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Drop The Fat Act & Live Lean y dietitian Ryan Andrews, offers a no holds barred, straight-forward reality check that offers the key to change. Instead of feel-good weight loss programs, Andrews uses truthful humor to explain how people sabotage being healthy and hinder their own goals. Fattitudes are routines, dietary choices, and belief systemsoften favored by overweight individualsthat add more body fat, less muscle, and more risk for disease. These are the rules for how to get fat and stay that way. Using the opposites approach to behavioral learning, readers quickly realize exactly what not to do if they wish to lose weight. Misconceptions are replaced with a new set of weight management skills that include the basic fundamentals of healthy nutrition. Eating whole foods or processed foods, animal- or plant-based diets as well as the speed theyre consumed are shown to make a difference. Lifestyle habits of the fit and lean, i.e. eating breakfast, getting more sleep, and not using food to manage stress, become part of a bigger picture and are more easily embraced. Readers will be humorously convinced that the ability to make good decisions on everyday choices is the real formula to weight-loss success. Fattitudes are routines, dietary choices, and belief systemsoften favored by overweight individualsthat add more body fat, less muscle, and more risk for disease. Here are the rules for how to get fat and stay that way. Using the opposites approach to behavioral learning, readers quickly realize exactly what not to do if they wish to lose weight. Drawing on his experiences with clients as a nutrition coach, Andrews understands first-hand both their challenges… and their excuses… and what they need to know.Misconceptions are replaced with a new set of weight management skills that include the basic fundamentals of healthy nutrition. Eating whole foods or processed foods, animal- or plant-based diets as well as the speed theyre consumed are shown to make a difference. Lifestyle habits of the fit and lean, i.e. eating breakfast, getting more sleep, and not using food to manage stress, become part of a bigger picture and are more easily embraced.DROP THE FAT ACT & LIVE LEAN by dietitian Ryan Andrew, offers a no holds barred, straight-forward reality check that offers the key to change. Instead of feel-good weight loss programs, Andrews uses truthful humor to explain how people sabotage being healthy and hinder their own goals. Fattitudes are routines, dietary choices, and belief systemsoften favored by overweight individualsthat add more body fat, less muscle, and more risk for disease. Here are the rules for how to get fat and stay that way. Using the opposites approach to behavioral learning, readers quickly realize exactly what not to do if they wish to lose weight. Drawing on his experiences with clients as a nutrition coach, Andrews understands first-hand both their challenges… and their excuses… and what they need to know.Misconceptions are replaced with a new set of weight management skills that include the basic fundamentals of healthy nutrition. Eating whole foods or processed foods, animal- or plant-based diets as well as the speed theyre consumed are shown to make a difference. Lifestyle habits of the fit and lean, i.e. eating breakfast, getting more sleep, and not using food to manage stress, become part of a bigger picture and are more easily embraced.DROP THE FAT ACT & LIVE LEAN by dietitian Ryan Andrew, offers a no holds barred, straight-forward reality check that offers the key to change. Instead of feel-good weight loss programs, Andrews uses truthful humor to explain how people sabotage being healthy and hinder their own goals. Fattitudes are routines, dietary choices, and belief systemsoften favored by overweight individualsthat add more body fat, less muscle, and more risk for disease. Here are the rules for how to get fat and stay that way. Using the opposites approach to behavioral learning, readers quickly realize exactly what not to do if they wish to lose weight. Drawing on his experiences with clients as a nutrition coach, Andrews understands first-hand both their challenges… and their excuses… and what they need to know.Misconceptions are replaced with a new set of weight management skills that include the basic fundamentals of healthy nutrition. Eating whole foods or processed foods, animal- or plant-based diets as well as the speed theyre consumed are shown to make a difference. Lifestyle habits of the fit and lean, i.e. eating breakfast, getting more sleep, and not using food to manage stress, become part of a bigger picture and are more easily embraced.offers a no holds barred, straight-forward reality check that offers the key to change. Instead of feel-good weight loss programs, Andrews uses truthful humor to explain how people sabotage being healthy and hinder their own goals. Fattitudes are routines, dietary choices, and belief systemsoften favored by overweight individualsthat add more body fat, less muscle, and more risk for disease. Here are the rules for how to get fat and stay that way. Using the opposites approach to behavioral learning, readers quickly realize exactly what not to do if they wish to lose weight. Drawing on his experiences with clients as a nutrition coach, Andrews understands first-hand both their challenges… and their excuses… and what they need to know.

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