Tuesday, 16 December 2014


It's about that much feeling of sorrow and compassion to watch the world tell us what we can eat or dare not venture, how much and many is good for us. Thus to help us lose or control our weight. Bogus!!! The abilities of man must fall short on one side or the other, like too scanty a blanket when you are abed. If you pull it upon your shoulders, your feet are left bare; if you thrust it down to your feet, your shoulders are uncovered.

Because it's all about commitment, and the sooner you start the easier it will be. Yes ye can not teach them old dogs new tricks, so let's get it on with some old tricks. The elderly said, if you want it to happen, you must make it happen.  If you let it happen, you won't like what happened. It is quite possible to work without results, but never will there be results without work. So let's get it on. 

Have healthy, easy to eat foods on hand all the time; that way they're ready and within reach when you're tempted to snack or indulge, yet beware of sloth that reluctantly lurches by.

Stay away from salty, fatty, and sugary foods; they'll simple make you crave for more. Heed, heed, dare you lust and lust not.

Drink plenty of water because dehydration can trick you into thinking that you're hungry for unhealthy food. Skip sodas, tea, and coffee, which don't quench your thirst. Gluttony, fill that God giving belly with necessities not superlatives.

Keep stress under control. Greed not for ye fetches none but depression and exhaustion.

Eat regularly to keep yourself from getting too hungry and splurging on junk. Junk at a point will only exudate in you but that pride to eat whatever you like will conjure you to choke on junk. 

Cook more food than you need for a meal, and freeze the rest for leftovers. Heat them up when you're too tired to fix something healthy. Spare thy wrath and iniquities of vengeance on fast foods.

Make healthy food taste delicious by making it more flavorful. Season your meal with garlic, vegetable oils, onions, or vinegar instead of salt. Envy eats nothing, but its own heart, do not bother what thy neighbour eats. 

Most of the things we do, we do for no better reason than that our father's have done them or our neighbors do them, and the same is true of a large part than what we suspect of what we think.