Eat better! You'd be surprised how easy it is to shed the weight when you take eating correctly seriously. Just making some good changes to your diet could get you started in the right direction of losing those 100 lbs, and I bet with less weight, your disabilities would not go away, but affect your life much less, and possibily help you get moving again. Check out http://mealtomuscle.com for some healthy recipes to help get you on track.View Thread
To be honest, anything is better then nothing, but the bigger picture is diet. Even if you were to go to the gym 6 days a week, if your diet isn't in check your results will be slow at best. Diet is the biggest part of the equation by far. Stick to it and it gets easier. I've recently lost a lot of weight, and I notice the better I stick to my diet, the better I feel and less I crave the junk. I run a website with a ton of healthy high protein meals that are easy to make, check it out at http://mealtomuscle.com there are a lot of easy to follow recipes, with more being added all the time. A lot of them can be made early in the week, and stored so you have ready to go meals. Try to get your diet in check, and watch the weight fall back off.View Thread
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