All new – non-surgical weight loss tips? Council

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  1. mark says:

    I tell people to stay away from all the diets you mentioned and that stuff should not be on the market because of health side effects. If you want to lose weight here’s a simple solution to yours and every ones’ answer. Go vegetarian once you get read of all the meats your eating and just eat vegetarian you’ll shed pounds. Try it for a few months and see how much better you feel.

  2. DAVID T says:

    You have done the hardest part….admitting that you need to lose weight and that you need help to do it. You fall into the category of “morbid obesity”, and accordingly your weight issue is one that can seriously threaten your health and even your life. As for the insurance coverage part, that is something that you need to discuss carefully with your insurance agent, or the HR department where you work.
    I personally believe that you have it in you to accomplish this goal without drastic surgical or medical intervention. You worked hard and “sweated blood” to excel as a football player. Remember the weight room and the “two-a-days”? Following a sensible diet and exercise program is not nearly that hard… CAN do it.
    First of all, be patient. You did not put on the weight overnight, and it will not come off overnight! Shoot for 2-3 lbs a week, and in one year you will lose everything you need to. To accomplish this, you need to burn more calories than you take in…it is that simple. Most people can achieve this by sitting down and identifying the “top 5″ high calorie foods they are consuming now, and either eliminating them or cutting down on the frequency that they are consumed. Also, if you will really focus on slowing down when you eat, chewing thoroughly, and eating smaller portions for one or two weeks, your stomach will actually adjust to the new portion size and you will feel full after eating much less.
    Next, don’t count on the team sports or golf to get you where you need to go. You need 30 to 60 minutes of moderate, sustained aerobic exercise every day (brisk walking, jogging, biking, or swimming). As you get more fit, you can increase that time if you want to to accelerate results.
    Make a committment to do this for ONE MONTH. I promise you will lose a significant amount of weight, and most of all, you will feel confident in your ability to regain control of your life. Finally, in the famous words of the late, great coach Jimmy Valvano, “Never, ever, ever, ever quit”. You CAN do it.

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