I am thinking of joining a weight loss clinic do does thing works if u really stick to it?

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June 18, 2019 / By Eldwin
Question: ITs a wieight loss center where people monitor you and they say you can lose about 20 pounds a month its pretty pricey but i am willing to doanything to lose some inches. Anyone heard of someone or has tried the clinics or the weight loss centers??
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Casper Casper | 7 days ago
I am 60 yrs. old and have been thru this wt. loss thing lots of times, here is what I have learned, hopefully it will help you, first of all, you HAVE to get your mind around the fact that wt. loss is a LONG TERM commitment, not weeks, but, months, maybe even yrs., it has to involve a permanent life change in eating habits, or the wt. will come back and in two yrs. you will be doing it all over again, When someone tells you that you can lose 20 lbs. a month, walk away, you will be starving yourself if you do that and it will not work long term, if you stay under 2000 calories a day, depending on your wt. now, and are moderately active, you will lose wt., if you lose 1-2 lbs. a wk. you are doing good and will not throw your body into starvation mode, if you lose too much to fast your body goes into starvation mode and your metabolism shuts down to conserve wt. loss and you defeat your purpose. Weight watchers is a good place to go, Atkins is good if you can stick with it and incorporate some healthy greens and high fiber veggies with it. What ever you do, good luck to you.
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Casper Originally Answered: Thinking about joining the Air Force?
Here's my 2 cents worth. 1. Intelligence just refers to information gathering. 2. The AF will probably treat you better than the other branches. 3. Boot camp is not that big a deal and lasts 6 weeks in San Antonio Texas. All AF enlistees go to San Antonio for boot camp. Boot camp consists of the physical exercise that you see in movies, getting yelled at for no apparent reason, and classroom instruction on the uniform code of military justice. 4. Once you get out of boot camp, you are treated more like a decent person. You then attend another school for whatever specialty you managed to get enrolled in. The tech school can be anywhere in the U.S. and can last from a few weeks to a whole year. 5. After tech school, you get your first assignment and this can be in the U.S. or abroad. If you're lucky, you can be sent to Europe for a couple of years. If you get stuck in the U.S., such as Tinker AFB in Oklahoma, then after 2.5 years or so they will ask you to reenlist, maybe offer you a bonus, and offer you an assignment overseas. You will then go to work in your specialty (your MOS but I forgot what it stands for.) Your work area will probably be in some office very much like it would be in any business except people will wear uniforms and you will exist in society defined by rank as displayed on peoples lapels. If someone happens to be an officer, you will salute them as a sign of required respect and courtesy. And you will get paid a salary. The base has its own clubs (officer's or enlisted), theatres, bowling alleys, golf course, dining halls, etc. Today, barracks probably look more like apartments than the open bay rooms I went through. 6. You do get a chance to see other parts of the world that you might not otherwise be able to afford. 7. Since you are female, what will happen to you if you become pregnant? Will you be discharged or allowed to continue? That, I don't know. 8. It's possible that you may be better off leaving your small town and getting some exposure to the rest of the world. If you can't do it by going away to college, then the AF might be a better choice. 9. The question you have to ask yourself is, "If I don't do anything, what will my life be like in 10 years in this small town?" "Is this what I want to do?" "What has become of others who have made the move versus stay choices?" 10. There is no 10. I just thought I'd round it off. Good luck.

Allric Allric
Keep a food journal along with email it every night to a family member. The accountability will keep a person honest.
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Teresa Teresa
Include at very least 10 to 15 grams of protein, which suppresses ghrelin, any hormone that stimulates your desire for food. Include eggs, which are which can control hunger.
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Ros Ros
Take time once a week to plan out and go shopping for meals and snacks so you will be prepared whenever hunger strikes.
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Monna Monna
Keep a food journal as well as email it every night to a family member. The accountability will keep anyone honest.
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Lisa Lisa
Keep a food journal and also email it every night to a friend. The accountability will keep a person honest.
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Lisa Originally Answered: how do i manage to STICK to a weight loss diet i can never ever stick to one and i wanna lose weight?
if you knew everyone at work/ school would talk about your weight every day they see you, would you be more likely to lose or gain? pressure is how celebs do it is there any way to lose 3 kilos in 15 days? 1200kcals and exercise every day. but you are not going to stick to it so instead follow a slow weight loss, healthy lifestyle if you don't have the willpower to rule foods out try putting foods in and BE ACTICE its important to know that humans thrive on a diet high in -wholegrain cereals, wholemeal breads, brown rice, wholegrain pasta and jacket potatoes. -every type of beans, -fruits (watermelon, pear, chopped pineapple, kiwi, strawberries, figs, peach, grapes, apricots, mango, cherries, orange segments, avocado) -vegetables (peppers, mushrooms, celery, carrots, rhubarb, tomatoes, broccoli, lettuce, sweetcorn, spinach, peas, cauliflower, leeks, sweet potatoes, parsnips, asparagus, squash, cucumber, eggplants, brussel sprouts) -with a small amount of nuts, fish, meat, dairy and animal products. and everything else (cake, crisps, mayo, butter, chips, fast food, pastries, fizzy drinks) is actually causing damage and weight gain exercise for 1+ hours four times a week. join classes with friends/ siblings. jogging, cycling to work/school/town, swimming, surfing, dancing, aerobics, a martial art, ice-skating, roller-blading, tennis, basketball, go gym, yoga, orienteering, trampolining or garden work example healthy menu -for breakfast always start with fruit like watermelon, pear, chopped pineapple, kiwi with wholegrain cereal and low-fat milk or brown toast with topping like beans, egg, peanut butter and banana -lunch can be a wholemeal sandwich, bagel, roll, wrap with lettuce, tomato, cucumber and either tuna, chopped avocado, hummus, ham or cheese(no butter or mayo) or a pasta and vegetable dish and a tub of fruit (strawberries, figs, peach, grapes, apricots) -dinner should be 1/4 protein(beans, egg, meat, fish) 1/3 carb (potato, brown rice/pasta) and the rest vegetables(salad, boiled, roasted). eg. pepper and meatballs in tomato sauce on spaghetti, roast beef dinner -supper can be carton veg soup, bruchetta, crackers, veg sticks dipped in peanut butter or salsa or a yogurt and a piece of fruit eg. mango, cherries, orange segments drink lots of water- with every meal, carry a bottle and try get 1.5l daily snack on herbal tea eg. apple, ginger, chamomile eat fruit smoothies, popcorn, pancakes with stewed apple and Cinnamon(no sugar), oven chips and bean chili for treats when changing your diet put thought into buying food to make eating healthy easier- if its in the house your tempted to eat it use 1 teaspoon oil when you fry don't drink calories- soda, milk, fruit juice, tea and coffee

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