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Fight fat after forty: the revolutionary three-pronged approach that will break your stress-fat cycle and make you healthy, fit, and trim for life. Nutritional expert Peeke, who has just completed three years at the National Institutes of Health studying the relationship between stress and fat, here reveals what she found.

In Fight Fat After Forty renowned clinician and scientist Dr Pamela Peeke explains her revolutionary plan for fighting stress-eating and shedding 'toxic weight' forever. Reveals that stress makes you fat!

In Fight Fat After Forty renowned clinician and scientist Dr Pamela Peeke explains her revolutionary plan for fighting stress-eating and shedding 'toxic weight' forever. Reveals that stress makes you fat! Offers a revolutionary three-pronged approach of stress-resilient nutrition, stress-resilient physical activity and stress-resilient 'regrouping' (keeping motivated) Helps you identify your stress profile and eating pattern and offers a healthy eating programme to suit your body.

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It's a fact: stress makes you fat. Renowned clinician and scientist Dr. Pamela Peeke goes beyond diet and exercise with.

Peeke explains the association between stress and fat gain, and describes the stress/eating cycle ("the itch you . and prior to reading Fit To Live and Fight Fat After 40, I was fat and unhappy

Peeke explains the association between stress and fat gain, and describes the stress/eating cycle ("the itch you can't scratch"). Then she teaches tools for "regrouping": formulating and following a contingency plan of nutrition, exercise, and self-care and prior to reading Fit To Live and Fight Fat After 40, I was fat and unhappy. I'm now down 30 lbs, and on my way to finishing the last 30. I live overseas in Colombia and the "new me" has allowed me to enjoy my time overseas more now than ever.

About Fight Fat After Forty. It’s a fact: stress makes you fat. Pamela Peeke goes beyond diet and exercise with a lifestyle program that shows women how to stop being diet POWs ( Prisoners Of Weight ) or victims of Toxic Stress and how to evolve into physically and mentally stress-resilient individuals. Dr. Peeke’s program is a must for women who want to break the stress-fat cycle that has thickened their after-forty waistlines.

Fight Fat After Forty: The Revolutionary Three-Pronged Approach That Will Break Your Stress-Fat Cycle and Make . Heck, I've purchased and read every diet book out there. Peeke's book and approach to eating works and it works effortlessly without crazy diets

Fight Fat After Forty: The Revolutionary Three-Pronged Approach That Will Break Your Stress-Fat Cycle and Make You Healthy, Fit, and Trim for Life. Peeke's book and approach to eating works and it works effortlessly without crazy diets. I've lost over 20 lbs in 2 months without dieting. I merely changed my eating schedule to get most of my calories in before 5pm, no starches after 5pm and no food after 8pm. I even cheat at night a bit by having a piece of fruit or an ice cream bar occasionally. The big surprise - I'm not hungry at night - no cravings.

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At last we know that stress really is a killer. After age forty, years of accumulated stress, poor coping skills and a slowing metabolism leave many women dramatically overweight and physically unfit. This toxic weight puts a woman in jeopardy for serious health risks--diabetes, hypertension, heart disease. By incorporating nutrition management into her medical practice, Pamela Peeke developed a program that helps women break this cycle and shed the dangerous pounds.Fight Fat After Forty presents Dr. Peeke's program based on "Three Sacred Templates." Adding physical activity into daily routines leads to weight loss, better body mass and a more attractive shape. Learning what and when to eat puts a woman in charge of her diet and reduces stress-induced cravings. Developing a stress-resilient attitude eliminates poor self-care and the resulting worry-weight-and-waist syndrome that leads to extra pounds. This practical and proven guide is especially timely in light of new studies warning Americans about their ever-increasing weight.

Comments: (7)

Kecq
The good: I especially enjoyed the chapters on stress hormones. It was interesting to learn about their cycles and biorhythms, and by and large, the patterns she described rang true to me, especially the part about the "CortiZone." I also liked that, while she used caloric intake to monitor the diet, she also broke that down into ounces of protein, carbs and fat. I appreciated that she differentiated between simple and complex carbs. I already understood that, but I think there is a tendency to throw ALL carbs under the bus, which is a mistake. I think her advice about the times of day to eat was spot on.

