Is there anything other than diet and exercise that I can do. I've tried Slim Fast, Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers and even Optifast. I am 5'5" and weigh 175-180. Lots of leg, butt, arm and waist fat. I walk daily and ride a bike when the weather is OK.
Nothing that will work in the long run and not damage your health. I never, ever believed I could lose like this on Weight Watchers, but I did. If you've tried it in the past, you should try it again. Its changed a lot, with more changes to come after this Monday!
No diet will work, unless you work at it. There is nothing magical to try. I was 5'7" and 182, and I'm down almost 22 pounds since Sept 25th on WW. I'm not suffering at all, I can chose to eat anything I want, but I'm really loving the healthier choices I'm learning to make.
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