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In cooking and in weight loss, it’s all there on a plate for you. We’ll find it together.

Russ Lane | Chef. Writer. Maintenance Advocate. Relentlessly Pleasant.

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15 Years Ago I Lost 200 Pounds only to find my journey just began. No weight loss expert could help. So now I help others answer “Now what?” for themselves.

Burned out on "weight loss success story" talk? Me too. What doesn't get mentioned: for all the clamor around weight loss — whether you should or shouldn’t, and how — only 6 percent of people who lose weight keep it off within three years. And yet the diet industry was last estimated at $64 billion in the U.S. alone.

"Keeping weight off" doesn't just happen: after losing 200 pounds with everything obesity could throw at him, Russ Lane realized despite all the work involved in beating obesity, everyone assumes you know how to live life as a “thin person.” He was astounded no one thought about the kind of

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LIFE, POST FAT PANTS

The biggest blind spot in weight loss is what "keeping it off" actually means. We shed a light. 

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GIVING LIFE TO HEALTHY LIVING 

Have it all by bringing creativity to austere science.

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ADVENTUREON THE ROAD

Russ's media appearances in print, video and screen

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