To Prevent Putting On Weight, the small Things Do Matter


Reverse Dieting Without Weight Gain

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How to prevent your stomach from stretching after weight loss surgery

Video taken from the channel: Dr. Matthew Weiner


The Pandemic and Weight Gain: Why dietary habits matter so much

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Dr. Jeffry Gerber ‘When Weight Loss Stalls’

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Carbs and insulin DO matter for weight loss

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Too much weight gain during pregnancy: side effects & tips for avoiding | Nourish with Melanie #68

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Avoid elevators and escalators, walk to lunch or between floors in your building, do chores more enthusiastically at home and park further away in the parking lot. Just standing up more can make a difference. These things add minuscule amounts of time to.

To Avoid Weight Gain, Little Things Do Matter Published October 20, 2015 | By DoDASHDiet Awareness and careful attention when you are doing less physical activity, and how this will affect the calories you need each day, is really important. To avoid weight gain, experts recommend adding 2,000 steps a day to your routine, doing strength training two to three times a week, and shaving 100 calories from your diet each day. Avoiding weight gain is not as simple as cutting calories or exercising.

It is a matter of establishing a healthier lifestyle overall. There are no quick fixes to avoiding weight gain long-term, but with lifestyle changes you can maintain a healthy weight. Method 1. If you notice your weight creeping up, consider intermittent fasting (aka time-restricted eating). For instance, you can limit your eating to 8 hours during the day, such as between 10 a.m. and 6.

Also, if you’re getting wrapped up in the little things (yes, I would call weight gain a little thing) try to remember to take things one day at a time. Think of something positive that happened today. Do something that helps you de-stress, whether that’s doing some online yoga or having a glass of wine. (Find out 10 little things connected couples do.) “The findings suggest marital distress may be an important risk factor for weight gain,” says study author Lisa Jaremka, PhD, an assistant.

To avoid overdoing it, “hold yourself to no more than five to seven drinks a week,” says Brooke Alpert, R.D.N., the founder of the nutrition practice B Nutritious in New York City. And choose lower-calorie drinks like wine, light beer, and vodka with club soda. If you do decide to adopt a vegan diet, be sure to keep the ‘treats’ to a minimum and plan balanced meals (we love ‘Domestic Vegan’ Diva Jessica Olson’s tips for “going veg”). “Aim to get about 10 to 20 percent of your calories from protein (or about 1 gram per kilogram of body weight), replacing animal protein with healthy plant proteins, like those found in beans, legumes, eggs, nuts. No matter the caloric content, foods and beverages all weigh something.

Drinking an 8-ounce glass of water will add weight to your body because it has.

List of related literature:

Avoid excess maternal weight gain, which could result in unnecessary postpartum weight retention Evidence demonstrates a positive relationship between maternal weight gain and infant birthweight.

“Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book” by Steven G. Gabbe, Jennifer R. Niebyl, Henry L Galan, Eric R. M. Jauniaux, Mark B Landon, Joe Leigh Simpson, Deborah A Driscoll
from Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book
by Steven G. Gabbe, Jennifer R. Niebyl, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

A systematic review of outcomes of maternal weight gain according to the Institute of Medicine recommendations: Birthweight, fetal growth, and postpartum weight retention.

“Handbook of Life Course Health Development” by Neal Halfon, Christopher B. Forrest, Richard M. Lerner, Elaine M. Faustman
from Handbook of Life Course Health Development
by Neal Halfon, Christopher B. Forrest, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2017

Although restraint over food intake is reduced during pregnancy, increases in food intake appear too small to account for the magnitude of weight gain (Clapp 1989.

“Exercise Endocrinology” by Katarina T. Borer
from Exercise Endocrinology
by Katarina T. Borer
Human Kinetics, 2003

However, as prepregnancy weight increases, the importance of maternal weight gain diminishes.”

“Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility” by Leon Speroff, Marc A. Fritz
from Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility
by Leon Speroff, Marc A. Fritz
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005

Furthermore, weight gain in pregnancy is due not only to increased caloric intake and fat deposition but also to fluid retention.

