According to a 2013 report, one third of the English population is overweight. In an attempt to combat the rise in obesity, Ian B. Stark writes a helpful study of lifestyle and diet, listing the extraordinary improvements that fast movements make to our whole bodies.
Winning the Weight Battle challenges the general media for their regular misinterpretation of the science regarding sugars. Sugar is explained by Ian to be the necessary element allowing us to take fast exercise, which in turn is the element which improves our hearts and thereby the rest of our bodies. The value of eating sugars (and chocolate!) has been proven by recent extremely surprising studies of large populations.
Ian encourages readers to make small positive changes to the way we think and talk about lifestyle and diet. We should eat to live, not live to eat and we should talk about using calories to improve the body, rather than talking about burning calories as burning calories makes the body replenish the fat stores when it gets food.