Two tablespoons to trim: oil that is. No more than that in any given recipe. Recipe, not serving. Why any? Because I know you won’t stick to none. I won’t either. And at times I’ll go beyond my own rule. Some oil/fat is probably good for you. It’s not because of all the reasons you’ve already heard: this oil does this and another oil does that and if you take all that’s recommended of all the oils and plans to incorporate them into your diet, you’ll get all the essential nutrients you need that are covered by fat.
The other result however is that you will become three persons in one.
Isn’t that what governmental forces already have in place as their plans for you, for the purpose of keeping everybody in business and everybody employed, that you essentially have to get fat to support their economic agenda? The pharmaceutical industry, the multitudinous fields of medicine are already working with that model. They’re even making bigger seats for you on buses and planes and trains, and they’re making it against the law to body-shame you for being so fat, because they know it’s not your fault; it’s their plan.
Your body isn’t designed to eat one of every fruit, vegetable, six servings of breads and cereals, so many of dairy, eggs and flesh, beans, nuts, legumes, other grains, oils, fats every single day. Those standards are all recommended by the people in power who wash each others backs in order to stay in business – to stay wealthy. They contribute to political campaigns expecting leaders elected through their money to make policy and laws to keep the public wanting their products, to prevent them from finding out the truth about their products and when per chance they do, then there are laws in place to prevent legal recourse.
A daily recommendation is the prize that every major industry covets.
Entire industries have been built around your body-type and your eating habits, and the people who run these industries are not going to give up those profits by tearing down those industries without a fight to keep you locked inside of your body-type.
So, just in case you all of a sudden break out of their mold and get a conscience regarding the harm your fat is doing to the planet, and decide to shed those pounds, my only hope is that through the suffering you experienced building that fat storage tank of a body, that you learned some coping skills, because you’re going to need them in the tough times ahead dealing with the industries that claimed to love you until you woke up to the reality of your freedom rights instead of waking up again as the lining to their purses. You’re not a piece of fabric.
They will attempt to destroy you. Better dead and fat (yeah, teach everybody else with similar musings by making you an example) than reformed and in control of your own body thus a threat to their economic viability.
It’s a war you’ve unwittingly put yourself into. Best of the world to you on your journey to reclaim your body – as yours. You’re not an industry.
Grazing. If you want to look like a cow then eat like one – all day long. This joke about grazing keeping weight off is somebody’s plan that didn’t get tested before publication. Once you prime the pump it’s over – unless you discipline yourself. Remember, “discipline is the key to all success” says word warrior davies-tight.
You need snacks only when you graze, precisely because you’ve primed your pump to eat every hour or two. Set a schedule: three, two or one time(s) a day. Yes, people can remain perfectly healthy on one meal a day. Other animals do it. How many times a day do you feed your dog? What’s so wrong with the feeling of hunger – as long as you know eventually you’ll eat? Hunger pangs are not signs of impending doom telling you to eat now. Hunger pangs serve another purpose.
Hunger pangs are a physical sign that your internal body is being physically cleaned, swept, vacuumed, washed, rinsed, flushed – just what your body is supposed to do after it assimilates what it needs from the food you ingested. It cleans itself in preparation for the next ingestion. Let it happen. Ingesting more food blocks the process.
Hunger pangs do not tell you that you’re starving, so stop telling yourself you are. No wonder your nerve impulses went awry – you keep telling yourself you’re starving when you’re not. If somebody really is starving, they’re not telling themselves they are. And when they finally eat, they can’t eat a horse; they’re lucky if they can down a couple bites of wet bread. People starving have tiny stomachs that hurt when anything is placed in them.
You on the other hand have a stretched to over-capacity stomach, that you oddly think needs filling ten times or more per day, then you complain when you can’t move from the discomfort. Twenty minutes later you’re starving again. Starving what or whom may I ask? You sound like you’ve got a person in your stomach calling out orders. Next time that happens, yell back, “Who do you think is paying for all this food?”. Tell yourself the same thing you tell your child, “wait till super time”, or “you just ate”, or “later”.
The world regards Americans as wimps. And they’re pretty much right-on. A fat society reflects an over-indulgent, lazy society. Sitting ducks. Fat ducks. Not a good image. Now don’t tell me how much you work. Get trim, compare, then tell me. Better yet, tell yourself. I don’t need to know; I already know.
You need to replace your “O” rings to fix those leaky fatcets. Exercise your lips, so you can keep your mouth shut. Then retrain your arms to do something other than reach for food. Break those patterns by putting up road blocks to those nerve impulses. Create new neural pathways that avoid food. Refuel when needed, using only the highest quality. When you put gas, oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, steering wheel fluid in your car, do you fill beyond capacity? Of course not. You fill to the level designed for optimal performance.
Now if you don’t care about optimal performance why are you wanting to lose weight?