"Your Fat Can Make You Thin!"
Do you suffer from "Diabesity"?
YOUR FAT CAN MAKE YOU THIN
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by Dr. Calvin Ezrin
Explains the newly discovered connection between Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes.
In Your Fat Can Make You Thin, world-renowned researcher and endocrinologist, Dr. Calvin Ezrin, explains how your own body's insulin locks in your fat and how to break the Diabesity cycle and lose weight permanently.
50% of Americans are obese
(135 lbs. on an average 5'3" medium-framed woman is obesity, as is 180 lbs. on an average medium-framed 5'10" man).
Approximately 13 million Americans currently suffer from "Diabesity." Diabesity defines the relationship between obesity and diabetes. For more info on how to hear better again - click here.
As obesity is the major cause of developing Type 2 diabetes, it is no wonder that 90% of Type 2 diabetics are overweight. The first ever Diabesity Conference was held this March in Washington D.C. where medical professionals gathered to discuss and contemplate the synergy between obesity and Type 2 diabetes.
Your Fat Can Make You Thin reveals the third culprit in obese America--lack of sleep. In studies conducted in conjunction with National Sleep Awareness Week, it was determined that 40 million Americans or 14.5% of the population suffer from some sort of sleeping disorder. Serotonin in the brain is necessary to allow for stage 3 deep sleep. Deep sleep in turn, stimulates the production of serotonin in the brain--the chemical which blocks the craving for high-carbohydrate comfort foods. Correcting brain serotonin levels with appropriate medication is essential for permanent weight loss.
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As a prominent medical professional and researcher in the field, Dr. Calvin Ezrin has uncovered the physiologic key to successful, permanent weight loss and developed the Insulin Control Diet, as the ultimate method to get America back to health.
Your Fat Can Make You Thin by Calvin Ezrin, M.D. with Kristen L. Caron, M.A. is now available in soft cover from McGraw-Hill.