Archives of General Internal Medicine

Case Report - Archives of General Internal Medicine (2018) Volume 2, Issue 1

New Insight and Methadology of Long Lasting Successful Reduction in Overweight and Obesity in USA

With regards to overweight and obesity, either in childhood or adulthood patients, it seems to me that almost all dietary guidelines, recommendations, and techniques are not adequately helpful in the weight loss battle. It is also apparent that all dietitians, weight loss specialists, and doctors are facing a high failure rate in their patients’ weight loss management programs. Therefore, it is no wonder that after ten years of trying to follow these particular guidelines and recommendations, the outcomes proved to be unsuccessful. I believe that a new mindset needs to be tested against the traditional philosophy and methods. After ten years of following the current guidelines and trends of weight loss in my own practice, I witnessed dismal results myself in trying to assist patients in their weight loss goals. As a result, I gave up all my efforts based on the traditional guidelines 20 years ago. Since then, I conducted personal studies about weight control techniques for healthy weight loss and weight gain and also unhealthy weight loss and weight gain. I made my postulations and later tested them against my hypothesis. I was astonished to achieve the substantial results of a 99.9 percent success rate in weight control. This is hard to believe since it occurred against the shared beliefs and theories. In place of that, I am planning to publish the findings of the last 20 years of my private research very soon.

Author(s): Alexander M Swan, Zaw Nyein Aye, Thein Aung, Nancy J Fried, Charisma Lee, Deepthi Gunasekaran

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