Lose Weight Permanently

lose weight permanently

    lose weight
  • reduce: take off weight

  • Weight loss, in the context of medicine, health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body mass, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue.

  • There is evidence that both men and women who gain weight in adulthood increase their risk of diabetes.

  • for a long time without essential change; "he is permanently disabled"

  • (permanent) continuing or enduring without marked change in status or condition or place; "permanent secretary to the president"; "permanent address"; "literature of permanent value"

  • (permanence) the property of being able to exist for an indefinite duration

  • In a way that lasts or continues without interruption; continually

  • In a way that lasts or remains unchanged indefinitely; for all time

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The Charleston Program The New Diet Plan for People Who Want To Lose Weight...Permanently

The Charleston Program The New Diet Plan for People Who Want To Lose Weight...Permanently

This is a no-nonsense no-hunger weight-loss plan that really works. It is an exciting plan developed by an expert doctor who has more than 30 years of clinical practice and who is one of America's most respected clinical weight-loss experts. Co-author Shirley Linde is a well respected medical journalist. The program is proven and is safe. In fact, many of the principles have been taught by Dr. Johnson to other diet doctors at the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. The program was developed by Dr. Johnson after years of research and from his clinical practice as director of the Bariatric Medicine Center in Charleston. The diet was designed for not only weight loss, but for other health benefits such as reduction in serum cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood pressure. Now the plan is the basis of an excitingly successful total weight-loss/motivation program that Dr. Johnson has placed with more than 800 physicians who are using it to work with an estimated 70,000 patients. It was he who designed the behavior modification portion of the extremely successful Medifast Program. This program includes not only an effective food and exercise plan, but also unique personal assertive techniques that Dr. Johnson has developed for patients that show them how to be in control and how to cope with the situations that often cause the dieter to fail. There are powerful self-help techniques, much more powerful in overcoming overeating than "willpower". In fact, the program will give you information for keeping weight off for life.

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Hamba Gahle Blommie (Go Well Blommie)

Hamba Gahle Blommie (Go Well Blommie)

Another child is gone. She died three weeks ago, but no one thought to tell me. Another chest infection left inadequately treated.

The last few months of her life have been sad. It used to be that I could kiss her ever so gently on the cheek and her face would light up with a smile.

But not since the operations, and the weeks and weeks in hospital, where she lost so much weight that she was returned to us a mere bag of bones. She has been in constant pain, her legs permanently strapped into splints, just so that she didn't deform. Well I hope the doctors are happy now, now that her legs lie so nice and straight in her coffin.

She was a mere teenager, and so beautiful. I remember a couple of months ago, she was lying in bed, screaming her lungs out from the pain. The staff were shouting at her, telling her to be quiet, not even getting out of their seats. So I went over, sat by her side and stroked her cheek. She calmed down instantly, she was just so desperate for human contact and some distraction from the pain.

Her real name was Angelique. I talked to B about it today, and found myself coming out with that cliche that we provide children with, so as to avoid discussion of the horror. 'She's joined the other angels in heaven now love'. B nodded, for she tells me that she dreams of angels, and can imagine Blommie there with them I'm sure.

The last time I saw her, they had isolated her from the other children, and she just sat there, in a corner, coughing her lungs up. She seemed imminently treatable to me. But then, who would give a damn enough to bother?

She is the third child on that ward to die of respiratory problems in the last two years. It is a sad indictment on us all that these children are left to rot, then die alone, in the solitary coldness of an institutional bed. How can we say we are 'developed' or 'developing' when children like this lie dying in our suburbs, unseen?

Day 65 - My Reward And My Reminder

Day 65 - My Reward And My Reminder

Last night I was discussing my tattoo with a friend. I had been thinking about making it my 365 Project photo for a while, so today seemed to be a good day to finally do it.

As I have previously mentioned, I am a Weight Watchers Lifetime Member. I lost 38 pounds between September 2008 and April 2009 with Weight Watchers Online. I didn't necessarily think that I'd make it all the way to goal weight, but after a few months the possibility of getting there suddenly seemed achievable. Every day I would stare at the Weight Watchers logo while logging my food and exercise totals on Weight Watchers Online, and at some point I wrapped my head around the concept that I would get a tattoo of the logo if I ever made it to goal weight. The day my scale hit goal was the day I went to the local tattoo parlor (a really lovely place - the owner sponsors local Little League teams and is a wonderful person) and had the logo put onto my wrist.

I call this my reward and my reminder. It's my reward for losing the weight, and a reminder not to pull a Kirstie Alley (i.e., not put all of the weight back on after going through the work of losing it). The tattoo is serving its purpose - it would be embarrassing to regain the weight with the Weight Watchers logo permanently etched onto my wrist, so staring at the logo gives me incentive to make better choices and not let all of my hard work go to waste.

I'm not advocating tattoos for everyone - it's a permanent decision, and it's not the right choice for a lot of people. But for me, this tattoo has a lot of meaning and a lot of benefit attached to it. My hard work is not going to go to waste, or to waist - I got myself into shape, and I'm going to stay that way!

lose weight permanently

lose weight permanently



Part One (Many series coming soon)
By Prince Gabriel (an American Soldier)
Copyright © 2010 Prince Gabriel
(Prince Gabriel B Atsepoyi)
Hon. Veteran, US Army, LL.B. Law, BA History, Univ. of Colorado, MBA, JD Candidate, etc.


Part One (Many series coming soon)
By Prince Gabriel (an American Soldier)
Copyright © 2010 Prince Gabriel
(Prince Gabriel B Atsepoyi)
Hon. Veteran, US Army, LL.B. Law, BA History, Univ. of Colorado, MBA, JD Candidate, etc.

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