Tuesday, January 30, 2007

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Friday, January 26, 2007

"Fast Easy Fat Loss"

Speaking strictly for myself, I've found that any "Fast Easy Fat Loss" program to be a prerequisite for failure and just permiates more of what you're trying to get rid of.

At the risk of sounding like a "Dime Store Psycologist" There is nothing that is worth while that comes fast and easy. That includes just about everything there is.

The promise of fast easy money is nothing more than an unscrupulous business trying to bilk money from people, that are desperate enough to believe their bull.

The promise of the better job by employers that dangle the carrot to manipulate the employee into producing more.

Shall I go on or can I get down off my soap box? (:-)

We as Americans are the most obese country in the world and speaking from my own experience I've found that my own struggles with weight loss were emotional in nature and had nothing to do with food.

The weight was but a symptom of deeper issues. Low self esteem and self worth. A lousy self image combined with the constant bombardment of media that suggested we be perfect in every way. I'd put on the emotional feed bag and feel sorry for myself when I couldn't get my pants buttoned.

Then I'd diet and work out, take it off and upon doing so, something would come along and knock me down, then I didn't deserve what happened, feel sorry for myself and eat some more, put on some more fat, and so the merry go round continued. Phew, I'm worn out just typing this kind of insanity. Yes, Insanity! It's True! When you continue to do the same thing over and over, expecting the results to some how be different. That's Just Plain Crazy!

With some outside help I learned to see myself as a viable human being, who at best was imperfect. Once I began to accept myself, The Good and The Bad, my self esteem and self worth grew. I began to eat differently, I worked out for my health and not because I was on a mission to drop 50lbs by next Wednesday. My lifestyle changed and that folks is what the key was for me. Eating is no longer an "Event", simply something I need to do in order to sustain myself.

"We become what we think about," pure and simple. I don't recall who said that but a truer word has never been spoken. A good work out regiment, (And we don't have to try and pick up the gym) a good meal plan and lots of prayer are the keys to the kingdom. As well as a steady and persistant resolve to succeed. Sometimes its two steps foward and three back. We just keep going, No Matter What!

So get down on your knees and ask what ever entity you happen to believe in to give you the strength and the courage to give it one more day or one more hour. I guarantee you'll succeed!

Good Luck and God Bless!

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"How To Beat Diabetes"

I was diagnosed as having diabetes about a year and a half ago and was totally blindsided. After all, I thought I had always taken pretty good care of myself, taken all the latest and greatest nutritional supplements. Did plenty of walking, weight training, even did some running. Diabetes was not something I gave any thought to. It was an illness that happened to the couch potatoes, the overweight, and those with sedintary lifestyles.

I was anything but any of those. Even my job demanded plenty of activity of me. I climbed extension ladders, lifted heavy buckets of mud and paint. Sometimes carrying them quite a good distance. I was strong, I had endurance and I'd not been sick many days in my life.

Since my work was done mainly outside and in the southwestern part of the U.S. I didn't recognize the first symptom of thirst. It was subtle. I began to consume oceans of water to no avail. I carried a 2.5 gallon cooler of water with me and by 9 am I had to refill it. But the denial thing wouldn't let me even look at how much water I was consuming. At the end of the day I did notice that I was more tired than normal and still thirsty.

I concluded that the tiredness was a direct result of not taking the right kind of vitamins. I ignored the thirst.

Now in spite of the activity in my life, I still had the battle of the bulging mid section to contend with, when I started to lose weight I remember thinking that I must be doing something right so I also pretty much ignored the second symptom which was sudden weight loss.

The weight loss was a contradiction since I was eating everything in site. I couldn't get enough. I had this insatiable appetite and yet I was losing weight at an alarming rate. Another symptom I refused to acknowledge.

When I finally lost 40 of the 185lbs that I weighed and could barely get out of bed in the morning because I was so exhausted. I'd come to in the morning and think I'd just fallen asleep and for whatever reason had awaken prematurely only to discover that I'd actually been asleep all night. It was then that I surrendered to the fact that perhaps something was wrong. Duh!

How could it be? Hadn't I tried to do the right things?

What I discovered was that I'd left out a very basic component of the equation. I never really paid much attention to what I was putting in my belly at meal and snack time. I always justified poor choices with, "I'll just do extra time on the tread mill or walk a few extra blocks". etc, etc.

I'm not saying that good nutritional supplements and exercise don't work. They do work. But you've got to take away the fatty foods and sweets made with all the fat.

Poor eating and exposure to harsh chemicals from my trade set me up for diabetes. Both attributed to my immune system being weakened allowing diabetes to rear it's ugly head.

I've gone from oral medication to insulin dependency to at the date of this writing, free of any medications to control my blood sugar levels.

Exercise, nutritional supplements and diet is How to Beat Diabetes. It's not easy at times and yet most of the time It is second nature. Too many other health issues are associated with high blood sugar that cannot and must not be ignored.

Take Care Of Your Body and It'll take care of You!

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