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Meet Ruth O’Mahony. She’s a 49 year old physician-turned health content manager who struggled for years with unhealthy eating, yoyo-dieting, lack of movement, and a constant struggle to stick with anything for more than a few weeks before life got in the way. How Ruth the Physician Lost 10 Sizes and Renewed Her Life Meet Ruth O’Mahony. She’s a 49 year old physician-turned health content manager who struggled for years with an unhealthy eating, yoyo-dieting, lack of movement, and a constant struggle to stick with anything for more than a few weeks before life got in the way.

How Ruth the Physician Lost 10 Sizes and Renewed Her Life. By Steve Kamb • Last Updated: February 21, 2017 • 30 comments. Meet Ruth O’Mahony. She’s a 49 year old physician-turned health content manager who struggled for years with unhealthy eating, yoyo-dieting, lack of movement, and a constant struggle to stick with anything for more. Upon receiving a restitution check for 5,000 marks (approximately $1,500) from the West German government, Ruth left the Sorbonne and sailed with her French boyfriend to.

Better are scenes of her with Steinem and Obama, of her talking sex, not politics, and of her back in Europe visiting her haunts, of her in her old apartment with her long-time secretary, trying to keep up with her. ‘Ask Dr. Ruth’ shows her being the funny, loving, plain-spoken, well-educated, unique Dr. Ruth.

Dr. Ruth, however does approve of erotic literature, specifically Fifty Shades of Grey.She credits the 2011 novel, which was made into a movie in 2015. Ruth 2:10 “Then she fell on her face, and bowed herself to the ground, and said unto him, Why have I found grace in thine eyes, that thou shouldest take knowledge of me, seeing I [am] a stranger?” “A foreigner”: Ruth remained ever mindful that she was an alien and, as such, must conduct herself humbly. Naomi Loses Her Husband and Sons.

1 In the days when the judges ruled, [] there was a famine in the land. So a man from Bethlehem in Judah, together with his wife and two sons, went to live for a while in the country of Moab() 2 The man’s name was Elimelek, his wife’s name was Naomi, and the names of his two sons were Mahlon and Kilion() They were Ephrathites from Bethlehem, Judah. Ruth responded in humility and appreciation, asking why he would show such favor to her, a foreigner, at which point Boaz told her he’d heard of her sacrifice for her mother-in-law (Ruth 2:10–13).

Boaz continued to show her every courtesy, providing a meal to her and instructing his reapers to purposefully leave some grain behind for her to. Doc Martin stars Martin Clunes as Doctor Ellingham, which is a popular show that now has fans worried after recent chatter that it’s ending.But there’s no reason to fret, as Martin Clunes suggests not just one, but a few new seasons of the British show is in the future.

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All that was needed to lose weight, she argued, was for patients to conform to a strict dietary regime, such as the one she provided.

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Her GP had told her she needed to lose weight and referred her to her local specialist diabetes dietitian.

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It is no wonder that her patients rapidly lost weight; it is amazing that more didn’t die.

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1 The Dangers of Counting Calories S andra was very diligent and fastidious about weight loss.A 46-year-old corporate lawyer, she wanted to look trim and fit, not to mention the hassle and expense of buying new clothes when her weight fluctuated.

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She couldn’t seem to lose weight, and the doctor was having trouble lowering her blood pressure.

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She had taken her doctor’s advice to restrict her eating and exercise more, but all that happened was that she got heavier and became more dependent on treatment for her health conditions.

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She was seen regularly by her surgeon, and after an 8-day hospitalization, she was discharged home, tolerating slow diet progression.

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Her physician has told her that it was important that she lose weight for health reasons and become more fit.

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She tried to manipulate the nurses and argued with the physician, contending that bed rest would only cut down on her appetite, so that she would eat even less.

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  • Here’s some advice, DON’T EAT GARBAGE! Sure you can calculate how much exercise it would take to work out that candy bar OR… you can just not eat it. BAM weight loss.

  • ‘Eat less and move more’ the famous Well touted advice, doesn’t work long term when it’s applied the way it was intended as massive calorie restriction coupled with intense excercise;

    https://thefastingmethod.com/eat-less-move-more/

    Cases like revisiting the biggest looser contestants prove that beyond a doubt;

    https://idmprogram.com/biggest-loser-diet-explained/

    Since that move more, eat less advice, coupled with the government’s advice in 1980 for a low fat high carb diet, the obesity rates have soared:

    https://youtu.be/5S6-v37nOtY

    https://youtu.be/KHaCKudtVi0

    Eating a starvation diet works initially, till your body fights back, concerned as it is only with your continued survival.

