What do you do with that information?” And, more importantly, what do you do about it? A year was a really long time.
One thing I’ve always felt bad about was the amount of time that went into making The Ultimate Guide To Fat Loss. I could not have done it without the amazing people who helped me with the research and the design.
There’s a lot of work and there are definitely a lot of ways I might have been successful but I had to do it all on my own. That is the way it is with all my books, my personal fitness and nutrition websites, and my podcasts. I can never repay the people who donate to help me make these things happen. I would ask them for their time if they could but I can rarely ask for anything in return. I’d be doing them a disservice if I just ignored them and kept going.
I feel like in the last few weeks and months since the post-baby weight loss experiment I’ve been reading and talking about it a lot. I’ve been listening to people’s stories and sharing mine, so that’s been really helpful.
On a personal note, one of the questions I got from people after posting my post-baby weight loss experiment was:
“In the last 12 months, how much leaner have you gotten?”
I have been reading up on the subject of weight loss research and fat loss lately, and one thing I’ve heard that struck me was a claim that when you do a lot of work on fat loss, your fat mass does actually change. I am skeptical of this claim since a lot of people use the term “skinny fat” when they mean subcutaneous fat, which isn’t that great a name for the fat that sits on the surface of your body. A lot of what I’ve learned about nutrition and weight loss research over the last few years has convinced me that this change in fat mass is a relatively slow process, and not something you can do very quickly. I don’t think most people have made up their minds before they actually start that much work on weight loss.
So I’m kind of stuck with this ‘what works for you’ question.
The other thing I’ve been thinking about recently is just how easy it would be to use weight loss studies to scare people off of all sorts of things. The main reason for the study is to find out why so many of us can’t lose weight. If people knew about this, they
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