You Can Do It Here
Some people have trouble dieting and exercising because of where they live — or at least they think they do.
The reality is that I did what most people — even doctors — consider impossible and I did it while traveling widely around the USA.
I’m originally from Chelsea, MA — a suburb of Boston. I gained weight steadily throughout my life as I lived in France for seven years, went to specialty training in medical residencies and fellowships in such places as Cincinnati, Fargo, Minneapolis, Edmonton and Wichita.
I joined the Army and did my hitch in North Carolina. When I got married, my husband and I lived in Oklahoma City and Palm Springs, California, Las Vegas and San Diego.
I easily gained weight no matter where I went.
But when I decided it was past the time when I should be losing weight, I found I could do it no matter how much I traveled.
You see, I’m a unique kind of professional, and earned my name The Renegade Doctor. I don’t sit in an office or stand over an operating table. I’m out getting to the people who need me, and I’ve got people who will travel to wherever I am so I can take care of them.
During the nearly three years I let my weight drop away, I spent time in San Diego, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Anaheim, Fresno, and quite a few other towns I can’t take time to write down at the moment.
I took trips across the country, with airline food and hotel food and all kinds of choices facing me.
Yet I knew what I had to do and how to do it. I could do it anywhere.
So please don’t fool yourself that you can’t lose massive amounts of weight unless you are strapped down to a hospital bed and fed liquid nutrients through a tube.
You can do it anywhere — if you know how.