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Status Update - January 2018

Shooting the Messenger Does Not Solve the Problem.

Why Is This Happening? - October 2017

Weight Range Mantenance Plan

Is BMI the same as BMR?

Status Update - September 2017

Summer Experiment 2017

What Size Are You REALLY?

Is it a Plateau?

Dieting = Treatment of Obesity

Status Update - June 2017

Status Update - February 2017

Freedom in Maintenance

About the Scales

Balancing Values

Ongoing Status Report

Status Update - July 2016

Charts of my Maintenance of Weight-Loss - Years Four through Ten+

Charts of My Weight-Loss & First Three Years of Maintenance

My Petite Meals

Concerned About Your Fat-Loved-One's Health?

My Status - May 2016 Maintenance

Before & After Photos - Weight History

If Ophra Can't Do it, Can it Be Done?

Weight Loss Goals

ME Talking About ME

Projections about the Rate of Weight-Loss

Overweight means you live longer.

Why Are Fat People Hungry?

Shrinking Fat Cells: What Happens When Body Fat is Burned?

Why Dieting is Hard

Long-Term Weight-Loss Almost Impossible

The Diet Fix, Why Diets Fail, How to Make Yours Work - Book Review

Diet Fix - Book Review

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #01: People Lack Willpower

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #02: Scales Measure Health

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #03: Dieting Must be Difficult

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #04: Do not Eat Unless You are Hungry

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #05: Forks Can Be OutRun

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #06: Cheat Days Are Wise

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #07: Some Foods Must be Forbidden

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #08: There is One Right Diet

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #09: Muscle Gain Outweighs Loss

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #10: Save Your Calories for Dinner

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #11: There are Bottles Full of Weight-Loss

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #12: The Last 10 lbs Are the Hardest

Diet Fix - Dieting Myth #13: Our Weights Should Be Ideal

Percentages of Seriously Obese women with above-normal BMIs

More About the Starvation Mode Myth

How Fast...How Much...Weight Lost After Gastric Bypass?

Maintenance Status Report - January 2014

Everyone isn't the Same

A Calorie Deficit?

Designed to show a False Result? - Research Project of Gary Taubes / NUSI

Status Update - August 2013

150 Pounds

Weight Range Maintenance Plan Changes Again

WHY Count Calories?

Appreciate What You Have

Unrealistic Expectations

Why We Diet

Keeping the Weight Off

Do Calories Matter?

A New Perspective

Want to Know Your BMI?

Experiment of One - Current

Realities of Weight-Loss Maintenance

Status Update - Records: My past 8 years (August 2012)

Journaling & Keeping Records

How Little It Takes

Snack Yourself Slim - Book Review

Change in my Weight Range Maintenance Plan

Sing Anyway

Experiment of One

Establishing Habits

A Common Problem

Blame It On The Puritans

An Individual Call

Nobody's Perfect

How Many Carbohydrates?

Becoming The Person You Want To Be

Not A Perfect World

Calorie Counting

Starvation Mode

More About the BMI

Body Mass Index: What about the BMI?

Normal, Overweight, or Obese?

Tracking Weight

The Essence of Diets - Part Two

Setting a Goal Weight Range

The Scale and the Big Picture

What About the Scales?

Taubes - Chapter 03 - Elusive Benefits of Exercise

Taubes - Chapter 02 - Elusive Benefits of Undereating


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