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Losing Weight and keeping it off. | Errol Bryce | TEDxSouthwesternAU

Losing Weight and keeping it off. | Errol Bryce | TEDxSouthwesternAU
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Errol B. Bryce MD., F.A.C.P, practices Internal Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas, and is president of New Steps to Health Inc. Dr. Bryce is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, Fellow of the American College of Physicians and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine University of North Texas, Health Science Center. He is also a member of The Obesity Society. Errol B. Bryce MD., F.A.C.P, practices Internal Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas, and is president of New Steps to Health Inc. Dr. Bryce is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, Fellow of the American College of Physicians and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine University of North Texas, Health Science Center. He is also a member of The Obesity Society. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  1. I was just telling a friend how people I know are asking me if I am sick because I lost the weight I gained over the past decade and covid . I am at a very heathy weight , eating right , excericise but I seem to get more negative responses about my appearance ( close friends who tell me the truth say positive) but acquaintances or clients say things like " are you ill ?" And " don't waste away " I purposely stay about 5 lbs over my ideal weight because as we age a little fullness makes us look less gaunt . I don't look for validation from other people but I am surprised at the negative comments . I have started saying that it's rude to comment on people's weight !

  2. This is such important information. I so wish it could be broadcast from a mountain top. I accidentally fell into intermittent fasting just because of my work schedule but noticed how much better I physically felt eating just one main meal a day and pretty much fasting for the rest of the day – nevertheless I still maintained the same weight. I exercised regularly mostly in the evenings. Rode a recumbent bike during the day. My diet was fairly restrictive being a vegetarian for decades, whole foods, some dairy (milk in coffee, cheese once in a while) no junk food, rarely ate sweets, etc. but still on the heavy side. Made no sense at all. BUT this gave me some answers… I usually ate sometime between 2 and 5pm – ok, mostly at 3pm. Well! I tried this – just moved the time up to 1pm (really hard for me to do and sometimes was still finishing breakfast at 2 but would try to finish everything by 2:30/3pm) and ate or drank nothing else the rest of the day besides water maybe a cup of tea (no sugar or milk). Within 15 days – my weight was down 10+ pounds. My blood pressure dropped and who knows what other levels were affected! I'm going to monitor the process. I can't wait to see what happens just over the next few months! It's really quite miraculous. Hard to believe this one little adjustment could make such a big difference! It's almost maddening. Thank you for sharing this.

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