The Worst Way to Start a Diet… and the Right One
Obviously, some days are harder than others. There are days when I want to give up and eat a pizza. But I look back at pictures of where I was and how I used to feel about myself and it gets me through. The only reason I look back is to show myself how far I have come. I’m no longer depressed, sad or negative.
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Barriers to Weight Loss
One More Very Important Thing – Unrealistic Expectations This is something I’ve written quite a lot about, but Dr. Dent really hammered it home. The truth is that the average physician who specialize in weight loss have a very different measure of “success” than the average patient. He even went so far as to http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 say that the concept of a “normal BMI” is “the curse of our existence”. He said that current guidelines recommend modest weight loss (in the range of 5-20% of body weight), which gives most of the metabolic benefits of weight loss and is attainable for more people.
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Your clothing size (stretchy pants don’t count). 3. The time it takes to run/walk a mile. 4.
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