Have you ever played a slot machine at a casino?
It is a funny experience, because it always turns out the same.
You go in and sit by a machine.
You look around and there are either mad or worried people playing. The ones that are happy have already left, which is few and far in between.
I had a really happy childhood. I was never abused. I was never neglected. I was middle class. I wasn’t really picked on in school. My parents told me they loved me daily. I was moderately popular. I had plenty of friends. I dated my fair share of cute boys. I got into college without a problem. Today, I am confident, successful and generally content with my life. Dare I say, I am privileged.
Western medicine has done it again. We live in a place where there’s a pill, cream, shot, or inhalant for virtually every disease. And now we’re on the cutting edge of the next “best” thing – the obesity vaccination.
We all have struggles. In life. At work. With our health. They will always be there. I struggle everyday. I am a food addict. I used excuses all my life. Until one day, I chose not to! We know what we are supposed to do but we get caught in “doing what we want to do.” Do any of these excuses sound familiar?
An increasing number of Americans are overweight and obese, yet strategies for losing weight don’t seem to be working. This is because most people are learning how to lose weight from personal trainers, TV doctors, and celebrity chefs. Most of these “so-called experts,” are not familiar with the scientific nutritional literature and simply render their own opinions. It is hard to lose weight, but it best achieved with strategies, which have been clinically tested. Below are three recent fact-based tips to help you lose weight.
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