- Jan 24, 2010
Congrats pal!Just got back from my Dr. Been waiting a month to hear back and get results of the cancer concern.
My latest bloodwork results showed good numbers ("tremendous" in Trumpspeak).
Stool sample was NEGATIVE for blood - ( this would have been a "DISASTER" if positive - more Trumspeak)
PSA Test for Prostate Cancer, NEGATIVE!
Ultrasound and chest x-ray, NEGATIVE for cancer.
Blood tests on LIVER show normal liver.
So overall I've done a TREMENDOUS job thwarting the enemy of CANCER!
My only health issue now is I'm FAT. The TREMENDOUS thing about FATNESS is that there is a CURE!
Been doing Keto since Oct1 and I'm down 25 lbs since. Can feel it when I get up and when I walk or bend to tie shoes etc.
I'm cancer free boys!
Caspy, since losing a little weight my dick appears to be larger. My problem is that while I can see this I can't find anyone else here in town that wants to see it. So my girlfiends will be limited to the millions of hotties on pornhub, for now.Congrats pal!
Now go lose some more weight.
Fuck for exercise
For once, I’m happy to be in the minority lolCongrats on being cancer free!!!
Make your goal healthier living as opposed to weight loss. Study after study shows that longterm weight loss is nearly impossible. The vast majority of folks that lose weight put it all back on and then some.
If you feel healthier on keto, do keto. But don't freak out when your body starts fighting back and trying to get back to it's genetic set weight.
Your leaning towards fresh non-processed foods is awesome, keep that up! And exercise, even if it is just walking. When you eventually hit a weight loss plateau, don't get discouraged or more extreme, just try to keep living as healthy as you can. Lots of unhealthy skinny people out there and lots of healthy fatties. Health is more important than weight.
Keep up the great new habits!
Have you kept it off long-term? The studies show that people can have plenty of success losing weight over a 9-12 month period but 90-95% of them gain it back within 2-5 years.For once, I’m happy to be in the minority lol
I went from 264 to 194 3 years ago. The highest I have been since was 218. I hover around 204 now regularly. At 6ft 4, I feel that’s a good weight with muscle. Especially at 45Have you kept it off long-term? The studies show that people can have plenty of success losing weight over a 9-12 month period but 90-95% of them gain it back within 2-5 years.
If you've gone 5+ years with sustained weight loss, cheers!! Definitely rare.
It has nothing to do with being married. Or effort. It's genetics. Your body gets used to the new normal and starts working on the reduced calories you give it. So you can't lose weight any more. And if you let up, at all, you now gain weight... even if you are eating less than you used to... because your body is optimized to this new normal.VD, I know the stats are disheartening. I think maybe married people are more apt to put the weight back on.
it’s like athletes after they leave the game