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HARRISON, N.Y. — Stuck in a rut with weight gain and lacking motivation to stop it, Cari turned to Pat Hall and her Harrison business, Can’t Lose Diet, in a desperate, and perhaps final, appeal for help.

Cari, who requested not to use her last name, heard Hall’s promise about losing 20 pounds in 40 days. “I wondered, ‘Is this real,’’’ Cari said.

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by Sherry Bruck


My 54 year old brother is bi-polar and has had a history of battling mental illness for his entire adult life. His routine is to get stabilized on meds and therapy but then inevitably falls off the wagon as he caves in to social pressure and the desire to join in the fun of having a drink or toking a joint.

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Some of us don’t do the right things, so the fact that we are overweight is no surprise. But some of us do. Like me. I’ve always worked out, walked the golf course, skiied, biked, ate healthy, counted calories—but my body just didn’t cooperate. Months dragged on where I would lose one lousy pound every 2 weeks and then as soon as I took my foot off the gas, the pounds would pile back on within a month. They say it’s not healthy to lose weight fast, but wow no one talks about how easy, and unhealthy it is to GAIN weight fast.

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As Wikipedia states it—“Metabolic age is a reflection of physical health in the form of a calculation based on the base metabolic rate (BMR). If someone’s metabolic age is lower than his or her actual age, it suggests that the body is in good health, while a metabolic age higher than the actual age indicates that someone may be experiencing health problems.”

When I went to Can’t Lose Diet to start my diet program, Pat Hall scanned my body and to my shock my metabolic age was 62 years old with a physique rating of “Overly Fat.” I wasn’t exactly surprised though because I knew I was 30 lbs. over my recommended weight, but I’ve always considered myself an active, sporty person who skis, golfs, bikes, and hikes, so this was a big blow to my self image. How could I, this incredibly active person have 38.5% body fat with 67 lbs. of fat on my 5’5” frame?

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I’ve seen people of all ages, professions, socio-economic levels, male/female, who want to lose weight and what I’ve found is that there is no one standard demographic category that my clients fit into. Rather, it’s the emotional motivation that drives them and that usually falls into 1 or 2 of the following categories.

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