SELFPRO WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM is "the very last weight loss program you will ever need." It provides scientific knowledge, based on research and peer-reviewed studies, about the importance of eating healthy foods. Rather than give you bits and pieces of disconnected information, SELFPRO WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM aims to give you an overview of how what you eat is intimately connected with how your body ages, deteriorates, and gains weight, and how oxidation, a natural process in your body, leads to chronic diseases. This book also shows how you have the power to reduce this process of oxidation. Through using a variety of healing antioxidant enzymes found in specific combinations of families of foods, you can prevent the onslaught of devastating diseases. Through SELFPRO WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM, you will learn about the nature of insulin, the connection between weight, obesity, diabetes, and blood sugar; the connection between weight loss and the consumption of vegetables and fruits; and about the connection between cleansing, healing, and weight loss. You will know the reason that vegetables are potentially anti-carcinogenic. This book gives you a detailed menu that Presner, the author, has used to lose weight, reduce pain, and improve her health. Much research has also been provided to support the importance of losing weight through a healthy diet of vegetables and fruits, and not through gimmicks and fads that pass with time. But all vegetables and fruits are not created equal, and so this book provides a list of these natural foods that have been found to capture "nature's secret to cleansing, healing & weight loss." With over 50 references, SELFPRO WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM attempts to bring together all in one place, and in logical order, much useful information that would motivate you to lose weight. As Presner writes in the opening chapter of SELFPRO WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM, "The objective of this book is to lay out the SELFPRO weight loss program, a program designed to stem the rising tide of overweight and obesity that is sweeping today's society. More specifically, this book aims to empower us, by putting responsibility for our health and control of the quality of our lives back into our hands ... and taking it out of the hands of food companies that now tell us what to eat, how much to eat, and what is good for us. What we eat is the single most important determinant of our health. Let us not leave this to chance." Instead, let us heed the advice: "Let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food."