Conquering Fat Logic
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Conquering Fat Logic : how to overcome what we tell ourselves about diets, weight, and metabolism

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Why do diets fail? Is it because of genetic disposition? A sluggish metabolism? An underactive thyroid?



A behavioural psychologist reveals the truth about dieting, including how she lost over 100lb in one year.



After years of failed diets Dr Nadja Hermann weighed over 23 stone at the age of 30. All her life, she had heard and read about hundreds of reasons why diets wouldn't work for her. But when her weight started to seriously affect her health, she took a hard look at the science and realised that most of what she believed about dieting was a myth. What was more, those very myths were preventing her from losing weight.



Forget clean eating, paleo, or fasting - it was conquering these elements of `Fat Logic' that finally led to Hermann achieving a healthy weight. One and a half years later, she weighed 10 stone, and has maintained that weight to this day. Now, using humour, the insight she's acquired, and a dose of science, Hermann debunks widespread lies about weight loss, and shows how it is possible to attain a healthy weight.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 432 pages
  • 135 x 210 x 30mm | 457g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1911617362
  • 9781911617365
  • 3,905

About Nadja Hermann

Nadja Hermann is a behavioural psychologist with a background in nutritional science. She meticulously documented her own weight loss, researched countless scientific studies, drew cartoons to illustrate what she learned, and initially self-published an e-book in which she debunked all the old lies about losing weight. She also launched her blog fettlogik.wordpress.com, which has attracted many hundreds of followers. She lives with her husband in southern Germany.

David Shaw works as a journalist for Germany's international broadcaster, Deutsche Welle, as well as translating from several languages, including German, Dutch, Russian, and French. He lives in Berlin.
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