Reducing Weight Comfortably: The Dietetic Treatment of Obesity
by Gustav Gaertner
Publisher: J. B. Lippincott company 1914
Number of pages: 330
Let me say in advance that I am undertaking neither a historic presentation of the subject nor a criticism of other methods of treatment. I propose to limit myself to a description of the methods by which I have succeeded in reducing the weight of people living under the most different conditions -- men, women, and children, sick and well -- by the amount deemed advisable: in some cases only two or three kilogrammes, in others as much as forty kilogrammes.
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