, Maryland), and a weight-loss doctor from 1995 on. He has the patent on the phen-pro combination of medicines, the only safe effective combination of medicines for the long-term treatment of excessive hunger (each word carefully chosen); but on his blog (www.phenpro.com) he explains that the Eight Lessons are the most important component of a successful weight-loss program. Recently he has become alive to the fact that cholesterol has nothing to do with heart disease, statin drugs hurt people, American doctors overtreat blood pressure & diabetes, salt is okay and many other facts proven but not generally known. American doctors don't know since they don't read evidence; they know only what drug companies tell them. Dr. Anchors joins others in a campaign to spread the truth. Read "Medical Myths Doctors Believe" (2012).


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