“Preterm Birth: Causes, Consequences, and Prevention” by Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Committee on Understanding Premature Birth and Assuring Healthy Outcomes, Adrienne Stith Butler, Richard E. Behrman
from Preterm Birth: Causes, Consequences, and Prevention
by Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2007

Most people with AN restrict their intake in some form: They believe that eating smaller portions, skipping meals, or avoiding foods that could make them gain weight or are unhealthy will prevent weight gain despite evidence indicating they are highly unlikely to gain weight.

“Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and Empirical Foundations” by W. Edward Craighead, David J. Miklowitz, Linda W. Craighead
from Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and Empirical Foundations
by W. Edward Craighead, David J. Miklowitz, Linda W. Craighead
Wiley, 2013

When asked a series of behavioral questions about changes in food intake during pregnancy consuming “a lot less food” was related to weight gain below IOM guidelines whereas maintaining usual diet was associated with an appropriate gestational weight gain.

“Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals” by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
from Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals
by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
Springer International Publishing, 2016

The weight that you gain (assuming it’s gained on the right types of food) is there for a very important purpose: to nourish your baby and ensure optimum growth in the womb.There will be plenty of time after pregnancy to shed any leftover pounds.

“What to Expect: Eating Well When You're Expecting” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
from What to Expect: Eating Well When You’re Expecting
by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
Simon & Schuster UK, 2010

[11] There is agreement, however, that weight gain should be based on prepregnancy BMI (kg/m2) to promote healthy outcomes, avoid postpartum weight retention, and reduce risk of chronic diseases in childhood and beyond [11, 13, 23].

“Handbook of Nutrition and Pregnancy” by Carol J. Lammi-Keefe, E.A. Reese, Sarah C. Couch, Elliot Philipson
from Handbook of Nutrition and Pregnancy
by Carol J. Lammi-Keefe, E.A. Reese, et. al.
Humana Press, 2008

Although increased maternal weight during pregnancy is associated with improved outcomes, maternal weight retention and its long-term health effects are also a concern.

“Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book” by Mark B Landon, Henry L Galan, Eric R. M. Jauniaux, Deborah A Driscoll, Vincenzo Berghella, William A Grobman, Sarah J Kilpatrick, Alison G Cahill
from Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book
by Mark B Landon, Henry L Galan, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

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  • This type of surgery is a massive help…but it doesn’t mean you can eat whatever u want..that isn’t possible. You gotta keep away from junk food. It’s all in the mind. We need to change the way we eat. I’ve had surgery myself..and ive lost 110pounds and still need to lost another 50 pounds. I had my surgery 3 years ago. We only get one chance with this surgery. We can’t afford to stuff it up..

  • I wouldn’t mind to try a real ketogenic lifestyle for a while, a month for example. I can stick on less than 50gr of net carbs for a few days but then it’s so easy to go over…. a little bowl of whole rice or a little milk in my coffee or a kiwi in my whole plain yogurt and…. it goes something like 70/80 gr… always low carb and not too bad but certainly not enough to feel the ketogenic benefits…

  • He never explains why the KETO dieters gain weight. Are they still KETO? I would think the u shape curves need input from the subjects. I also think that pushing past some personal weight threshold is possible under KETO but your body needs some protective lower bound mechanism.

  • I’m 20 week 5days pregnant and has gained 5 kg so far.��
    My belly is way more bigger than what 20 weeks would look like. I’m worried about my weight. ��
    I add up 2 kg every month I go for monthly check up. ��

  • I started off at 19% body fat, muscular and eating right. But now that I’m pregnant I’m struggling to eat the foods I normally would. Nausea has been a big struggle. Like even seeing a skinless chicken breast makes me nauseous. I still eat lots of fruits and veggies but eating a lot lean protein from animals is hard for me.

  • I’m not sure if I’ll get a response, but I just have a question… so I’m still dieting and plan to until I reach my goal, as I’ve been seeing I’m only eating around 700-1000 calories a day. So if I were to start reverse dieting after I reach my goal, the best way to do this without gaining weight is to add 20-30 calories per week??

