Cover Image

State of slim : fix your metabolism and drop 20 pounds in 8 weeks on the Colorado diet

by Hill, James O.

Print Book

Saved in:

Availability Loading...

Summary

Colorado boasts the lowest obesity rate in America. Now, a team of leading weight-loss researchers reveal how slender Coloradans get and stay that way, and show how you can achieve the same results wherever you live. From their Denver-based research facility Drs. Hill and Wyatt studied the patients... Full description

Tags:

Add Tag

No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!

Summary: Colorado boasts the lowest obesity rate in America. Now, a team of leading weight-loss researchers reveal how slender Coloradans get and stay that way, and show how you can achieve the same results wherever you live. From their Denver-based research facility Drs. Hill and Wyatt studied the patients in their weight-loss clinic along with the lean people of Colorado. They also analyzed the National Weight Control Registry, a scientific database of thousands of successful "losers" across the country. They've pinpointed the six key factors to a lean lifestyle and created the Colorado Diet plan. Here, you'll learn how to reignite, rebuild, and reinforce your body's fat-burning engines to develop a Mile-High Metabolism, keenly responsive to shifts in activity and diet. By following the Colorado Diet. you won't just lose weight, you'll actually change your body so it's primed to stay in a state of slim for good.--From publisher description.
Item Description: Includes index.
Physical Description: xx, 268 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9781609614911 (hbk.)
1609614917 (hbk.)
Author Notes: James O. Hill is executive director of the Anschutz Center for Health and Wellness at the University of Colorado and the author of The Step Diet: Count Steps, Not Calories to Lose Weight and Keep It off Forever . He and Dr. Wyatt co-founded the National Weight Control Registry. He lives in Denver, CO.

Holly Wyatt, the Anschutz Center's associate director, is a physician and clinical researcher at the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of Colorado and the national director for the Centers for Obesity Research and Education. She lives in Denver, CO.

×