The mediocre: When all is said and done, this book gives a different narrative spin to the same dieting advice that has been doled out for years: eat less, exercise more. Not that it's necessarily untrue, but there is very little new information in this book. What does separate it from the others is the narrative of the stressed out caregiver who never cares for herself. The book does talk about reducing the stress, but the way to reduce it is to eat less and exercise more. A little circular.

The not so great: I did not care for the reliance on non-fat dairy. Many of us are lactose intolerant. I do understand that the sample diets are just that, a sample, but it would have been nice to see different diets reflected in the samples: vegan, vegetarian, etc. I was also surprised that while added sugar and the role of insulin in appetite was addressed, the author also suggests energy bars, weight loss shakes and non-fat yogurts as quick foods that can help you. Just one of those things would exceed the added sugar allowance for many of us and increase insulin which would increase appetite. Some of the information seemed outdated, and I wonder if the author still stands behind some of the assertions. For example, the author suggests a number of supplements for the over 40 woman to take, but specifically says that vitamin D is not necessary if you eat dairy and get 15 minutes of sun/day. This advice is out of step with the current recommendations. There also seemed to be a lot of repetition - padding to make the information book length.

I'd love to see a more updated version that reflects changing demographics. The book was written in 2000, which means it was aimed at women born in 1960 or earlier. Women are now having babies later in life, and that must affect things. The author talks about how women over 40 are losing muscle mass because they are no longer getting the incidental exercise of hauling toddlers around. I am a 45 year old nursing mother who spends much of my day running after and lifting young children. I am not the majority, but I am far from alone in this.

Overall: B. It kept me reading, provided some inspiration and reminded me of some things I already knew, which is important.
Shadowredeemer
I have found myself perplexed the past couple of years in regard to my inability to lose my "menopot" that seemed to have crept on my torso in my early 50's. I am very careful about what and how much I eat, but this text helped my identify that problems in my strategies that no longer worked since menopause. The section on how to change my eating habits and supplements to take, in addition to a discussion of what I needed to do in regard to exercise, gave me a game plan that I could begin implementing immediately. It has only been a month but already I can see my menopot getting smaller:) Now my husband is reading it:)
Ballagar
This book was recommended to me by a physician colleague also an over 40 female. It presents the research and data to help understand what's going on with us ladies that we gain weight. I like facts and data. I want to see the research and here it is. So one doesn't need to give up. It's not strong on a specific diet plan and exercise program. Get some other book for that! If you want to understand what is going on and be able to explain it to some other frustrated lady who feels like she can't loose weight this is a great book.
Querlaca
I have had such success after reading this book and Fit To Live that I have to share the note that I sent to Dr. Peeke so that she too would know the impact that her books have had on my life: "Dear Dr. Peeke, I just wanted to send you a message to let you know how you have literally changed my life. I am a 49 yr old woman, happily married, 4 kids..and prior to reading Fit To Live and Fight Fat After 40, I was fat and unhappy. I'm now down 30 lbs, and on my way to finishing the last 30. I live overseas in Colombia and the "new me" has allowed me to enjoy my time overseas more now than ever. Numerous women have told me how great I look, and how did I do it? I tell them to read your books. I changed how I eat, the way I eat and the way that I look at food and exercise in general. It's not a "diet" anymore, but my new way of life, and I LOVE it! A couple of Colombian women the other day were telling me (at the movies no less!) that I need to enjoy my life now because when I'm older there's so many things to worry about, including getting fat. I told them also to read your books! They took out pen and paper and wrote your name and the titles of your books down. I finally feel at peace with my struggles because I understand my triggers, my moods, and how to control myself. I'm ok now with saying "No thank you". My energy level has increased 10x and I can now finish a tennis lesson feeling proud of my efforts. My body dollars have also come in handy because the elevator went out a week ago in our building and so I've been climbing the stairs 6-8x a day (5 flights). That will now be my new route since I can do it without feeling as though i'm going to pass out! So, please know that you have done a great service to so many like myself and I know that you have literally helped my add years to my life. I am running in the Bogota 10K in July and maybe next year it will be the 1/2 marathon. You are an inspiration. Thank you. I will send you another message when I reach my goal because I'm sure I will really be on cloud 9!"
Fight Fat After Forty download epub
Diets & Weight Loss
Author: Pamela Peeke
ISBN: 156511373X
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Diets & Weight Loss
Language: English
Publisher: Highbridge Audio; Abridged,Abridged edition (April 24, 2000)