New Book "Fat-Me-Not, Weight Loss Diet of the Future" Explains Latest Revolutionary Science Behind Obesity and Solution to Obesity.

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Obesity doc’s “Fat Me Not” explores broad view of weight control: the science, psychology, biology and myths.

“Many obese individuals are aware that their weight is above normal, yet they do not believe see it as an unhealthy level. This results in a widespread confusion where obesity is not perceived as the disease it needs to be treated as.”

Understanding how obesity truly works is at the heart of successful weight loss, according to Dr. Myo Nwe, an internal medicine specialist and co-founder of the Ace Medical Weight Loss Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Nwe has authored an extensive new guide to understanding several key aspects of weight control, from the science of how certain diets impact the body, to the several common myths too many people still believe.

In “Fat Me Not”, to be launched January 2015, Nwe separates individual foods and practices into a simple construct about truly knowing what is and is not healthy.

Through both personal anecdotes from treating patients, and the direct science of food and physiology, Nwe takes a no-nonsense approach accented with some hard truths about what it means to be obese.

“More than half of overweight people in the U.S. think that they are at an acceptable weight,” Dr. Nwe writes.

“Many obese individuals are aware that their weight is above normal, yet they do not believe see it as an unhealthy level. This results in a widespread confusion where obesity is not perceived as the disease it needs to be treated as.”

Perception is behind much of Dr. Nwe’s philosophy, including being able to discern “real foods” and recognizing the many artificial weight loss techniques she says are out there. These can include fad diets, reduced-calorie sweeteners and even overly strenuous work-out routines.

The author is also the creator of The SlimPlate System, a weight loss program developed to specifically guide users to maintaining proper portion control. The plates, bowls and saucers in the kit are specifically sectioned to indicate a healthy daily portion of certain foods, along with guides for implementing a genuinely healthy diet.

Authors have appeared in numerous TV and radio segments promoting healthier lifestyle and more educated decision-making in terms of diet.

More about the new book "Fat-Me-Not, Weight Loss Diet of the Future" is at http://www.fat-me-not.com.

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