This is What Doctor would Do while they trying to Lose Weight – a Old School New Body Review by Sara

Name: Sara
Age: 48
Family Status: Married
Occupation: Physician
Hometown: Port Moody, British Columbia
Pounds or Inches Lost: I lost 34 pounds! My body fat size was 9-10 to 3-4!
Starting Weight: 146 pounds
Current Weight: 112 pounds

1. What made you choose to lose weight?

I turned 49 and I wanted to look great for my 50th birthday.

2. What were the most important changes you made to lose weight?

Portion control with no snacking. I started eating breakfast and started a strict exercise regimen including cardio, core training and weight training.

3. What was most challenging on the subject of losing weight?

24 hour-long work shifts where stress makes you want to snack and healthy choices are hard to find.

4. How long did it take you to begin to see results?

45 days.

5. How long achieved it take that you can achieve your current weight?

12 months.

6. How long perhaps you have maintained your bodyweight loss and how will you do it?

5 months.

7. How has your daily life changed given that you’ve lost weight?

Improved self-esteem. It’s much easier to handle my very stressful job of being a obstetrician-gynecologist.

8. How did Old School New Body help you reach your weight loss goals?

I finally saw results after I adopted Old School New Body Diets!

Weight loss tip #1

Exercise aerobically 4-5 times a week.

Weight loss tip #2

Include resistance and weight training.

Weight loss tip #3

Eat 3 meals plus a few snacks each day.

Weight loss tip #4

Eat 3 meals plus a few snacks each day.

Weight loss tip #5

Portion control.


Protein shake on workdays, cereal with skim milk and 1/2 banana, coffee.


Hearty soup.


Salad with low-fat dressing, grilled chicken or fish or red meat with a steamed green vegetable.


I like energy bars. I am addicted to caramel rice cakes. I also like to snack on fruit.

Weight Training

Sets of 25-30 reps with 3 sets of each exercise at a weight that I can just feel resistance and becomes difficult at 25 reps.


30-40 minutes of running interval training sessions for usually 3-4 miles.

Louis Muraoka, Ph.D., the world’s leading expert on Several diets and founder of the DietPlan Review Inc.