Working With Weight


Gain insights into the psychological aspects of obesity


How Can We Overcome This Weighty Challenge?

Obesity is more than just a matter of weight; it’s a complex health issue with far-reaching consequences. “Working with Weight: Overcoming Obesity” offers a comprehensive approach to understanding and managing this epidemic. Spanning 178 pages, this book is a culmination of Dr. Taylor’s extensive experience in treating weight-related issues. Drawing from a rich pool of medical research and clinical insights, the book presents strategies that are not only effective but also sustainable in the long term. It emphasizes a holistic approach, blending nutritional guidance, lifestyle changes, and psychological support. Why continue the struggle alone when there is a pathway laid out for you? “Working with Weight” is more than a book; it’s your ally in achieving a healthier, more balanced life. Embrace a new perspective on weight management and embark on a journey to a healthier you.


This book addresses in a comprehensive and understandable manner for the lay public the causes of weight gain and its treatment. Americans spend forty million dollars per year on weight-reducing products and techniques, but few understand the fundamental nature of the problem or the relative strategies that are available to achieve optimal health and weight.
The issues underlying energy intake and expenditure are described, and the efficacy of the most widely used diets are compared and contrasted. The psychological and physical issues relating to weight control are described, and socioeconomic factors are evaluated.
Information is also provided about the pros and cons of surgical procedures and the most effective outcomes. The technological revolution of the past fifty years has led to Americans leading a more sedentary lifestyle, which has resulted in a new pattern of diseases that are now, for the first time, threatening to reduce life expectation.

"Working with Weight: Overcoming Obesity" unveils the complex relationship between lifestyle choices and obesity, illustrating how factors beyond just diet and exercise contribute to this widespread health challenge

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