I am 44 years old and my weight is getting really out of hand. My doctor told me that I am obese. He did not cut any cornors with me by trying to smooth those word over. My last physical was in May of this year and this is when he told me I was obese. I asked for diet pills and he told me that there was not a pill that exist that would keep the weight off, only those that provide temporary weight loss. He told me to eat what I wanted but less of it. He also stated that it did not take me a short period of time to put the weight on and it wasn't going to take a short period of time to get the weight off. I feel so defeated because I tried and tried to eat right and I started walking on my tread mill in May of this year but stopped in August due to a surgery and I can't get back into it. When I start with drinking water and getting on the tread mill, I can pretty much stick with trying to loose and avoiding certain foods like sweets and breads (my weakness), but three months seems like the longest I can go and then I loose my wheel power. I want to loose and keep it off but I really need some encouragement. Thanks for listening.
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