Hill’s Science Diet Dry Dog Food, Adult, Perfect Weight for Healthy Weight & Weight Management, Chicken Recipe, 28.5 lb Bag

Putting your grown dog on a calorie restricted diet can be difficult for you and your canine companion. That’s why Hill’s Science Diet Perfect Weight Adult Dog Food provides delicious, breakthrough weight management nutrition that your full grown dog can enjoy. With protein for lean muscle maintenance, and clinically proven results in just 10 weeks, this weight control dog food made with natural ingredients is the perfect addition to your adult dog’s bowl. This healthy weight dog food is formulated with decades of cutting-edge research to be a great-tasting meal your grown dog can truly enjoy. There’s more to love with the new look of Science Diet. Some of our products also have new names, new kibble shapes & new formulas.

Product Features

  • Breakthrough adult dry dog food clinically proven for weight management
  • Over 70% of adult dogs lost weight within 10 weeks when fed this safe & effective weight management dog food
  • Help your grown dog maintain a healthy weight with this dog food
  • This adult dog food supports muscle maintenance
  • Made with natural ingredients
  • Made in the USA with global ingredients you can trust
  • #1 Veterinarian Recommended

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Gut Reactions: The Science of Weight Gain and Loss

How much do you really know about how the human body works and how it reacts to food, exercise, nutrition, and the environment? While most people have read about at least one fad diet, they’re left wondering about the greater biochemistry, psychology, sociology, and physiology of the obesity crisis in the United States.
            Gut Reactions by chemist Simon Quellen Field shows readers how their bodies react to food and the environment and how their brains affect what and how much they eat. It reveals why some diets work for some people but not for others, based on genetics, previous weight history, brain chemistry, environmental cues, and social pressures. It explores how dozens of hormones affect hunger and satiety and interact with the brain and the gut to regulate feeding behavior. And it explains the addictive nature of foods that interact with the same dopamine and opioid receptors in the brain as cocaine, heroin, amphetamines, and nicotine.
            Whether you’re looking to lose weight, put on muscle mass, or simply understand how your metabolism or gut microbiome impact your food cravings, Simon Quellen Field has the scientific answers for you.

 

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