The Zero Calorie Diet - How To Eat Right -Or Not At All! Is a book about fasting - about eating, not eating, eating less, and about the commercialization of food - and everything else -- in our bloated culture. Written by a family doctor, The Zero Calorie Diet examines the physiology of fasting and nutrition, so everyone can understand how much food the body really needs, what stimulates hunger, and how not to eat, even in a world where calories are everywhere.
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About the Author
Michael Fine, M.D. (www.michaelfinemd.com) is a family physician, a nationally known health policy expert, and the Managing Director of HealthAccessRI (www.healthaccessri), the first of its kind in the nation network of primary care practices that provide affordable primary care to people without employer provided health insurance, which is about to undertake a nationwide expansion. For the last ten years, Dr. Fine has been the top ranked family physician in Rhode Island Monthly's Best Doctors in RI series. Until December of 2008, when he stepped down to run HealthAccessRI, Dr. Fine was Physician-in-Chief of the Departments of Family and Community Medicine at Rhode Island and the Miriam Hospitals, founder and Physician Operating Officer of Hillside Avenue Family and Community Medicine ( the largest family practice in Rhode Island), and a George Soros/Medicine as a Professional Fellow 2000-2002. Dr Fine's 2007 book The Nature of Health (www.thenatureofhealthbook.com), co-authored with James Peters, is now in its third printing from Radcliffe Publishing (UK). Dr Fine was featured in g a PBS Special (Caring for Your Parents, March and April 2008) and played the part of a neurologist on Brotherhood. Dr. Fine was an invited guest at The White House in 1993, for the unveiling of the Clinton Health Care Reform proposal after having participated in its development; was on the National Health Policy Council for the Obama Campaign and Transition.