Rich People Are Making Us Fat: How to stay thin without dieting

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You know, we didn't always want to be skinny. There was a time when that wasn't attractive at all. There was a time when people actually went out of their way to put on weight, to be pasty white... because that was attractive. See, back then, everyone was thin and no one was dieting. What happened? It's possible to feel good about how we look and be healthy and loose weight in the process. More

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About Robert Doyle

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Here's a simple fact: At every point in human history, there have been people who have been able to eat whatever they want, whenever they want, and as much as they want, and they never get fat. These people aren't genetically different from the rest of us. It's just that they do a few things that the rest of us don't do, and it's those few things that make all the difference.

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Here's a simple fact: At every point in human history, there have been people who have been able to eat whatever they want, whenever they want, and as much as they want, and they never get fat. These people aren't genetically different from the rest of us. It's just that they do a few things that the rest of us don't do, and it's those few things that make all the difference.

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Review by: Carrie de Sousa on Nov. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
Well written, informative, an excellent read.
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Review by: Brenda Gray on Sep. 27, 2012 : star star star star star
Very good ... and engagingly written. Buy it. You'll like it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Brian Sisson on Aug. 17, 2012 : star star star star star
Excellent read. I have been very interested in health and nutrition lately. This book really helped me to understand how societies can get to lifestyles they live everyday that are either good or bad for you. We really need to look at ourselves individually and our habits and lifestyle choices and make the right choices for ourselves, not what society around us is accepting as norm.
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