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"Fat Planet's authors are distinguished researchers who are masters at describing the latest scientific insights in a simple and engaging way. A must read." -- Professor Pierre Chandon, Director, Sorbonne INSEAD Behavioural Lab "Fat Planet is a spot-on analysis of the causes of the obesity epidemic, full of fascinating and surprising research evidence demonstrating that most of us can neither recognize nor resist the forces that lead us to eat too much. A recommended read for anyone who wants to make our food environment safer for all." -- Deborah A. Cohen, Senior Natural Scientist, RAND Corporation "A provocative and eye-opening examination of the world's obesity crisis. A must read for those wishing to understand the true causes of obesity and what we can do about it." -- Hank Cardello, Senior Fellow & Director, Obesity Solutions Initiative, Hudson Institute
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David Lewis (Author) Dr David Lewis is a neuropsychologist, director of research at Mindlab International, and the author of more than two dozen bestselling books. He is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, a Fellow of the International Stress Management Association, and founder of Action on Phobias and Stresswatch; a non-profit charity advising companies on stress management. He has also been the on-screen consultant to Channel 4's acclaimed Secret Eaters diet programme.Margaret Leitch (Author) Dr Margaret Leitch is a research scientist with PhD, MSc, and Honours BA degrees in the field of Experimental Psychology, Research Methods and Statistics, and Honours Psychology. She has conducted research into the psychological and neuroscientific underpinnings of obesity, including three years of longitudinal patient monitoring. She is a specialist in identifying the predictive signs that express a vulnerability for developing overeating habits. She is co-author of the best-selling book Lose It Right.