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The Duke Diet: The World-Renowned Program for Healthy and Lasting Weight Loss Hardcover – Bargain Price, April 17, 2007
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Dick Hill's vocal tone and range make this...diet and fitness book sound full of possibilities. He conveys the educated confidence in the authors' writing yet doesn't sound like a didactic academic." ---AudioFile --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Howard J. Eisenson, M.D., is the program director of the Duke Diet & Fitness Center. A graduate of Duke University Medical School, he is also an assistant professor in Duke’s Department of Community and Family Medicine. Dr. Eisenson lectures extensively on the subjects of obesity, physical activity, and promoting healthy behavior change.
Martin Binks, Ph.D., is the director of behavioral health and research director at the Duke Diet & Fitness Center. A psychologist who specializes in obesity treatment, research, and education, he is a clinical assistant professor in the Division of Medical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke. Dr. Binks’s research interests include weight-loss maintenance and obesity treatment development.
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The Duke Program employs a program of medical science applied to exercise, daily diet, and psychological well being. I learned to evaluate my food choices in a balanced approach that also cut down the volume of calories without starving. Then working out in a controlled manner on top of that, the magic started to slowly happen. The Duke Diet was a double edged sword of exercise and a self-made diet program that enabled me to apply it in the rest of my life once I got out of the program.
The tangible results of following the program and the supporting book really made me pay attention and follow through.
As for the book itself, it might seem too geeky on the medical elements, but having faith and reading through will work for the reader's benefit.