Why is my belly so fat?

And is my waist so narrow?

As I mentioned before, I was diagnosed with Obesity Disorder when I was only 17. I always knew it was something I had been dealing with, but I never believed it would affect me so badly, and I’d always gotten away without it.

Today, I’m 30 and I’m not even close to my old size. I used to be skinny, but that was just a phase. I lost about 40 pounds and am now at just under 220 pounds. At least I’m not fat. Now that I know, I’m just happy I’m healthy and strong. There’s nothing else I would have ever considered.

What is my biggest concern?

My biggest worry is that I keep my weight down too far, possibly to unhealthy extremes. This is why I focus on being as healthy as possible. But I also need to make sure I’m not eating too many things. I like fresh fruit. I’ve read that as I eat more, my blood sugar gets high, even in a skinny girl’s body. At the moment, I’m focusing on being more active and not just sitting around all day in front of the computer.

I’m not always in the best health, but this makes it difficult to focus on my weight all the time.
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What do you recommend to people who struggle with weight?

My only advice is to live a healthy lifestyle, avoid foods with big calories from processed sugar, vegetables, processed foods of any kind, and drink lots of water.

If you’re having trouble with weight, I’d recommend getting involved in a weight loss program, like the one offered by your healthcare provider.

But don’t just give up trying to lose weight and just live your life with the weight you already have. It’s important to do your best and find ways to be healthier as well.

I also try to drink as little as possible. If I eat more while I stay in the gym, it takes more energy than if not. It’s so tempting to go out to eat or be around someone who’s heavier, but then I feel worse after.

You could also start exercising more to improve your body composition.

What’s the biggest misconception people have about Obesity?

I think it’s that there’s a one-size-fits-all approach. Maybe a girl who has a small stomach will be thin all the time, and someone who’s extremely thin but doesn’t always stick to