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165 – Overcoming the barriers to long-term weight-loss success, Dr Nick Fuller, The University of Sydney and Interval Weight Loss

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165 – Overcoming the barriers to long-term weight-loss success, Dr Nick Fuller, The University of Sydney and Interval Weight Loss

We’ve got the secret for long-term weight loss and it's not just about eating less and exercising more! Dr Nick Fuller is a globally recognised obesity expert and from the…
August 16, 2021

165 – Overcoming the barriers to long-term weight-loss success, Dr Nick Fuller, The University of Sydney and Interval Weight Loss

We’ve got the secret for long-term weight loss and it’s not just about eating less and exercising more!

Dr Nick Fuller is a globally recognised obesity expert and from the Charles Perkins Centre, The University of Sydney/RPA Hospital, where they run Australia’s largest weight management service.

Interval Weight Loss is scientifically preventing weight regain with six key steps. The University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre uses a collaborative approach to the treatment of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. 

In this episode, Pete and Nick take a scientific look at weight loss and weight gain. Also, hear about Pete’s weight loss experience and Nick shares his journey of scaling a one-on-one offering. They also explore what’s to be done at a policy level to address the obesity epidemic.  

This episode covers weight loss, a topic that resonates with many of us. Pete’s guest is an expert in this field and he explains why we aren’t achieving long-term weight loss no matter how many diets and workout challenges we use. Nick shares policy recommendations and explores how to approach weight loss correctly

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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