New Book Addresses the Reality of Obesity and Offers a Break into a Growing Problem
The book advocates good health by avoiding stress typically brought on by obesity. The author also teaches the fundamental facts behind how this issue affects the body and mind.
Lanham, MD 6/23/2012 12:46 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)
Millions of people have been diagnosed with obesity, and in recognizing the necessity of good health, there are ways to rid obesity through practical and realistic methods. Living with obesity is not the end of the world despite its life changing capabilities. In his new book titled The Obesity Reality: A Comprehensive Approach to a Growing Problem, author Dr. Naheed Ali leads us to the many truths about obesity by walking through the “ins and outs” of this problem.
The book advocates good health by avoiding stress typically brought on by obesity. What’s more, the information in the book is straightforward and dives into the inner workings of obesity. The author also teaches the fundamental facts behind how this issue affects the body and mind.
The aim is to encourage healthy living and fix the obesity dilemma throughout the world through this comprehensive, remedial guidebook. The information is presented in a zero-nonsense, highly-organized way. The book also reveals how obesity breeds other problems and how we can overcome this obstacle in more ways than one.
In The Obesity Reality, Dr. Ali addresses issues and serves obesity sufferers what Publishers Weekly calls “powerful insights”. Under his ideas, fundamental factors such as diet, treatment, and the mind affect the overall impact which obesity has on our health. The author believes the obese should have a diverse amount of knowledge to evade the massive physical ailments that this problem can bring forth. The book promotes the practices for looking obesity in the eye before it strikes, and the author is a firm believer in the adage: “prevention is a step above cure.”
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