An interview with Dr. Paul Offit, a gastroenterologist and physician who has spent decades fighting obesity.
Dr. Offit’s newest book, Fat Chance: How to Make Sure Your Body Is Not a Junk Food Pit, is available for pre-order now at Amazon.com.
In the book, Dr.offits insights into the root causes of the modern obesity epidemic and how to prevent them, he explains why he believes a simple meal or a glass of water will do the trick.
“It’s not about having a healthy diet.
It’s about having enough energy to function,” he said.
“I am not saying it’s a magic bullet, but it does seem to work.
We have to do a better job of taking care of ourselves.”
Dr. Offits books, which have garnered wide acclaim, include the 2012 New York Times bestseller, The Obesity Cure: The Science of Prevention and the 2013 New York Post bestseller The Obesity Revolution.
He is also the author of a 2014 book, The Fat Chance Solution.
In his latest book, he tells his story of trying to quit eating sugar.
He and his wife, Lori, had been a sugar addict for several years.
“Our sugar addiction is really about not feeling good about ourselves, and we’re not getting better,” he explained.
“We’re not making our bodies feel better.
We’re just losing the good feelings.
We just don’t have any control over it.”
He and his family began cutting sugar from their diets after a doctor advised them to do so for a medical condition called metabolic syndrome.
“When we were first diagnosed with it, we went into a detox center,” he recalled.
“Eventually we got through the detox, but we were losing weight. “
It took a few months for us to start feeling better again. “
Eventually we got through the detox, but we were losing weight.
It took a few months for us to start feeling better again.
And that’s when I was starting to see the benefits of dieting again.”
After years of being a sugar user, Dr Offit realized that he was losing weight too.
He was doing it with a new approach, and the first thing he did was switch to a plant-based diet.
“The diet was good for me, it was really good for my health,” he admitted.
“But I was not getting any results.”
For years, Dr offit was trying to lose weight without resorting to dieting, but he had to switch his lifestyle because he could no longer stand to be overweight.
“There were days when I couldn’t walk,” he told Breitbart News.
“So I stopped eating.
I was losing more and more weight, but I didn’t want to die from it.
So I made a decision: I was going to do something about it.
I needed to do this.
I wanted to be healthy, I wanted a long life.”
So Dr Offits wife, Michelle, and their children, who were both diabetic, began making regular visits to the doctor’s office.
They had diabetes and were prescribed insulin.
The family started taking insulin as well.
“They were able to keep on doing it, and they kept on getting better.”
Dr Offit was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2010, and he has since gone on to develop several other metabolic disorders, including Type 2 diabetes.
He now lives in a nursing home with his wife and two children.
His children are healthy.
“This is what my goal was to do.
It was to get off of it,” he lamented.”
We’ve been fighting it for a long time, but the battle just got a lot easier because of the right tools,” he added.
Dr Offitts wife, who also had Type 1, has a different approach.
She’s taking a different path to managing her diabetes, which she called the “gold standard” for diabetes.
She also said that there are other treatments for Type 1 and Type 2.
“These are things that can be done, but what I was trying really hard to do was to make sure my body was not a junk food pit,” she said.
For a lot of people, dieting is a one-size-fits-all approach, she said, which makes it difficult to change their diet.
“People think dieting means you have to change your lifestyle,” she explained.
“‘You need to lose 10 pounds.
You need to eat like a man.’
But I’m a big believer in lifestyle.
I have a low-fat, high-carb diet. “
You can’t be a fat man and eat a high-fat diet.
I have a low-fat, high-carb diet.
You should not eat this way.””
If you can’t get on that diet, I would not recommend you do it.
You should not eat this way.”
Droffit also stressed that it is important to remember that obesity is a chronic disease, not a temporary condition.
“Diabetes is a lifetime disease. It can