His story gained the attention of Subway and he now serves as a national spokesman. In 2006, Fogle founded The Jared Foundation to help curb childhood obesity. He said he hopes to find a way for his foundation to more directly help Eric and other students in Franklin, Ind. Reading about Eric’s struggles, the taunts, the broken furniture, the emotional struggles, reminded Fogle of his own life as an overweight kid in high school. He said he wants to meet Eric, but he doesn’t want to pressure him.
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Christie says he can’t ‘let go’ of Springsteen, talks about weight loss
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Based on this and other studies, Tuomilehto said, a weight-reduction program with lifestyle counseling should be a part of the routine treatment for http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 all obstructive sleep apnea patients who are obese. “We believe it represents the first-line treatment in the early phases of the disease and has a good chance of curing the disease or at least preventing the progression,” Tuomilehto said. For the study, his team randomly assigned 57 moderately obese people with mild sleep apnea to a yearlong supervised program of diet and exercise designed to get them to lose weight. Others in the study were given general information on diet and exercise. During four years of follow-up, those who lost at least 5 percent of their body weight (an average of 11 pounds) saw dramatic improvement in their sleep apnea, the researchers found.
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A Little Weight Loss May Ease Sleep Apnea
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