Philly's Fit-Step Walking Diet is a unique weight-loss and fitness book. It was originally developed for Dr. Stutman's Philadelphia patients who were tired of fad diets and strenuous exercises. He developed an easy-to-follow, low-fat, high-fiber, moderate protein diet, combined with an aerobic walking plan and strength-training exercises. This combination produces a double-blast of calorie burning for added weight-loss, cardiovascular fitness, and body shaping. This plan also helps to prevent heart attacks, strokes, and hypertension. You will slim down, shape up, and look younger on The Philly Fit-Step Walking Diet, and you'll even be able to eat a Philly cheesesteak in the process. You can even lose up to 15 pounds and 3 inches in only 21 days.
Fred A. Stutman, M.D., has done extensive research in the fields of exercise physiology, diet, and exercise with the U.S. Naval Air Forces and in his private medical practice. He is the author of twelve books and numerous medical articles on diet, nutrition, and exercise, including The Doctor's Walking Book, for which he became known as
He has appeared on national radio and TV, including the Today show and Good Morning America. He currently practices medicine as part of the Temple University Health System in Philadelphia.