Walk to lose weight.
To lose weight is not difficult. What is difficult is to maintain the weight loss you have achieved! Medical Scientists believe that only 5 out of 100 people (5%) will successfully maintain their weight loss over a 3 to 5 year period. But note that you can successfully lose weight! There are many different methods to successfully lose weight. This site will be dedicated to providing information on losing weight and keeping the weight off. We will discuss the many weight loss programs. We will keep a journal of the weight loss we achieve and how we did it.
I am a retired physician. I have found that health issues such weight loss, diabetes, and alcoholism, respond best to a team effort and constant communication and learning. The most important component is to never give up.
My plan is to to lose weight with exercise, normalize caloric meals (600 to 800 calories), walking with a partner, weighing myself once weekly, and joining a local group of over-eaters anonymous. It is my wish that viewers of this site also communicate with me about their efforts to lose weight,and their questions about weight and their comments and suggestions to make this a successful journey.
My name is James. I am six feet tall. I weight 312 pounds. My goal weight is 220 pounds.
Dr. Atkins' books will be reviewed. Dr. Phil's books on weight loss will be reviewed. The South Beach diet will be reviewed. We will discuss the Jenny Craig Diet program. We will discuss the beneficial aspects of weight loss on diabetes, hypertension and high blood pressure, arthritis, fitness, and self esteem.
Always consult with your personal physician about your diet,dieting, and exercise. None of the information provided in any of these hub articles are to replace the advice of your physician.
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