    You could lose a lot doing it (I did before I knew better) but it will ALL return and then some when you return to eating what should be considered a normal portion size.

    Working out to a massive degree whilst not eating enough to refuel your body let alone your muscles also causes your muscles more damage than good.

    Hence the better advice to:

    •Work to DEAL with any root causes for your overeating, trauma, Boredom, addiction, habit, etc

    •FUEL your body with LARGE well VARIED meals, comprised of all NATURAL foods including fat, protien and complex carbs.
    With each meal eaten till SATISFIED but NOT stuffed.
    Example food pyramid:
    https://files.ketodietapp.com/Blog/files/Infographics/Print/keto-diet-food-pyramid.jpg

    For recipe ideas and a good idea about portion sizes:
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/keto/recipes

    •And also to condense your time spent eating (body in a state of high Insulin fuelled growth) to be less per day than your time spent fasted (body in a state of low insulin fuelled repair), so basically a couple large meals a day with no snacks.

    •Also start with gentle excercise like taking a brisk hour long walk a day (half our out, half hour back)
    _

    The further benifits of spending more time fasted are that you increase your natural release of the human growth hormone (hgh), along with keeping up at least your normal activity level whilst fasting, prevent muscle wastage and if you do, for instance, a weights session whilst fasted then break with a large nutritious meal the same day allow for quick gains of lean muscle.

    The actor Terry Crews as an example utilises intermittent fasting and gym sessions to maintain his muscled physique.

    On top of that longer fasts provide a higher rate of internal Autophagy.

    Yoshinori Ohsumi won the Nobel prize in 2016 for his work identifying genes essential for autophagy and clarifing its underlying mechanisms.

    That process called Autophagy is the bodies cell recycling system whereby old damaged or unused cells are broken down to be used in the creation of new cells.

    Connective tissue for excess skin is a waste of energy so the body will try to reduce that waste by dismantling and recycling that excess.

    Meaning when fasting there is FAR less chance of loose skin after the fat loss.

    https://idmprogram.com/fasting-and-autophagy-mtor-autophagy-1/

    To read through a list of articles and real world patient profiles you can visit the idmprogram which is Dr Jason Fung’s site detailing the science of fasting;

    https://idmprogram.com/blog/

    Or watch his free, and add free, 6 part youtube video series on ‘the Aetiology of obesity’

    To delve into how your body works and how you can work with it!

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmkVOa1Wra8V47LvaPQMHb0Ko9xXjwOim

  • Selfish people. Causing problems for the NHS, their kids and their families. Losing weight isn’t hard, just eat less and walk a bit more.

  • Love st richards hospital, they did my emergancy gallbladder removal last week ���� awesome hospital, i was on wittering ward b3

  • White sugar is a monster. Since I have cut back on a lot of the sugar I used to take on, I’ve noticed that my legs are less swollen, and less painful. I switched from drinking bottles of pop every week, to drinking sugar free Perrier, and have switched to s sugar substitute for my coffee. I have knocked a huge amount of sugar out of my diet, and I feel better. I’m still VERY over weight, but with less leg pain and less leg inflammation, I have a greater ease of movement. And I’ve discovered that I really like vegetables and fruit. Oh, I still LOVE the junk that made me overweight in the first place. But I’ve realized that I have OPTIONS.

  • if i plan on making something like pancakes, that’s when i’ll add un-flavored protein so then it’s not just all carbs and sugar. i do the same with mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, etc. i did have bariatric surgery 6 years ago so protein is important for me to stay full. i also have had a lot of eating disorder therapy to figure out the difference between physical hunger and emotional hunger. sometimes people can’t tell the difference. it usually has to do with past trauma and people using food as a coping mechanism. a good test would be to drink a protein shake with at least 25 grams of protein and take 20 minutes to drink it, then check in & see if you are still hungry. if you are, it’s probably emotional hunger. then it’s important to fill that void with a hobby or exercise or anything until you forget you were still hungry. Noom sounds like a great app vs. just tracking your food intake. the therapy part of losing weight is essential. i think that’s something that is lacking when people have bariatric surgery. we are required to do a psych consult beforehand, but the years after are just as important. a lot of people gain the weight back and then people think it doesn’t work. it only works if you figure out why you gained the weight in the first place and deal with it. thank you for coming to my ted talk. lol

  • Hey doc
    please make a video of vegetarian food protein source food and the benefit of fish oil if I am vegetarian I can use that supplement

  • I feel like you shouldn’t listen to music or watch tv while eating. I feel like when I’m paying attention to eating, I feel fuller.

