Posted on October 20, 2013 · Posted in News

TAFT by Corbis from NYTimesPresident Taft struggled with weight loss and gain over the course of his life in the 1800’s. The New York Times recently published an article about President Taft’s struggle with obesity. There were fewer obese people in the 1800’s but it is when the term obesity came into vogue. During this time obesity experts recommended President Taft following a strict diet plan, keep a food journal and eat at certain times throughout the day.

More than 1/3 of Americans are obese today; 37.5 million adults. Dieting alone is not the answer because over 95% of people that diet regain the lost weight, and sometimes more. That is why my clients that have followed The Metabolic Reset Program not only lose weight but 85% of them keep the weight off because we dig deep to understand each person’s intimate relationship with food. Look for my new book that will be released the first of next year, “Stop the Torment: Conquer Your Relationship with Food” that ends the struggle of the weight gain syndrome we all have experienced.

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Read the complete New York Times article here.

Image courtesy Corbis from the New York Times article.