So, you’ve finally decided to lose that extra fat weight that has crept up over the last few years, or longer. Permanent weight loss is not easy and can't be done on a whim. Success requires careful forethought. That’s why I’ve written this eight-part series. Questions beg for answers. For example, . . . Which of the myriad weight-loss programs will I follow? Can I design my own program? Should I use a diet book? Sign up for Nutri-System, Weight Watchers, or Jenny Craig? Should I stop wasting my time dieting and go directly to bariatric surgery? Can I simply cut back on sodas and chips? What should I eat? What should I not eat? Do I need to start exercising? What kind? How much? Do I need to join a gym? What methods are proven to increase my odds of success? How much weight should I lose? Should I use weight-loss pills or supplements? Which ones? What’s the easiest, most effective way to lose weight? Is there a program that doesn’t require willpower? Now, what were those “top 10 super-power foods” that melt away the fat? Am I ready to get serious and stick with it this time? This series will answer many of these questions and get you teed up for success. Teed up like a golfer ready to hit his first shot on hole #1 of an 18-hole course. Take 10 minutes to read the following articles. The time invested will pay dividends for years.
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