At this point, I have a lot of body fat hanging off me in very disgusting fashion. I'm sick of being a slob and have been working on changing it. A month ago, I made a lifestyle change to be healthy for the rest of my life. Diets don't work as they are a temporary fix to a permanent problem. Since that change, I have lost 41 pounds. People are noticing, my clothes are fitting better, (dropped 4 pants sizes and one shirt size) and I feel all-around wonderful. It's fucking addicting, man. It's like a drug that I've never had before. I love the feeling of improving myself. Even though I am a house, my body is not in that bad of shape. My weight rolled on VERY fast due to a multitude of problems, the biggest one being shear laziness. No excuses. My blood work came back perfect - even the cholesterol is fine which is odd considering you don't become a fat fucker like myself by eating veggies and whole foods. Blood sugars are ok, etc, etc. Even my heart is perfect. I am seizing this time in my life to become healthy so I can live the rest of my years happy instead of a daily struggle to do the things that everybody else can. For fucks sake I want to buy clothes like normal people. A little history. I have always been able to gain/lose weight very fast. Throughout high school (ten years ago now - I'm 27 now) I hovered in the 260-280 range at 6'-2". I played a lot of sports - loved basketball, football. Was quite active. Beginning of senior year I weighed 275. I decided to lose weight, so I did. I went from 275 to 209 in about four months. I held that weight for about 4 years. I started to pack weight on in about 2002. I went from 210 to 260 in about two years. From that point, it snowballed something fierce. I completely let myself go and just didn't care about anything anymore mostly including myself. A month ago, I looked at myself in the mirror and realized that I had become what I absolutely hated about other people. I didn't care about myself and it showed. I physically repulsed myself, and made a pact to change my life. I weighed 428lbs. After a month of completely changing my diet and getting off my fat ass and being more active, I weighed in this morning at 387. It's a very small chip knocked off the fat-block, but enough of one to prove to myself that I can and will do this. My morning supplements: 1 - One A Day Multivitamin 1 - Extended Release B12 1 - Complex B Vitamin 1 - (1000mg) Fish Oil 1 - (600mg) Calcium Supp My midday supplements: 1 - Fish Oil My evening supplements: 1 - Fish Oil What should I add/delete? My diet consists of no processed foods and tons of chicken, no-fat cottage cheese, tuna, veggies, whole grains, 64oz water. (no soda, juice, coffee, etc) I eat the majority of my calories in the morning to keep some energy for the day. I started the ER B12 vitamin about two weeks ago and it helps immensely. As far as my activities go, it's very hard for me to do a lot of strenuous work because of my size. I do a lot of cardio on the treadmill. (trying for 2 miles a day - that was very difficult at first, but it's getting easier the more weight comes off) I've also been doing a ton of landscaping on my house the last week or so and that has really helped rebuild some muscles that I long forgot about. Obviously the smaller I get, the more in-depth stuff I can and will do. Sorry it's so long. Thanks for reading, and don't go too harsh on me.