My husband went through esophogeal cancer last December. His feeding tube has been removed and now he is loosing weight. Do you have any suggestions on how to help him gain some weight. He has lost 10 lbs in 2 weeks.View Thread
I finally signed up for the gym. I thought "This is it. I'm going to get out and exercise. I talked to the owner of the gym about a personal trainer and all I got was a super long lecture about my health and God. He is a part time preacher. So now I don't want to go back. He is thinking he is going to put a ton of pressure on me to loss and weight and get my soul in order. I don't want either. I live in a tiny town and this is the only gym around so I either go back there or stay home. Not sure how to tell the owner to back off. Suggestions?View Thread
I just wanted to get some input on various peoples' diet plan. What kind of diet are you on? What supplements or vitamins do you take when you are dieting? What effect does these vitamins/supplements have on you? What kind of excercising do you do in addition?View Thread
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