“I believe Dr. Aronne has pioneered a new approach to weight loss of obesity. His multi-disciplinary methods remove the guilt and give control back to the patient. In my own case, I no longer live day to day dieting. Food is no longer something to fear; it’s something I enjoy when I am hungry. I have learned to control my hunger using the many tools he has given me. It took twenty-five years to find Dr. Aronne.” —Patricia Wexler, M.D.
“I’ve known Dr. Lou Aronne for more than fifteen years. Before we met, I was eating pork chops and candy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. No joke. (I love candy.) Dr. Aronne put me on a path to healthy living, and I’m sure this book can do the same for you. His advice on diet and weight loss is insightful. Dr. Lou saved my life.” —David Letterman
“Dr. Aronne’s care and advice changed my life, and I’m forever grateful.” —Emily Brill
“Dr. Aronne’s new book is the most informative and intelligent approach to understanding weight loss and gain. Starting with page one, you will immediately feel healthier and better off. A must-read!” —Harvey Weinstein
About the Author
DR. LOUIS ARONNE has directed the Comprehensive Weight Control Program at New York–Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center since 1986. Dr. Aronne is a former president of the Obesity Society, edited the NIH Guide to Obesity Treatment, was an original host on the TV Food Network, and is perhaps best known for diagnosing David Letterman’s heart problem in 2000. He is listed in the Castle Connolly Top Doctors in NY directory as a specialist in obesity and diabetes and is founder of the Cardiometabolic Support Network, www.cmsnonline.com. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.
ALISA BOWMAN has collaborated on five New York Times bestsellers, including The 3-Hour Diet and 8 Minutes in the Morning. She lives in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.