To get just a little personal, my husband, who just happened to see a Meal Measure on Dr. Oz for the first time, is a diabetic. He has been for many years. Weight loss has been a constant battle for him, and if there isn’t some way to control meal portions, or to be accountable, it is a losing battle. He needs to control the kinds of foods he eats as well. [I am sorry to report that on August 6, 2017, my dear husband passed away suddenly in his sleep. He had a heart attack in 2007 and 2015 and had other heart and health issues. I am devastated, he is deeply missed by me.]
I am not extremely overweight, but struggle to keep an extra 20-30 lbs. of extra weight off.
We have tried more than a few weight loss programs, and they work for a time, but as soon as they are finished, they are finished…and the weight comes back on. In fact, it seems like each time it comes back on, there is more of it.
So this simple weight control tool seems like the perfect solution for us. I can cook just like I always do, and we can use the Meal Measure to portion our foods.
In time, I’m hoping that we will not have to keep track of our meals on paper, or on the computer, the tools we use to input every meal we eat each day and get a report on how we are doing. I am counting on the Meal Measure to make life a lot easier and eating a lot more enjoyable.