  • I’ve just watched a bunch of your videos related to reverse dieting and they have been so valuable! In an attempt to lose fat and create a huge deficit, I cut my calorie intake significantly to approximately 1200 calories a day, which has allowed for significant weight loss (only been doing this for a few weeks). However, I understand that this is not sustainable and that this weight loss will not be consistent, and the weight I am losing probably isn’t the fat that I intended to lose in the first place. Going forward, I will gradually increase my calorie intake to a reasonable amount whilst also increasing the cardio/resistance training that I do to create the deficit that I require. So grateful I found these videos so early in my weight-loss journey, thank you!

  • What constitutes a metabolic reset diet? I had gastric bypass in 2004, exercise vigorously each day, eat 75% vegtables,20% grain and the rest protein but still have had 30# weight gain.

  • I’m eating healthy, and walking a lot, but my body seems to gain too mugh weight than normal I’m in my 24week and I already have gained 10 kilos. I’m struggling so much because I don’t see myself much fatter I just have my belly, my legs and arms are pretty much the same witch is pretty weird. Anyone have any tips?

  • As a Carnivore, I’m glad I don’t have this issue. Hi �� to all zero and low carbers. No such thing as an essential dietary carb. Dogmatic? No! Passionate advocate? Yes! ��

  • What if you are craving bread? I was on keto and lost 16 pounds so far but I got pregnant. I don’t want to have complications in my pregnancy because I am still in the high weight of 204 lb. I was hoping to be a lot lighter but I am extremely happy to be pregnant cause I had lost three early chemical pregnancies before and I have been trying for 2.5 years for this baby. I just want to keep my weight where it is as much as possible and have no issues such as gestational diabetes or preeclampsia. I am not craving bread yet although I had a sandwich of bred mayo and Tomatoes in between. That is something I craved and it was my first bread since April this year. What to do if I want to make that sandwich again?

  • Hi Colin, been reverse dieting and not gained any weight, brought cals up very slowly from 1600 to 2100 and want to keep going.
    Now I’m having surgery in a few days and won’t be able to exercise for over a month, I usually lift weights 3 times per week and walk an hour every day.
    Should I lower my cals with not being able to exercise or stay put?
    Thank you.

  • How can you eat only what benefits the baby when your cravings are all over the place and when you don’t have time to cook your own cookies?! Unreal for some women! I never craved sweet before getting pregnant and now I can’t start my day without a donut or an apple turnover with my coffee. It pisses me off! )) I’m already like 5 pounds heavier than I’m supposed to be following the link you shared. I’m not getting big anywhere except my belly tho so we’ll see in a couple of months.

  • I am getting so tired of hearing that fasting or eating less often increases energy expenditure. I had to stop the video there and write this.

    This is either the worst case of cherry picking, not reading the whole study, or just plain incompetence.

    The increase in energy expenditure is temporary, short lived and transient.

    Long term this does not happen. Long term metabolism slows just like caloric restriction. Every time.

    Dr. Fungus uses a study on alternate day fasting for 22 days to show it doesn’t lower metabolism.

    Except it absolutely shows that their metabolism dropped over the 22 days. Why doesn’t he see this?

    He looks at the day to day only. On the day the BMR drops during the fast but returns when feeding. But does it return all the way? No. It has an ever so slight drop. Looking at the day it is insignificant. Look at the whole 22 days and there is a drop of 82 calories in 22 days. That is significant.

    He compared this to the biggest loser study where they lost an average of 610 calories on their BMR and he so brilliantly says “They lost 610 calories while the fasting people lost very little. Amazing!”

    Well isn’t that a little short sighted. Yes compared to 610 calories 82 is not bad but look at the time frame.

    Biggest loser timeframe of loss of metabolic rate 210 days of contest plus 6 years of caloric restriction.

    Study time frame 22 days.

    What is worse? I say losing 82 calories in 22 days is far worse.

    Look at it on a daily level:

    Biggest loser (210 days) 2.9 calories per day lost

    Fasting study (22 days) 3.72 calories per day

    Look at that. Fasting 11 days out of 22 days had a much worse effect than calorie restricting.

    Looking at the short term is short sighted and causes this type of shit info to propagate.

    Read the whole study. Look at the big picture. Do the math. It helps.

