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Don't miss this summary of Jason Fung's groundbreaking book, The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss.What will You Learn from Reading this Book? The dieting myths and half-truths that keep people hungry and lethargic with no weight loss to show for it How and why the incidence of obesity surged from the 1970s How the government and big food companies a Don't miss this summary of Jason Fung's groundbreaking book, The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss.What will You Learn from Reading this Book? The dieting myths and half-truths that keep people hungry and lethargic with no weight loss to show for it How and why the incidence of obesity surged from the 1970s How the government and big food companies are complicit in the ballooning of the obesity epidemic Why obesity is a disorder of hormonal imbalance, not caloric imbalance or physical inactivity The meal choices and eating habits that raise insulin levels and make people fat How to reverse weight gain with healthy food choices and intermittent fasting Book Summary Overview In The Obesity Code, Jason Fung settles one of the most divisive debates of the last fifty years: what makes people fat, and what can the regular Joe do to cut some weight? He reframes obesity from a reprehensible disease of gluttony and sloth to a hormonal imbalance disorder than can be reversed with healthy choices and intermittent fasting. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to shed off some extra weight without counting calories. Click buy now with 1-click to own your copy today!


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Don't miss this summary of Jason Fung's groundbreaking book, The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss.What will You Learn from Reading this Book? The dieting myths and half-truths that keep people hungry and lethargic with no weight loss to show for it How and why the incidence of obesity surged from the 1970s How the government and big food companies a Don't miss this summary of Jason Fung's groundbreaking book, The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss.What will You Learn from Reading this Book? The dieting myths and half-truths that keep people hungry and lethargic with no weight loss to show for it How and why the incidence of obesity surged from the 1970s How the government and big food companies are complicit in the ballooning of the obesity epidemic Why obesity is a disorder of hormonal imbalance, not caloric imbalance or physical inactivity The meal choices and eating habits that raise insulin levels and make people fat How to reverse weight gain with healthy food choices and intermittent fasting Book Summary Overview In The Obesity Code, Jason Fung settles one of the most divisive debates of the last fifty years: what makes people fat, and what can the regular Joe do to cut some weight? He reframes obesity from a reprehensible disease of gluttony and sloth to a hormonal imbalance disorder than can be reversed with healthy choices and intermittent fasting. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to shed off some extra weight without counting calories. Click buy now with 1-click to own your copy today!

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Charles Ray

    SumoReads is a new offering in the book summary line, providing an overview of published books to enable a reader to get a preview of books before buying. Summary of Jason Fung’s The Obesity Code is the first SumoReads book I’d read, and I must say, I was impressed. The executive summary of this book, which addresses the myths surrounding obesity and dieting, provided in itself an effective overview of the book, supported by detailed discussions of the book’s main takeaways and an editorial revi SumoReads is a new offering in the book summary line, providing an overview of published books to enable a reader to get a preview of books before buying. Summary of Jason Fung’s The Obesity Code is the first SumoReads book I’d read, and I must say, I was impressed. The executive summary of this book, which addresses the myths surrounding obesity and dieting, provided in itself an effective overview of the book, supported by detailed discussions of the book’s main takeaways and an editorial review at the end. After reading this brief summary, you’ll come away well-prepared to make a buy/don’t buy decision about a book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ron Almstead

    Great, fast reading, targeted summarizing I'm glad I chose this version of reading the core book that is covered since by synopsizing the content you are able to concentrate the core elements and retain more of the key points in a shorter period of time making those points more emphatic in our memory Great, fast reading, targeted summarizing I'm glad I chose this version of reading the core book that is covered since by synopsizing the content you are able to concentrate the core elements and retain more of the key points in a shorter period of time making those points more emphatic in our memory

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deep8

    Quick overview on intermittent fasting. I was surprised at how quickly I reached the end of the summary. It may be a little overpriced for the amount of content, but it gave me a good idea what this subject is about. I will be looking for other sources that contain more practical information on making intermittent fasting a party of one's lifestyle. Quick overview on intermittent fasting. I was surprised at how quickly I reached the end of the summary. It may be a little overpriced for the amount of content, but it gave me a good idea what this subject is about. I will be looking for other sources that contain more practical information on making intermittent fasting a party of one's lifestyle.

  4. 5 out of 5

    David Murphy

    Just Okay... This summary version of The Obesity Code breaks out most of the key points of the actual book... But I would strongly recommend reading the Obesity Code first!

  5. 5 out of 5

    fabian alvis

    Quick read Quick and to the point. I read half of the original book and the information was pretty accurate. Would recommend.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rory

    This is a summary of a much bigger book. It's just about right and summarises well. There is still plenty to take in and I have listened to it 4 times already (audio book). This is a summary of a much bigger book. It's just about right and summarises well. There is still plenty to take in and I have listened to it 4 times already (audio book).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary Karan Vertrees

    Recommend Seems like sound advice and makes sense. The summary was a quick read and to the point. I am going to follow his suggestions and see what happens.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gary Maskell

    A Great Overview! This was well written, very helpful, and increased my interest in purchasing the text under consideration. Highly recommended and the price can't be beat! A Great Overview! This was well written, very helpful, and increased my interest in purchasing the text under consideration. Highly recommended and the price can't be beat!

  9. 5 out of 5

    April

    Very helpful summary I found this to be a very concise and helpful summary of the book that I am wanting to read. I needed an overview first, and now I will read the full book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Great summary I really enjoyed the key take away points. Easy to understand and straight to the point. I recommend this very much

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Concise and very helpful I was so happy to find this summary of the book. It was perfect for my time constraint. I was able to get started on intermittent fasting right away!

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