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lawman (@lawman)

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Healthy Living | Last Active: Dec 13, 2021 | Replies (4)

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@johnbishop

Hi @lawman, I know it can seem overwhelming at times and it's perfectly normal to feel the way you do about having tried everything to lose weight. I tried for many years to lose weight and many different diet plans and spent a few years in Weight Watchers until I finally realized that it was really up to me and I had to make a decision on the kind of lifestyle that is healthy for me and stick with it. Intermittent fasting and control the time window during the day that I allow myself to eat really helped me. It made it easier to cutout the night time snacking and a few other bad eating habits I had. Making sure I had some exercise daily also was part of the changes I made. Here are a few discussions you might find helpful to get you started

— Low-carb healthy fat living. Intermittent fasting. What’s your why?: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/low-carb-healthy-fat-living-intermittent-fasting-whats-your-why/
— Let’s Go Walking! Join me for a virtual walking support group:
https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/lets-go-walking-join-me-for-a-virtual-walking-support-group/
Do you like to walk or do any other form of exercise?

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Thanks for the concern and advice. I think the night time snacks and love for sweets chocolate are my biggest hurtle.

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