“You've got to divorce yourself from the past and find a different way of living. And you can never go back,” he says, describing his rules as a complete lifestyle change that won't be easy.
This is true, but the new way of life is the question? It is only part about foods, the remainder is about life. Ultimately, what stops people? - not enough time, resources or resolve to do what is necessary? inability to find out what is necessary?
Stress, (any form, chronic, distress, social, isolation, mental, desires, delusions, beliefs, abuse, fear, trapped, best of bad solutions, etc) drive up cortisol, ghrelin, and hence hunger.
I really tried to watch this but 1:15, I could not take it any longer. A bunch of thin people arguing over obesity, and none of them clearly have a solution that can work long term. I have at least some of the solution, and know the next part of my solution, but am unwilling to do it yet. Oh well, they get paid, I do not.
I cannot figure out how to make a dollar off my solution yet, as it is about changing thinking about this problem. The obesity entrepreneur, but not yet.
If we were to put 100 exobese people in a room, could we describe a path to exobesity?