So I tell myself constantly that it's a bit silly that my prime inspiration for losing weight and getting fit is to fit into a better sized diaper but as many of you already pointed out, any inspiration is good inspiration for better health!
The best / snugged shaped and fitting diaper for me at the moment is a Depends Overnight Large Fitted Brief w/ the 3 tapes, but the cheap plastic kinda chafes over time.
The less chafing one is Large Attends Waistband w/ 3 tapes but it goes up way too high and is just a bit tooooo big.
My goal is to fit into an Abena M4 Abri-Form X Plus. I'm told that a waist size 34-ish is about an average size for a great fit on those, and I'm told that is a realistic waist for an inshape average male 6'1", some even a bit less depending on build.
I'm 262 right now, at 6'1" so I'm definitely able to lose quite a bit to get out of the Obese range / risky health zone.
After consulting nutritionists and reading several books / watching documentaries, I've determined the following:
For good old fashioned safe healthy weight loss, A few tips:
--Drink more water. 1 pint a day isn't good, drink 8+ pints /day depending on weight/build
--Don't eat processed foods, fast foods, and bagged/boxed/canned prepared foods
--Don't eat/drink alcohol/sugar
--Eat a little less meat and dairy.
--Eat a little more fruit
--Eat a HUGE amount more vegetables than usual
--If not doing any hardcore exercise, at least go for a 10 min walk in the morning and at night, longer if you can.
I figure those sound like basic, non extreme tips and if followed, surely it is a given that one's health would improve.
Any other hot tips? I really would like to fit into an M4 !!!!!