I’ve said it more than once and Dr. Sears has backed me up. When it comes to staying in good health, there are very few things more important than keeping your weight down.
I was always thin — until I turned 40. Then, like every member of my Irish lineage before me, I ballooned. My weight went from a pretty muscular 170 pounds to something more like 230. My head alone must have weighed 30 pounds — I was apparently experiencing that Ted Kennedy expanding-cranium problem.
Then I went on the “carb-addicts diet” and lost 45 pounds. Since then, I’ve gained some back — but never more than 15 pounds.
It’s almost impossible not to gain weight after dieting. But there’s a way to limit how much you gain. What I did was establish certain set points at which I would judge myself “overweight,” “dangerously overweight,” or “disgusting.” For me, those points are 190, 195, and 200.
When I hit a set point, I make a major effort to get back on the program and push my weight back. I crank up the exercise and reduce the eating. If I blow it at the first set point, I hope to catch it at the next. Today, as I write this, I am a disgusting 201 pounds. I’m on vacation and sorely tempted to put off the hard work till I get back — but since I’m at that “disgusting” point, I guess I have to take action.
So … starting today (not tomorrow), I’m cutting my eating in half and starting to exercise. By the time I get back home to Florida, I’ll be moving — strongly I hope — in the right direction.
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