book | fat is nice
"Every second person is at war with their body fat - this book is an offer of reconciliation"
Most people think of their own fat as a wobbly mass that's wrapped around their body and should be gone. From the bottom, the thighs, the stomach or the chin. And when we read about fat, it gets classified and stigmatized as "bad fat" or "good fat" without our ever making a connection to this vital organ. Fat is the most versatile and ultimately the largest endocrine organ that we have. Anna-Theresa Lipp explains why we should love our fat and what we can do if our fat metabolism is disturbed.
This isn't a diet book or nutrition guide, it's much more!
As a young girl, Anna-Theresa Lipp stands out visually from her slender family. She is often asked why exercise and diets don't work for her. Anna-Theresa has no answer. At the age of 18 she enrolled to study medicine. She wants to find out the secret of a healthy body. A multi-year confrontation with fat, the most versatile and largest endocrine organ, begins. Today the young doctor knows: we have to love our fat, because without fat we can't do it. Only those who have a healthy fat metabolism are healthy.
_ 224 pages
_ Publisher: FISCHER Krüger
_ ISBN: 3810530751