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A conversation with Linda Wagner about diabetes

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Linda Wagner is will be the first to admit that she had, and has a problem with pounds. In retrospect, she has gained and lost over 1,000 pounds over the years.  Although athletic as a child, her battle with life events affected her eating decisions hounded her through failures with everything from Weight Watchers at 14 to bariatric surgery at  48, when she was over 400 pounds. The surgery helped her to get down to 160 at age 50, her relationship with life and food put back 150 pounds.

 

When Linda met with Aaron Snyder, a 4th generation diabetic and obesity survivor,  she was 55 years old and 305 pounds.  She re-focused on the fact that she did not have a weight problem, she had a food relationship problem.

For the first time in her life, Linda is losing weight the same way she gained it…one ounce at a time! She is down over 25 pounds and counting - based on reason, not rationing.  She Linda is re-engaged in her own personal relationship with herself.

 

The obesity and type 2 Diabetes epidemic is costing us billions … and is killing more Americans than any other factor.  Millions of dollars-per-minute are being spent selling us bad food and worse drugs to commercially fix a self-inflicted problem that we can fix …for free.  Linda Wagner is on it!  Linda believes in Linda!  And Linda, with some real guidance, not gimmicks, is changing food from an adversary to an ally!

The working title of her upcoming book is “Get Me Out Of This Fat Suit- Confessions of a true Fatty” .  To learn more about Linda and her war on weight please see: http://newdiabetesrx.com/category/future-former-fatty/ 

 

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