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The Perricone Weight-Loss Diet

Nicholas Perricone

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Prose: non-fiction, Fitness & diet

From the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Dr Nicholas Perricone comes a groundbreaking new discovery: the same foods and exercises that reduce wrinkles and fight aging also cause significant weight loss!

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From the N0 1 New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Perricone, M.D., comes a groundbreaking new discovery: the same foods and exercises that reduce wrinkles and fight aging also cause significant weight loss!

By unlocking the secret link between inflammation and unwanted weight gain, Dr. Perricone breaks new ground with an anti-inflammatory plan focusing on the foods, supplements, and exercises with proven ability to accelerate fat loss by increasing metabolism and building and maintaining muscle mass. This will be the first book that will clearly demonstrate how this sub-clinical, microscopic, invisible inflammation is responsible for a great number of metabolic problems, resulting in accelerated aging, serious health threats, unwanted weight gain and obesity.

Consider this staggering fact: as we age, we can expect a gain of 10 pounds of fat and a loss of 5 pounds of muscle each decade. In three easy steps, Dr. Perricone shows how to fight this weight gain and rebuild muscle mass, yet also avoid the haggard, drawn appearance that results from other weight-loss programs.

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Praise for The Perricone Weight-Loss Diet

  • I am a big fan of Perricone - Jemma Kidd

  • Want to lose 10 years in 28 days? Then get ready for the knife- and fork - EVE

  • Dr. Perricone has discovered how to reduce your weight and fight wrinkles at the same time, making this book the ideal one-stop shop for killing two beauty birds with one stone - GLAMOUR

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Nicholas Perricone

Nicholas Perricone, M.D. is founder of the successful skincare line NV Perricone Cosmeceuticals. He currently holds the position of adjunct professor of dermatology at Michigan State University. The author can be found online at www.nvperriconemd.com

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