I have a significant amount of weight to lose (300 + lbs) and am wondering if anyone has had success with weight loss medications and if so which ones?
So as we all go down this road known as obesity together, to those of you who go to the gym like I do. My question is this. When you get in a rut (we all get there) what do you do to motivate yourself to get out of the rut?
Does anyone have any tips on losing weight when you're broke. I am working on my portion control and the weightloss is very slow. Any handy tips out there?
Thank goodness for the Church Food Pantry. Unfortunately very high sugar and carbs. Occasionally fresh veggies or fruit.
When some people are stressed, upset and worried they stop eating I eat and eat.
I eat when I am bored, I eat when I am tired, I eat when I am frustrated. I am constantly eating for reasons other than hunger. How do I stop? It's like it just slips under my radar and next thing I know, I have polished off a whole pie, or cookies or bag of potato chips.
Ive researched the surgery quite extensively and the diet is extremely minimal. Which i understand. However i love food. The textures. The smell. And of course the taste. Im scared that i would not be able to stick with such a minimal diet for a year. Pluss once the weight is lost how does one not regain the weight once a regular diet is reintroduced? I dont know anyone personaly whoes had this done. Im afraid its the only option i have left.
i have degenerative oa i am in pain all the time i take flexeral lyrica cantt get tramadol because of the opiode problem here i cant exercise all i can do is stay in bed
YouTube has some great stretches that help with this. Also read that tumeric, Larger doses of D3, and vitamin A help with the inflammation caused by OA.