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The complete university medical diet








The complete university medical diet

Guidelines, derived from the "Health, Weight, and Stress Program" developed over the past 15 years at Johns Hopkins University are presented to assist the public in losing excess weight. Topics include: overweight categories; sex differences in weight gain; biological bases for overweight; ideal body weight; psychological influences on body weight; food preferences and food facts; caloric needs; and the medical diet program with a week of sample menus. Detailed advice is provided for maintaining the diet and conquering compulsive eating, and for appropriate exercises for weight reduction. A demographic profile questionnaire is included. (wz)


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