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Obesity: Comfort vs. Discontent

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Obesity: Comfort vs. Discontent
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: 1532762968
ISBN-13: 9781532762963
Number of pages: 120

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Two billion people are overweight or living with obesity. David F Marks, PhD, proposes a powerful new explanation of the obesity epidemic and reveals some brutal truths about the condition. The theory focuses on a universal feature of living beings, homeostasis, and the potential for its disruption.

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