"I started traveling for my job about three years ago," he says. "Before I started traveling, my weight was around 230. I've added 30 pounds to that." He asks Dr. Phil, "I may be king of the road, but I don't want a king-sized waistline. Can you help me?"
While the demands of Carey's job are certainly a priority, so is taking care of himself. "You're willing to put yourself last," Dr. Phil says. "What I'm wanting you to do is get much, much more assertive about all of this with yourself ... You have to stop putting yourself at the bottom of your list. You aren't selfish to claim the right to take care of yourself."
"You say you don't exercise at night because you're just too tired," Dr. Phil tells Carey. "I exercise every single day and probably half of the time I am just too tired to do it ... About halfway through the first set [of tennis], my blood starts flowing, and I walk out of there with 10 times more energy than I did walking in. The idea is to do it whether you feel like it or not."
Dr. Phil and nutritionist J.J. Virgin offer tips for how to stay healthy when you're eating in a restaurant or on the go. Read their advice.