Dieting for Decades is a book for people who hate diet books that combines behavioral psychology with a practical business mindset to help you build a “set it and forget it” diet solution made for the real world and all its temptations. This will help you build a system flexible enough to handle anything life throws at you.
Dieting for Decades shares the lessons learned on the fitness journeys of a father and son in very different life stages: Henry, in his 20s, and Mark, in his 50s, and how they found ways to build simple, effective dieting systems that let them spend more time living and less time stressing about dieting.
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Henry Barry is currently an employee in the asset management industry, residing in New York City. After spending most of his childhood in Singapore as the son of an ex-pat and living in seven states in the US, he loves seeing new places and trying new food. Henry is passionate about helping create efficient systems for people to achieve goals in their lives, whether health-related or otherwise. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, rock climbing, weight lifting, and spending time with friends. Henry holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation (CFA Institute ID: 8305170) and is a proud graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, with a major in Economics and a minor in Writing.