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Is your job making you fat? : how to lose the office 15... and more!, by Ken Lloyd, PhD, Stacey Laura Lloyd

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Is your job making you fat? : how to lose the office 15... and more!
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Is your job making you fat?
Title remainder
how to lose the office 15... and more!
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by Ken Lloyd, PhD, Stacey Laura Lloyd
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how to lose the office fifteen... and more!
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eng
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  • "The only thing that should be fat on your job is your paycheck. There is a "huge" worldwide obesity problem. While fads and quick-fix diets abound, they fail to address an important question in weight gain today: is your job making you fat? The answer is "Yes." This bold assertion is based on a great deal of global research that continues to confirm a compelling relationship between working and weight gain. The powerful link between the workplace and the waistline is due to numerous factors, including the sedentary nature of today's jobs, the onslaught of unhealthy foods that are constantly foisted upon employees, higher levels of job stress, longer and more demanding work hours, peer pressure, new and unconventional jobs, and even more. Put it all together and you have the perfect storm for weight gain. Is Your Job Making You Fat? not only identifies and analyzes all of the central sources of weight gain associated with work, but also provides highly effective steps to control this ever-expanding problem and help you lose weight. Authors Ken and Stacey Lloyd offer a new approach where you apply your businesslike mindset and skill-set to weight management. After all, at work, you have a plan that includes objectives, benchmark dates, strategies, priorities, deadlines, and measurable results. This book shows you how to use this same methodology to take charge of your weight"--
  • "Is Your Job Making You Fat? identifies and analyzes all of the central sources of weight gain associated with work and gives you proven tools to control this ever-expanding problem and help you lose weight. There is a huge worldwide obesity problem. While fads and quick-fix diets abound, they don't work. Why? Because they fail to address the key question in weight gain today--is your job making you fat? The answer is, "Yes!" The powerful relationship between the workplace and the waistline is due to numerous factors, including the sedentary nature of today's jobs, the onslaught of unhealthy foods that are constantly foisted upon employees, higher levels of job stress, longer and more demanding work hours, peer pressure, new and unconventional jobs, and more. Put it all together and you have the perfect storm for weight gain. Authors Ken Lloyd and Stacey Laura Lloyd offer a new approach in which you apply your businesslike mind-set and skill set to weight management. After all, at work you have a plan that includes objectives, benchmark dates, strategies, priorities, deadlines, and measurable results. This book shows you how to use this same methodology to take charge of your weight"--
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613.2/5
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index present
LC call number
RM222.2
LC item number
.L55 2016
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non fiction
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Is your job making you fat? : how to lose the office 15... and more!, by Ken Lloyd, PhD, Stacey Laura Lloyd
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 244-273) and index
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Contents
The corporate foodscape -- Don't let the morning eat you for breakfast -- Taking the weight out of your commute -- Becoming round by sitting around -- Let's do lunch -- Prevent the event from getting you -- Shedding the heavy burden of job stress -- Traveling without unraveling -- Conventional strategies for unconventional jobs -- Let's do dinner -- Food for thought and thoughts for food
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xix, 292 pages
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9781634505642
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2015032138
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