My Weight Loss Story: How To Lose Weight Safely And Permanently
Wake up call.
That’s what made me wake up. I was 35 years old and in my mind, I was a healthy man, I was just getting older, the fact that I had all those illnesses were part of my bad luck as my DNA is a concern. I was doing ok. Ignorance is bliss, right?
Six Awesome Personal Short Running Stories By Six Everyday People.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. This proverb was expressed by the Chinese philosopher Laozi bests describe the amazing stories this book tails. The journey could be anything from losing weight, getting fit, quit smoking, dealing with alcoholism and so many other endeavors our human psyche is always looking to achieve to fulfill her destiny. I hope the journeys of these six ordinary people will show you that nothing is impossible as long you take the decision to commit and make good time management. Happy reading!
How Running Saved My life
Running is my “Religion”
My favorite sports thought was, and it will be until I leave my last breath on this beautiful green, blue ball, running.
I started running because my father told me a story that when he was a student in high school he won a second or a third place in one of the high school races. I describe this incident in my first book Thirsty for Health a lot because it is one of those incidents that when happened did not think of it much, was not something it registered in my head as something important.
Sweets I Grew Up With
These are some of the sweets that my mother made for me and my siblings while I was growing up and she still does them today.
If you compare the sweets that my mother made with the sweets that are out there they are much much “healthier”.
The good thing about the whole thing is that mother would make these sweets rarely maybe that’s why I did not end up being an obese kid in the first place.
The consumption of white sugar is linked with increased possibility of becoming obese in the future. I was flirting with obesity at some point in my life as you can find out more in my first book Thirsty for Health available both in Kindle and Paperback editions.
Now I know that these sweets are unhealthy and I don’t eat them anymore but that doesn’t mean other people can’t enjoy them and also maybe in the future I will veganize them like I did with many of my mothers’ food as I describe in my second book, The Food I Grew Up With…Veganized! available in both Kindle and paperback editions.
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