Move A Little, Lose A Lot

Move A Little, Lose A Lot

Large Print - 2010
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Dr. James Levine, an esteemed expert on obesity, argues that the reason so many of us are overweight is simple: our office and social-networking environments coax us to remain desk sentenced. Human beings were not built for sitting, and sedentary living is bad for us. The solution is to think NEAT - nonexercise activity thermogenesis, the scientific name for everyday movement. You don't need to schedule additional workout hours. Dr. Levine's eight-week prescription for effortless weight loss fits anyone's busy schedule. Book jacket.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2010
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781410428172
Branch Call Number: LP 613.25 LEV
Characteristics: 515 p. (large print) ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Yeager, Selene

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Dexter_Morgan
Jan 22, 2010

The diet and exercise plan in this book is VERY regimented. It would be very difficult for someone to follow this plan. I felt overwhelmed reading this book .

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fletchmo
Dec 03, 2009

lots of 'calories burned' calculations in this book.
the author is a big fan of building more physical work into daily activity (rather than going to the gym)
turn off the remote; open your own garage door; take the stairs etc.

he also discussed treadmill desks--I like this idea. but alas, alack, i do not have the coins for this...also too noisy for some office settings. and yet for some it could be a wonderful option.....
happy birthday to me? ;)

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