  • All these fat pigs should be put on a remote island and left to survive on coconuts and whatever fish they can catch. Leave them there until their weight is at a healthy amount.

  • Wanna loose weight? Quit your job during a pandemic while simultaneously planning a wedding and applying for other jobs. Officially just undid all the weight gain from quarantine ����

  • I wonder if it’s what Robert is eating that makes the difference; like high calorie foods.
    Does he exercise at all to help use/burn off calories?

  • I try to eat that much for bodybuilding but can’t. How tf do people like this do it with no problem???! Breakfast that is. I don’t eat shit junk food. �� �� protein is my ��

  • Crisps crisps crisps I was waiting for the alien to burst out of her stomach when she showed that hernia God almighty that’s not motivation enough to lose the weight fucking sad

  • I was a fat guy with 15 years old and i don’t need that shitty surgery that the mom’s girl is triying to convince all of us, don’t touch my balls and put your girl in a gym with professionals and make her eat healthy, then tell me if is necessary an a surgery, ignorance and be a lazy ass is the worse enemy of the human.

  • theres nothing wrong with being fat! sometimes you can be fat and healthy. You cant shame someone into loosing weight. shouldnt emotional/mental health matter too?

  • No I don’t want to make a Will, I don’t need a bra, unless there is something that comes with it. and I didn’t think pressure washer when I decided to watch this. The little bit in between, makes me feel I have no problems I wish Gary and Caroline well. They seem lovely people. Very brave. All this ha made me hungry. Maybe I do need a pressure washer after all.

  • I had gastric bypass surgery and and I was 378 lbs It’s 2018 at the moment of this message I am now 135lbs �� with a beautiful 20 year old daughter�� I will say that I respect my new small stomach I have lost 252 lbs!�� and it shows life is great! ��

  • These shows always make me paranoid. I’m slim and a healthy weight now, but I definitely comfort eat and drink (soda and energy drinks). I have borderline hyperthyroidism which keeps me skinny for now, but I’m always worried about how I’ll end up later down the road. Definitely an eye opener for me, and it definitely makes me keep an eye on what I eat and helps me try to eat healthier. Shows like this are so important for awareness!

  • All of this surgery because people don’t have self-control. I say send them to a psychologist or have them live somewhere with a guard on the refrigerator.

  • Dr Mike…when you were talking about water keeping you hydrated….does the drink Body Armour as good as water or better or worse?

  • Why don’t they educate these people as to why the bands are working? The mother that doesn’t understand why the daughter is fatter than her sons blew my mind. It’s because men need more calories than women? Teenage boys eat like damn locusts because they are growing and burning so much, the girl is doing nothing outside of school PE so of course she doesn’t need as many calories? It’s not that bloody hard. I learned all this myself on the internet at like 15?? How hard is it to use Google?

  • I’m on a Fat DOctor marathon. ONe thing I’ve noticed is that the people around the people having the surgery, aren’t “slim”. Everyone seems to be large. And there is no mental health counselling to deal with the issues that got them to want to solve them by eating.

  • I think perhaps these people should get surgery earlier! Before they are morbidly obese!! Just watched a documentary on THE BAND and its not a good option…so many problems and then having to have it removed!

  • Rob seems to think it’s someone’s else’s fault that he’s super morbidly obese! Did anyone FORCE the food down his throat? NO…….I don’t think so!!

  • Surgery won’t work if you have the psychological addiction. Surgery just addresses the physical aspect. I’m addicted to food, had a tummy tuck and about to undergo my second bariatric surgery.

  • I didn’t know what intermittent fasting was until now, and I just realized that I always been eating like this (eating nuts and vegetables all day and having one normal meal a day) this is always been my way of eating cus I love fruits, I didn’t know it has a name!!