New Book Finds Amazing, Inspiring Stories of Weight Loss

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‘Fat Me Not: Weight Loss Diet of The Future’ a book by Dr. Myo Nwe takes a personal look at patients’ struggles and victories in weight control, painting a clearer picture of why some fail and why some succeed. Dr. Nwe is a practicing physician at Ace Medical Group in Rock Hill South Carolina.

Fat-Me-Not: Weight Loss Diet Of The Future

The personal stories help give the book a narrative, serving as both cautionary tales and inspiring accounts.

In her extensive new examination into the sciences of weight loss, Dr. Myo Nwe of the Ace Medical Weight Loss Center in South Carolina uses the personal experiences of some of her patients as a framework for the findings.

In ‘Fat Me Not: Weight Loss Diet of The Future’, to be released next week, Dr. Nwe explores the latest scientific discoveries about weight management, including the root chemistry of the human gut, gut bacteria and its impact on the weight of a person.

“The science is so very important to our understanding of weight management strategies,” Dr. Nwe said. “But that gets lost if people can’t relate it to their own personal experiences.”

“These individual case studies reflect the ups and downs of dieting,” she continues, “from the many psychological factors that can deter us, to the very real physical stress that can accompany any weight loss effort.”

According to Dr. Nwe, much of that stress is derived from unsound weight loss programs that typically work against the body’s natural order. As an alternative, Dr. Nwe pinpoints a basic road map of the most successful methods to better weight management.

The personal stories help give the book a narrative, serving as both cautionary tales and inspiring accounts.

“These patients share stories of weight loss balanced against the other realities of their lives,” Nwe explains. “Issues such as a rocky marriage or caring for an aging parent will often play a role in a patient’s perspective and their success. We have to look at the whole, and not just the parts.”

Dr. Nwe describes her experience in writing the book as both eye-opening and life-affirming. She says it has helped her better define her own approach to treating patients.

‘Fat Me Not’ book offers a scientific overview of the fundamentals of weight gain along with a personal exploration of individuals looking to make a change. Nwe says this approach of using case studies to frame the actual science helped her present the data in a very encouraging fashion.

“I didn’t initially think of it as a motivational book,” Nwe said. “But I’m thrilled it can help people find a more solid and sunny path.”

Website for the book is http://www.FatMeNotBook.com

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