James K. Rone, MD, FACP, FACE

What About My Weight? An Endocrinologist's Unorthodox, Irreverent, Politically Incorrect, Practical Guide to Losing Weight and Combating Obesity

An “anti-program,” starting from the premise that weight control is complex, and the causes of and solutions for obesity are diverse. WHAT ABOUT MY WEIGHT? tours the mechanisms of energy balance and the varied factors, touching all aspects of society, that impact the success or failure of weight control. It provides tools for figuring out what changes will work best. Chock-full of practical advice, from not comparing yourself to others, to weighing daily, to ignoring hype, to throwing away hackneyed assumptions. And while not solely responsible for the obesity epidemic, sweet beverages—whether diet or high-fructose corn syrup sweetened—are a particular target of WHAT ABOUT MY WEIGHT?

Fiction: Mystery
PI Sherry Russell vs. the reigning "Miss Nazi" in 1968 Huntsville, during the run-up to the Apollo moon landings
Dr. Rone's 1st Southern Noir novel
Hate crimes in 1967 Alabama; unflinching follow up to 'No Nice Girls'
Nonfiction: Health & Medicine
"A really good read for those that have been told they don't have a thyroid problem."

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