The Bite-Sized Guide to Getting Right-Sized: Weight-Loss Strategies That Work from an MD Who Lost 80 Pounds…and Kept It Off

In his early 40s, Dr. Derrick Spell was a successful oncologist–and 80 pounds overweight. He was saving lives every day, and yet, he was facing his own preventable health crisis. He knew he had to make a change.

As he began his weight-loss journey, he found that the majority of popular books and articles on diet and exercise were often incomplete and even conflicting at times! He realized that if he–a physician–was having a hard time understanding and utilizing the information out there, it was no wonder why most people failed with long-term weight loss!

Dr. Spell set out to find better information, scouring scientific publications and medical databases for evidence-based insights on how to lose weight for good. He discovered a key ingredient missing from conventional health and fitness strategies: psychology. When he combined his new knowledge on willpower, vital behaviors, and other mental tools with diet and exercise, the pounds came off quite naturally.

In The Bite-Sized Guide to Getting Right-Sized, Dr. Spell shares the secrets to his success, deploying them in “bite-size” chunks for an easy-to-digest health and wellness plan that delivers. With the expertise of a top-notch physician, the compassion of someone who’s been there, and the mental steps necessary for real, permanent results, The Bite-Sized Guide to Getting Right-Sized is the last weight-loss book you’ll ever need.

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous

    Perfectly practical and reasonable guide to effective weight loss and healthy living I am a physician, and I have struggled w/ my weight my entire life. I have tried hundreds of times and methods to slim down over the years w/ little success, but through my attempts, as well as my medical education/experience, I have learned a bit about what works and what does not. This book perfectly sums up all these details, along with many I had not known or considered, along with great explanations, analogies, and effective tips to bring it all together in a very useful way. I have…

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