This is the first book to explore why so many of today's men are experiencing problems that have traditionally been considered qwomen's issues.q Filled with vignettes from their patients; social and historical perspectives; facts about genetics, masculinity, and nutrition; Holbrook's own personal experience in overcoming anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive exercise; and an overview of treatment approaches, Making Weight is a groundbreaking work that will revolutionize how men think about their bodies. Featured nationwide in publications including People and the New York Times, this boo.An 18-year-old patient weighing 400 pounds was tested for satiety as part of a research program on hunger and fullness. ... to gain weight, but soon changes into a condition characterized by ravenous hunger by the time the child is two or three. ... It is not difficult to visually determine if a man has alove handles, a the rounded apple-shape of abdominal obesity, and the ... the air out of your lungs while underwater, strapped into a cagelike chair, while the appropriate water- displacementanbsp;...
|Author||:||Arnold Andersen, Leigh Cohn, Thomas Holbrook|
|Publisher||:||Gurze Books - 2013-10-18|