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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 19, 2007
  • 10:15 PM

hey everyone - lurking for a long time- first time poster here at www.wrongdiagnosis.com. Thanks to everyone for all the great data! If " I cannot get a diagnosis. Please help." is the wrong category for this post just let me know (or move it mods!). After a recent health scare I've been seriously considering various means of dramatic weight loss. Im looking for some input on differnet methods. I've done some research at mens health and webMD and am considering possibly using the a supplement method like hoodia pills, possibly high intensity interval training, or s
ome combination. Any suggestions or input would be appreciated. Thanks again.

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  • Dear Alek...If you would like to lose weight and keep it off, find an NAET/Bioset practicioner in your area. I have lost 26 lbs without even trying and I'm continuing to lose...I need to!! This therapy get you back to 'balanced" and weight gain is a sure sign that your body is not functioning properly. If you let me know where you live, I will help find a practicioner in your area.I was very sick with chronic fatigue syndrome and was very overweight. I've had 6 sessions, my symptoms are 90% resolved and I am losing and keeping it off. PLEASE try this before hoodia or any other "supplements" as sometimes they can be more damamging than effective. Here to help:D ...mommy cat
    mommy cat 1,654 Replies
    • August 21, 2007
    • 03:37 PM
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  • Same here- I went from a Size 12 to a size 4 in a few months- never went hungry, and very energetic by using NAET treatment.If you read the book "Say Goodbye to Illness" it will explain you easily how people who are obese or overweight are usually allergic to essential nutrients such as minerals, table salt, sugar, eggs, milk, etc. This treatment will correct those problems so when you eat you feel energized- not lethargic.Another great book which will work on its own or in combination with NAET is "Never Be Fat Again" by Dr. Raymond Francis.Best,Frui.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies
    • August 21, 2007
    • 03:58 PM
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  • Yes, Hoodia worked for me very well. Absolutely no side effects. The problem is actually getting some Hoodia in the pills. Percentages vary greatly. Do you live in the U.S.? Wild Oats or a good health food store might be able to guarantee their products. Unless your docs have told you to lose weight fast, (such as for a transplant), do it slowly or your skin will sag. I have always done well doing Adkin's and most men do even better. There is a program on FIT TV...Blaine's low carb cooking which is pretty good. Go to FIT TV's website and look him up. He was a chef who weighed over 300 lbs. and is working (and cooking) to take it off the low-carb way. Weight Watchers is good also if you want to meet some women! Unfortunately I can't keep on a low-cal diet. At least with Adkin's, you will stop craving carbs as you get all the sugars out of your body. Losing weight is all about increasing the number of your cellular mitochondrias which burn the fuel you eat. And the only way to do that is by exercising. Start by walking daily. Go to the dog pound, rescue a dog, and start walking. It's relatively cheap, will make you feel good, and you earn points in heaven for saving a doggy life. An extremely low cal diet will make those mitochondrias VERY irritated. They will go into starvation mode and stop working so hard. Do everything in moderation and you won't get sick, strain a muscle, need plastic surgery or relapse. Good luck
    rad-skw 1,605 Replies
    • August 22, 2007
    • 10:04 AM
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  • Dont go taking pills they are dangerous...try either cambridge diet, lighterlife, lipotrim (they drop weight off ya quickly)or even atkins or weightwatchers!!
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • August 24, 2007
    • 09:34 PM
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