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A Year of Losing Weight – or Maybe Eight Years by Low Carb Confidential !. Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Dec 2011 6:55am Last Thanksgiving, after a year where I had ballooned up to about 238 pounds rather quickly, I recommitted to low carb yet again. Today, one year later, I am down to 205. That works out to 33 pounds in 1 year, or 0.63 pounds a week, an absolutely horrible number – if you’re in a rush about things. But for me, its different. I’ve ... Read on »
Ten Years of Weights, Including Two Years on the Shangri-La Diet by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 13 Mar 2012 12:00am Here’s a new graph I’ve made of Alex Chernavsky’s data. In 2001, he started weighing himself and recording his weight with the hope that it would help him lose weight. His data shows several interesting things: 1. Long walks really helped. The walks lasted 1.5-2 hours. They weren’t sustainable but the weight loss they caused lasted ... Read on »
2 Years on Jenny Craig Maintenance, 1 Year in the National Weight Control Registry by Dr. Laura F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:24pm It’s August again, which means that I have reached my 2 year mark on Jenny Craig maintenance. That means that I reached my goal weight 2 years ago, after losing 77 pounds in about 10 months. Over the past 2 years, I’ve stayed within 3 lbs of that goal weight. My Weight Loss on Jenny Craig--November 06 to August 07 and Maintenance Ever Since ... Read on »
New Year’s Goals for a Healthy Weight by denise b. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:42pm 1 Comment How did you do maintaining your weight over the holidays? It is not easy. If you maintained, you did a really good job! Even if you gained one or two pounds, you can easily work to get back to your weight before the holidays. Now that you have survived the holiday season, it is now time to think about what you can do to be a healthier you ... Read on »
Overweight 7-Year-Olds Face Higher Risk of Asthma by HealthFinder Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Slimming down before that age can help prevent onset of the disease, study suggests. By Jenifer Goodwin HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Weight Loss Tips for Women in the New Year: Weight Loss Psychology—Use It To Lose It by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 03 Jan 2011 5:00am It’s the New Year, and when you make your resolution to lose weight, will it be something you can actually do? Or will it simply be wishful thinking? Trying to lose weight is no fun at all. It’s just too hard. Why not have an easier time. Remember, there is a psychological side to dieting and weight loss, and it’s the side that has the mos ... Read on »
86% Overweight and Obese by the year 2030 by Jayson H. Registered Dietician Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:40pm   That’s right.    By the year 2030 86% of Americans could be overweight or obese by the year 2030.   Currently Americans are at almost 67% so in 21 years the overweight epidemic will rise another 20%.    That is very sad and inexcusable.   Do you realize that health care spending could ring in at $957 billion d ... Read on »
Pregnant Mom’s Weight Affects Daughter’s Weight For Years by Linda Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 12:00am Here is a very interesting finding that affects all of us. A professor at the University of North Carolina has completed a study looking at the effect of a pregnant woman’s weight on her daughter’s weight as she grows up. More than 24,000 mother-daughter pairs were studied and it was determined that the heavier a mother was before her pregnanc ... Read on »
Being Overweight Could Cost You More Than $8000 a Year by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Sep 2010 2:56pm Consider the statistics: 72 million adults are considered obese (defined by the BMI being over 30) 84.8 million adults have no leisure-time physical activity total obesity-related health care costs are estimated at $147 billion Those are some frustrating numbers. Given those ridiculous health ca ... Read on »
Overweight Alabama Workers: One Year to Get Fit--or Else! by Fiona G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 2:03am The second fattest state in the nation has taken a bold new step in combating obesity: Alabama employees now have one year to start losing weight and getting fit, or they’ll pay $25 a month for health insurance that is otherwise free. This program—apparently the first in the nation to penalize workers who don’t slim down, as opposed to re ... Read on »