For Immediate Release
"Is That Fried Chicken Wing Worth It?"
Not a Diet, a Mindset
Compelling New Book Addresses Weight from Unique Approach
Sharon Allison-Ottey, MD (aka Dr. Sharon)
Makes dieting understandable and actionable
Washington, DC –February 15, 2010- Are the TWO (2) fried chicken wings that you inhale "worth" the exercise required to burn them off? Many can’t answer that question. So, think about the following: If you weigh 170 pounds you would need to:
Ride a stationary bike for 31 minutes
Walk on Treadmill for 24 minutes
Do Aerobics for 39 minutes
Do Sit Ups for 145 minutes
Have SEX for 145 minutes
What about a Burger King lunch, dinner at Cheesecake Factory, or a frozen strawberry daiquiri?
In the book, "Is That Fried Chicken Wing Worth It?" Easy to understand, practical, often times humorous information and advice to help you lose and keep the weight off is provided by author/speaker, Sharon Allison-Ottey, MD. "Is That Fried Chicken Wing Worth It?" Tour with the author, Dr. Sharon Allison-Ottey, The book is a realistic approach to health, weight loss and balancing the "scale" of what you eat versus what you burn off with physical activity. The book is brings in the basics of nutrition, exercise and reviews of popular as well as quaky diets. This goldmine of information also gives the reader tips that they can incorporate into their daily lives in an effort to manage weight and their health. Humor, great information and practical advice are the perfect ingredients into this masterful book which has readers (tests and screenings for men and women, how to talk to your doctor, Tips for your Doctor’s Visit and more). Dr. Sharon Allison-Ottey includes a section entitled: "What Your Doctor Wants You to Know but May Not Tell You".
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The book is a realistic approach to health, weight loss and balancing the "scale" of what you eat versus what you burn off with physical activity. The book is brings in the basics of nutrition, exercise and reviews of popular as well as quack diets.
Carlden Media, Marketing and Publishing announces the
raving and losing weight.
This is not a diet book with a "cookie cutter" approach for the reader. Dr. Sharon stresses that the principles in the book can be used no matter what your eating plan. The basic truth is that there is a scale which has to be balanced every day. This scale weighs what you put in your mouth against what your body "burns". The key is that you have to burn more calories than you take in, whether it’s Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, South Beach Diet, prescription medications, physician supervised intervention or even surgical intervention.
The book also includes great health information for you to copy and take to their physician