Archive for April, 2014

Shed Those Extra Pounds With The Advice In This Article!

Shed Those Extra Pounds With The Advice In This Article!

It may seem hard to lose weight, but with the proper information you can do it. Where do you begin with all the plethora of information about weight loss?The following tips will give you a great start!

Determine your ideal weight should be. You can find calculators online that will help you determine the perfect program for your ideal body weight. It might not be what you would expect. This information will allow you in setting healthy and reasonable goals.

Obesity and Airplanes

It’s always amazing to me when perspective alters reality. If you read my blog regularly, then you may know that I’ve experienced a lot of peace lately. Living in freedom from the burdens that weighed me down for so long makes the little things in my life much more enjoyable.

I flew home from Colorado last week, and I thought that I’d be nervous flying in coach. I had to do it because there were no non-stop, first-class flights, and paying $ 1200 for a flight with a connection (one of which lacked a first-class section anyway) wasn’t an option for me.

I Want To Be Around For A While… And Be Less Round

My weight has been on the rise lately (as well as my pant sizes) and I’m ready to stop my depression and take action. Yes, I had an injury. Yes, I regained 100 pounds. Now it’s time to suck it up and get over my funk.

Rachel and I had a talk last week and it scared me. She was nervous about the wedding and something else. It took a little prying, but she finally told me that she didn’t want what happened to my dad many years ago, to happen to me. My father passed away when I was one from surgery complications, and the surgery that he had was to help him lose weight (gastric bypass.)

Smoke more low-tar cigarettes!

Just kidding, of course.

But followers of the Wheat Belly discussion understand why we often repeat this message: Just because something bad is reduced or eliminated in cigarettes, it does not follow that cigarettes must now be good. Low-tar cigarettes still contain heavy metals like mercury, lead, and cadmium, as well as nicotine, naphthalene, arsenic, formaldehyde, ammonia and other toxic compounds. Low- or no-tar does NOT mean healthy. This may seem obvious, but it is surprising how many people–physicians and dietitians included–fall for such flawed logic when applied to nutrition.