I definitely agree. Time doing things like that takes away from what you want and need to do. I didn't figure out what to do professionally until I was 34 and didn't get my personal life straightened out until age 54.

I never got to +100, but this is how I lost weight with normal foods. At +100, you would have to do it in increments if you decide to try it.

https://medium.com/@billmyers_85482/keeping-your-sanity-and-a-reasonable-weight-c499edf58409?source=friends_link&sk=a6e763a8e464c34778af013610fefc79

As for diabetes, my wife has Type 1. My first article on Medium might help your family, if it applies to Type 2. I am interested to know if it does.

Good luck and things can get better.

By the way, my favorite exercise is dancing with my wife for a couple hours.

William “Bill” Myers, Analyzes all, Programmer, retired. If you learn anything new, find enjoyment, have a new thought, then I’m successful. Photo: 1st article

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