Speaking of local commercials, anyone have any first or second hand experience with Medical Weight Loss Clinic? Legit? I like to exercise, and have no problem eating healthy. I just work all the time, and spend spare time volunteering and helping people so I live off fast food and aside from biking, walking my dog, and some swimming not really sure what would be a good exercise regiment. Going to a gym can be a bit daunting by the myriad of equipment designed for specific muscles. I'd be interested in getting professional help in refining my diet and work out regiment (early stages) to get the most bang for the buck for my time (especially time).
Think if I could get meals down to less than an hour cook time and last multiple servings, and a strong but full exercise regiment that's around 1 hour a day (excluding biking/walking) I could really turn things around. Cooking is a big one. Living alone and busy, it's hard to justify 1-2 hours cooking, 30min cleanup for a single meal and keep it healthy. Plus lots of recipes you find online tend to be complex and have lots of ingredients that can be hard to find or are only used in a handful of recipes.
Any tips, comments, are appreciated. Hopefully this thread will help others on TT who might be in a similar situation.