The OPTIFAST weight loss program promotes weight loss by replacing your existing diet with low-calorie, nutrient dense meal replacement products. But it is not just the products that inspire weight loss. To follow the OPTIFAST program you have to adjust your behavior, and that means adopting new habits that will encourage a healthier eating style.
If you’re just getting started with medical weight loss in New Jersey, you’ve likely given a lot of thought to your individual weight loss goals. Perhaps these are milestones you’ve dreamed of reaching for years before beginning medical weight loss, or maybe they’re the landmarks you discussed with Dr. Chhabra during your initial consultation—regardless, keeping your goals within easy reach is one of the best ways to stay motivated and enthusiastic about your continuing progress.
Coming to terms with your weight is a struggle for all of us, but at least most of us have the benefit of not having our weight loss struggle broadcasted on the evening news. This can’t be said for our Governor Chris Christie. All politics aside, Christie’s very public battle with weight loss makes him a relatable figure for many people, especially those participating in a weight loss program. The New Jersey Governor has had the unfortunate experience of being the butt of many political satirists’ jokes—Jimmy Kimmel even poked fun at Christie’s weight this past April at the White House Correspondent’s dinner as cameras zoomed in on Christie’s face to capture his reaction.
Binge eating due to stress can always derail your diet plan, while lack of confidence or a negative outlook may prevent you from following through with a weight loss plan or keep you from beginning one at all. To help keep up with your weight loss in New Jersey, here are some tips on avoiding the mental anguish and self-deprecation that can help keep you on track with your weight loss goals.
The ideas behind the original Cinderella story aren’t necessarily helpful. Cinderella doesn’t solve any of her own problems, instead she gets rescued and depends first on her fairy godmother and then on the prince. A better Cinderella story would show Cinderella solving her own problems and standing up for herself, rather than relying on other […]