  • At around the 4:45 mark you say “hunger can harpoon any good diet”. I would argue that if one is getting hungry then it isn’t a good diet. Sure, a little hungry, a little discomfort, but not really hungry/starving. It is possible to eat enough, not be hungry, and be insulin sensitive(not carry body fat). And of course we know the answer, no sugar, low carb, high fat, high veggie, fasting. Its not a diet, it is a way of eating, and it works.

  • I lost 220 lbs in 9 months after surgery. I went to India in March 2018. Paranoid about getting sick. So hardly ate. Survived on almonds, slim jims, Protien bars and water. Eating 800 cals a day. I come home, lost 15 pounds in 3 weeks in India.. Since then I have gained 20 lbs and I am struggling to get my eating back into control. It’s as if I am stuck in the feast cycle after a period of self inflicted famine. Is this a normal response to extreme caloric restrictions?

  • Thanks for sharing! I wish more doctors talked about stuff like this. I have PCOS and started my pregnancy at 195, ended up losing 13 lbs because I got sick in the first trimester. Im now 30wks and haven’t gained weight yet, but I am conscious of what I eat. I follow a low GI diet and it’s been so helpful. I don’t have a lot of the symptoms I did with my first pregnancy and that’s a huge plus in my book!

  • Dr. Weiner I love your videos and I follow you to the T! I have learned a lot about eating healthy and I am planning to buy your book real soon. Having said that, I had the gastric bypass on November 13, 2019, it is going to be 4 months ago on March 13; and I have lost 43 pounds so far from my original weight of 229 pounds when I had the surgery. I intent to go down to 140 pounds which is my goal. I am 68 years old and I am feeling GREAT!!! I eat vegetables, fruits, my proteins, etc. all FRESH not canned. I walk everyday in a fast way so I can burn calories. Since my surgery, I don’t need to take the medications I used to take before, thank God to this surgery which which was a life saving for me. My question to you would be this: because of my age, would I be able to lose more weight to reach my goal??? Thank you very much! I appreciate your help in answering my question! As I said, never I had felt this great �� It is an awesome feeling. Happy in NJ.

  • Love that you acknowledge yoga as a stress reducer, so many benefits from yoga! Thank you for this video, even 5 years later, good info!

  • I missed you! �� one of the last videos of yours I watched was back in ‘18 I want to say before I gave birth to my daughter Elina. I’m now almost 6 months pregnant again with our son! Love your content and a believer of the Paleo approach ����

  • Context matters as well. Are the subjects Metabolically ill or IR when starting the study? Also, do insulin levels track directly with metabolic rate.

  • Dr I’m ashamed to say I weighed 325 before gastric bypass and only loss 85lbs. Now I have gained back over 40lbs. I’ve been to ashamed to go back to Dr who did surgery last appt I could or felt I could see and feel the disappointment and that was before I put weight back on but I was losing so slow. What can I do? I’m walking everyday plan on joining YWCA tomorrow. Never had any problems eating after surgery. My friend had same surgery and is too small. I feel like a failure EVERYTIME I’m around her. I plan on going to nutionist and therapist cause I finally am able to ask for help. I have sleep apnea HTN back pain hip and knee pain. I don’t want to die so I’ve gotten serious even though my mind is telling me its too late. I wish I had this motivation 5 yrs ago.what can I do.

  • My best friend is in a very bad place. She is eating a about 800 calories and I’m trying to get her to do this because she can’t lose more weight (she’s kind of on keto right now) ( and her metabolism is clearly damaged because of all of the disordered eating she goes through), and she’s afraid to go over 1000 calories. And terrified completely to gain weight. So if she adds about 50 calories per week from protein you say she is not gaining weight? I really want her to understand it doesn’t matter if she gains some but she would be destroyed if she did, somebody please help me

  • It’s amazing that doctors still recommend low fat, high carb diets for weight loss, it’s hard to believe! Low-carb diets have long proved themselves superior.

  • So, if I understand well, after a period of LCHF diet where you can eat Unlimited, you should continue with LCHF but introducing less fat and calories.
    As I answered to another YouTube user, My speculation, indeed, is that weight regain, is due to poor food quality despite being on keto, wrong omega ratio, seed oil usage etc… So, once again, keto alone means nothing, margarine and chicken breast not equal to butter and t-bone steak

  • Hey girl! Thanks so much for this video! That chart is amazing!! I always fear that I may be gaining too much weight but my mind’s at ease now �� love the tips! Xoxo,

  • I have type 2 diabetes and an insulin dependent…can you give some tips on how to navigate lo carb with intermittent fasting. I adjust short acting based on sliding scale with long acting adjusted accordingly. (If 6 units of short then 12 long acting). Still having crashes and high in the morning.

