Clinical Handbook of Weight Management, Second Edition

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9781853175428: Clinical Handbook of Weight Management, Second Edition

Obesity has not, until very recently, featured very strongly in medical training. There has been a widespread view that becoming overweight is a sign of a weak personality, a combination of gluttony and apparent sloth, accompanied very often by a degree of mendacity. For this reason, medical practitioners are often reluctant to become involved in obesity and weight management.
The second edition of this popular handbook provides an up-to-date background on obesity and an understanding of weight management for health professionals and offers outlines for management plans which can be instituted at a primary care level.

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AFFILIATION: Michael Lean, MA, MD, FRCP, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Human Nutrition, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, University of Glasgow, UK
ADDRESS: Prof. MEJ Lean, MD, FRCP University Department of Human Nutrition Glasgow Royal infirmary Glasgow G3 2ER UK lmh3p@clinmed.gla.ac.uk

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'Due to the significant information gained in obesity studies, this is a very worthy and long awaited second edition.' - Doody Publishing Review

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