Bobbie Piety

Biography

I have spent much of my life obese (I hate that word, but it is the truth). I was a chubby child and became 100 pounds overweight by the time I was in my late 20's. I read countless books and articles on weight loss and tried numerous diets; none worked for long. All were either impossible to follow for long or left me constantly hungry.
After a successful career as a scientist/engineer, I finally applied scientific rigor to my determination to lose my excess fat and made several fascinating and important discoveries that led to the formation of the Weight Agency and this booklet. Suddenly, everything I had experienced in past dieting made perfect sense and even though I am still obese as I write this, my appetite is under control for the first time in my life and I know that I will achieve my goals and be slim a year from now. I want to share this hope with others who have had similar weight struggles. I want this to be the last book anyone needs on weight loss. Please write to me with your questions and share your success stories with me and others.
-- Bobbie Piety

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The Weight Agency Method
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 12,120. Language: English. Published: September 15, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Dieting
How you got fat, how to lose the fat, how to keep it off. This is the LAST book you will ever need on weight loss. This is a proven, no-fail method to lose weight and eat healthy. More importantly, it teaches one to keep appetite under control, which is the weak link in most diets. The method tracks calories, calculates BMR, BMI, and guides the reader to achieve their weight loss goals.

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  • FIRECLOSURE How to burn down Wall Street and get away with it on July 22, 2012

    Fascinating idea, well written, VERY plausible. Given the state of our economy, our lame government representatives, and current attitudes, the book makes one wonder why this hasn't happened in real life. It reads like an expose on 60 Minutes, or other news show. It is often difficult to remember that this is a fiction, not a new story. This is one of the best stories I've read in a decade! I had hoped to contact the author and praise him, but he is elusive.