PRESS RELEASE: April 6, 2015
Doctor Discovers “Normal Eating” as Cure for Overweight
“It was always there, right in front of us,” claims Edward Marshall, MD, a certified specialist in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Marshall, who has helped thousands control their weight, either as patients, or as readers of “The Marshall Plan for Lifelong Weight Control”, Houghton Mifflin, has recently launched PersonalProblemSolver.com, a website that offers self-help Guides for Overweight and many other personal issues.
“Lifetime slim people never count calories or either choose or avoid foods because of weight concerns,” says Dr. Marshall, “but they never eat as a hobby, for boredom, tiredness, upset, loneliness, or any other reason except physical body-hunger.”
Dr. Marshall explains that, although they enjoy their food, people who never have a weight problem actually have no use for food when not forced to eat due to body-hunger. And, they are very picky. If the first bite of something is not up to expectations, they don’t take a second bite of it.
“These lifetime slim people use food for hunger the way the rest of us use toilets for when we need to go. We don’t sit on a toilet because it’s a comfortable seat, or the wallpaper is nice in the bathroom,” says Dr. Marshall. “We don’t scratch what doesn’t itch. We don’t drink water if we’re not thirsty. We don’t sleep when we’re not tired. Why eat without definite physical hunger?”
“Overweight people, those who struggle with their weight, eat for all sorts of reasons, yet fear high-calorie items, go through diets, binging and starving, and all of it is nonsense and doesn’t work over time anyway,” Dr. Marshall asserts.
What the doctor recommends is what he calls “normal eating”, copying the lifetime slim people’s beliefs about why, and when to eat, and how to choose what to eat, and he is announcing that his Guide for Overweight is now available on DrEdMarshall.com, and the site also can be reached as DrEdSolvesIt.com.