  • im figuring life out for myself.. keto for months now, stable energy no dips, its just that my social groups won’t understand and are out there eating junk, I get called a ‘health freak’ if I mention anything. but I just love videos like yours and finding evidence, but I still try and look at it from different sides where others believe a high carb diet is the way to go, just to see where ideas have originated while connecting the dots and identifying myths and misinformation.

  • So if I fast for 30 days, then eat only 800 calories for the next 60 days I will be at this point without going bald, or heading toward early dementia as side effects of this surgery?

  • Thank you for answering all my questions. Prevention, prevention, prevention and being realistic all bases covered. Think in long-term, make healthy choices and, don’t beat yourself up! Rather live life. Thank you, valueable much-needed information, and keeping it real. I had the removal of lap band 2yrs ago a positive outcome, I converted to Vegetarian, going 4yrs. Totally agree, in food and physical choices, Quality over Quantity.P.S My surgery coming, next week 9th of October! Cheers from Australia

  • hi! i’ve been eating around 1100-1200 calories for about 2-3 months(estimate since i don’t count), i lost weight fairly normal (was 120 in may 24th, i am 106 now august 5th) i have still been losing weight so my metabolism hasn’t been ruined and i don’t want it to so i’m gonna start reverse dieting, also to add, i am a teenager and due to eating too many little calories caused me some health problems which i am now taking care off! but i want to better my health and still maintain my weight! could adding 50 calories per week be considered a good amount? ( i am starting at 1200):)

  • This doctor’s failure to reveal all the facts is disingenuous, dishonest and dangerous for multiple reasons. Reason 1 He fails to distinguish the kinds of carbs. All carbs are not equal and different carbs have a different impact on metabolism. 2 He fails to address hyperinsulinemia which is a dysfunction of the pancreas 3 He omits any mention of seed oils which cause a Derangement of sugar metabolism resulting in Diabesity

  • I went ketogenic 3months later went from 231lb to 180 lbs 31% fat to 18% fat that’s the only study I care about! Also REVERSED MY TYPE 2 diabetes!

  • I’m just now seeing this video, and I have a slightly different question regarding stomach capacity following gastric sleeve surgery.  I understand your chart regarding projected eating capacity in time increments following surgery, however, if a person is intentionally trying to increase the capacity of their sleeve, is it possible to achieve pre-surgery capacity?

  • I started keto 2 weeks before shoulder surgery(cuff, labrum and bicep tendon-June 17, 2019). I lost 50 pounds during 18 weeks of total recovery with 9 of those weeks of living on a recliner. I did nothing in the form of physical activity. Started at 265 pounds and now a nice 185 and maintaining. Was pre diabetic along with high bp but that’s now a thing of the past and those just scratch the surface. Put it in the bank, book it and etch it in stone, that’s my personal study of how keto works. Thanks Doc.

  • Ugh! I have been following a low carb diet for 12 weeks and have only lost 16 pounds. Also, my blood sugar is still high EVERY morning, ranging from 150 to 190 eventhough I eat less than 20 grams of carbs each day. I also walk for 15 to 20 minutes twice a day. I cannot manage more walking bad back and knees, both from injuries. What do I need to change? I take metformin 500 mg 2 times daily and if I take glimepiride in the a.m., by 4 p.m. my blood sugar is crashing. My PCP is also at a loss. Suggestions, anyone?

  • I am seven years post gastric sleeve. I lost 77 pounds and got down to 156 pounds. I am now 171 pounds but have found this very interesting. It has renewed my interest in healthier eating. Thank you.

  • I have lost 10 pounds during covid because I am able to focus on me while sheltering in place. I am a massage therapist and usually spend my days helping other people.

