220 Pounds Lighter: Retired Navy Employee Says Weight Loss is Up to You

Philip Hamrick shares key to weight loss and weight management in new book

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Not only did I learn to eat right, but I also learned how to keep the weight off after I’d lost it.

(PRWEB) May 16, 2013

According to the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Americans spend more than $40 billion dollars a year on dieting and diet-related products.

Previously 450 pounds at age 57, retired United States Navy employee Philip Hamrick is living proof that this is not money well-spent.

Through personal research, development and implementation of a smart weight loss plan, Hamrick was able to lose 220 pounds and keep it off. He shares how in his new guide, “The Easiest Weight Management and Smart Eating Program for Weight Loss.”

Without any expensive diet fads, diet pills, surgery, special food or extra monthly cost, Hamrick’s new easy-to-use guide teaches readers the healthy habits necessary to weight loss and weight management.

“After doing some research I put together this easy 5 step program, it’s the only one that worked for me,” Hamrick says. “Not only did I learn to eat right but I also learned how to keep the weight off after I’d lost it.”

“The Easiest Weight Management and Smart Eating Program for Weight Loss” by Philip Hamrick
Paperback, $13.95
e-Book, $3.99
ISBN: 9781481709644
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstore.authorhouse.com

About the author

Philip Hamrick worked in the Department of Defense in the United States Navy as an Information Management Specialist for 34 years of service. Hamrick’s weight hit its highest point at age 57 when he weighed more than 425 pounds, he proceeded to lose 220 pounds and has kept it off since. He currently resides in Bryans Road, Md.


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