And I want to end by quoting three of his "takeaways:
Quantify, quantify, quantify. The more you pay attention to your body's measurements, the greater the chance you'll adopt a healthy lifestyle. The mere act of weighing yourself every day makes it more likely you'll lose pounds. Those wearing a pedometer walk an average of a mile a day more than those who don't. Keep a food diary and you'll eat less.
Treat yourself like a lab rat. Arrange your cage — or your home — to maximize healthy choices. Eat off small plates. Put healthy options at eye level in the fridge and cabinets.
You'd thinking working while walking on the treadmill would be distracting. Quite the opposite. Walking raises the level of serotonin, which helps with focusing. I walked more than 1,000 miles while writing this book.