  • Nicely explained, I have been saying this for Years. It’s not just hormones or calories.
    It’s both!:) my keto program has a 95% success rate because of it:)

    I lost 90 lbs and have maintained it now for 3 years and counting:)

  • on low carb i loose my weight over night be logging this with night and morning weigh ins for 4 months i have been following LCHF dropping from 86kg to 74 kg over this time I am 72 and feeling great

  • Great information! I gained 5 lbs during the first 3 months. I blame it to the fact of Teaching online. Being in front of the computer all day…. All night…. While sitting. The normal patterns of walking around the classroom and the school was gone! Thats, when I realized I need a standing desk or even better a standing desk in front of a treadmill, like dear Dr. Gregor!

  • Well look at the chemical food we have to eat.! Pestazides sprays on our food. Hormones and antibiotics in our meat
    Hybrid apples and hybrid veggies and fruit. The food is junk enen the food that is not junk food. Only choose is low carb and fasting to change your body inslulin resistant
    Font agree with this guy complely

  • nice lecture but sadly it does not resolve the initial problem that you showed at the beginning. my weight loss curve looks exactly like that. i lost 25kg in the first year of keto. the second year the weight stagnated and now in the last 7 month the weight kreeped up 1kg per month.
    i am still on keto but my metabolism is down. the only way out that i see now is getting some levithyroxine from a doctor to speed up my metabolism with thyroid medication. and maybe also supplement with some good 5-htp.

  • I started reverse dieting and eating 1580 after eating 1200 or undereating with inconsistent and I was still hungry. I just increased my calories by 50 calories on my 2nd week and I noticed a 1-2 lb weight gain….

  • I loved this! I am on my fourth pregnancy, 16 weeks now. Eating healthy, and treats in moderation, so so important! I think its great to encourage women to keep up healthy eating habits as they are able. I once heard someone say that during pregnancy is when we should be eating our very best.:) good luck everyone!

  • Double-labelled water is a longstanding, well validated way of estimating energy expenditure in ‘free’ test populations (ie not shut up in a metabolic lab). Just shows that even otherwise sensible scientists will throw smoke screens if their own conclusions are challenged.

  • Hi I’ve been eating less than 800 cals everyday along with cardio and at the first two months I lost around 30 lbs and now on my third month my weight completely stopped decreasing so I’m trying reverse dieting. I’m on my second day and I’m sad because I gained a pound. Should I eat 1800 cals everyday or should I slowly up my calories? I don’t really know what to do cause my metabolism’s damaged

  • Im 7 weeks
    3 pregnancy.
    In my others pregnancy i didn’t care about food and my body and i gained 39 pounds and with the second I was continued fat cause I was got pregnant in the year so with the second i gained 27 pounds.

    And now just gained 4 pounds with 7 weeks but when I had my first appointment last Friday I have 4 more because I was finished to have breakfast, they put me in the scale with clothes and shoes not fair right lol. But I control my weight at home in my scale.
    I remember in my 2 pregnancy in the weeks 7 the belly and my body was big,but now I still skinny.
    I do exercises at home,dumbells, cardio,upper body, full body workouts, bike, dance and do keep busy at home.
    Im not look fat not yet.
    I got 3 year training and I lost 33 pounds. But now I’m pregnant lol.
    I’m trying to continue eating healthy and I have some symptoms like nauseas,heartburn,dizzying.
    I continue eating healthy
    like:meat,salads,veggies, natural juice like green juice made at home,fruits, protein and healthy fat.
    I don’t like to eat sweet,bread and White flour
    for now ������ this the worst for get fat.
    So mommy’s do exercises or walk and remember eat healthy she is right ✅ ������.

  • I am currently about 16 weeks pregnant with my first healthy pregnancy after a miscarriage 2 years ago when I was 21 years old. I regulary exercise, even when I wasn’t pregnant. I just hope exercise will keep my immunity healthy cause I really fear germs.

  • I was dieting for 3 months and was eating 1500-1600 cal a day and i lost 22 lbs with HIIT. But now I joined gym and i do weight training 5 times a week now with high intensity so to build muscle I started taking more calories upto 2100 and my weight is the same for the week so should I continue eating or eat less?!

  • interesting presentation but although title for the presentation mentions lipedema I did not hear Dr. Gerber make any reference whatsoever to lipedema so I was a bit disappointed.