It is amazing all the articles written about what it is that is making our fellow humans overweight and obese. I have compiled a list of articles listing out what is making us fat. I will post some links at the end of this article.
I’ve heard such a list of “the one thing” that make us fat, but I don’t believe 1 thing makes us gain weight. It is a list of things, combinations; the perfect storm.
So, what ONE thing on this list has made me fat? How about you?
There are so many myths about what is making our friends, neighbors, family AND enemies fat that it is getting difficult to recognize the actual culprit. We KNOW what to do, we KNOW what to eat, we KNOW we are gaining weight.
ALL OF THESE MADE ME FAT… and ATTENTION TO ALL OF THESE made me thin again. Each one of us has the ability to change our personal future. Each one of us has free will. It is a matter of being mindful and choosing the healthier alternative.
Temptation has always been there and it will continue to be there, we just need to learn to brush it away and grab an apple instead. (Pun intended)
3 Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden’?” – BibleGateway.com NIV
My personal story:
I realized my health was declining, my weight was increasing, my pain levels were increasing, and I was sick all the time. Hence, attention to prevention (or in my case repair).
Through attention to what I eat, how much I move, what toxins I surround and slather upon myself, and disproving the time and money myths, I have been able to lose the weight, gain TONS of energy, lose the pharmaceuticals, and cut back to one cold per year. My asthma is all but eliminated, my depression is controlled without Rx, I don’t need pain meds all the time, and I can walk 60 miles at a time.
If you would like more information, or to discuss what a plan for you might look like, contact me.
MAKE IT A GREAT WEEK!!!
(HERE’S YOUR PROMISED LIST OF LINKS)
- Lack of Sleep
- Medical condition
- Not eating enough
- Eating “low fat” foods
- Lack of Fiber
- Too Much stress
- Lack of Sleep
- Lack of fatty acids
- Diseases & Illness
- Birth control
Among the randomly selected children in this study, 31.4% of 2-year-olds were already classified as obese, and 32.7% of 4- and 5- year olds.
"Overall, children drinking sugar-sweetened beverages on a regular basis have 17% to 20% increase in total calorie consumption," the researchers write in the paper.
- Gut is slow
- Body doesn’t have enough of certain nutrients
- Getting older
- Plantar Fasciitis or other aching joints
- Cushing’s syndrom
- Foods labeled “low fat”
- Late Nights
- Good Manners
- Portion sizes