Obesity affects almost every American’s life in one way or another. Over 200,000 people in this country will have weight loss surgery this year alone. Many will lose sixty, eighty, one hundred (or more) pounds. Sadly, many will regain some, much or all of that weight over time. Are you one of those people or is someone you love regaining the weight they lost after having weight loss surgery? What should you do?
This CD is an audio version of the book "Eat It Up! The Complete Guide to a Full Life After Weight Loss Surgery" (Transformation Media Books, 2009) (174 Pages, $15.95) narrated by Augusta author Dr. Connie Stapleton, a licensed psychologist who wrote this book to provide the keys to preventing weight regain following weight loss surgery. In her direct, humorous way, Dr. Stapleton provides real-life examples and shares tools to help readers learn to live healthy, balanced lives after weight loss surgery, thereby preventing weight regain. She reminds people that losing weight is not the goal; keeping the weight off is the goal of having weight loss surgery. Eat It Up! teaches you how to do that.
Dr. Stapleton is an expert in the field of weight loss. She conducts pre-surgical evaluations for patients considering weight loss surgery and works with patients to address underlying psychological issues related to their weight loss before and after surgery.
She has presented at ObesityHelp conferences throughout the country, speaking on panels with Dr. Garth Davis from TV’s reality show, Big Medicine. She has written the feature article for several editions of OH Magazine and has been a featured expert in New Physician Magazine and Pregnancy Magazine.
John C. Friel, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, New York Times best-selling author says, “Eat It Up! is a must-have book for surgical weight loss patients. Dr. Stapleton goes beyond the “how to” of maintaining weight loss following surgery to providing skills, wisdom and the support necessary to create a fully healthy and balanced life.”