How many times do we hear the words “eating healthy” in a day?
It’s big buzz on all the news, on TV, on a lot of radio talk shows, in the newspapers, magazines and from your friends, family and co-workers mouths . . .
How ‘bout this: “I’m ‘eating healthy’ now – not to lose weight!”
Is this a big bag of BS, or what? Especially when someone desperately needs to lose weight and be on a serious low carb diet combined with daily cardio – which they really do not want to do.
Everyone says they want true and everlasting weight loss – yet they’re not willing to put in the time, the energy and the effort to give up all their carby- crap foods they eat that keep them fat
Think about this: You’re female, 5’ 2” tall and weigh northwards of 250 pounds (that you’ll even admit to) and you have the audacity to tell me that you’re “eating healthy” and not to lose weight?
Are you crazy or just still in major denial?
What exactly does “healthy eating” mean to you?
And if you’re not eating to lose your unhealthy, unwanted weight once and for all – WTF are you doing?
Let’s hear it, folks, I’m all ears – cos we all have our own ideas about what “healthy eating” really is – yet our country’s obesity epidemic is growing by leaps, bounds and incredible excess pounds . . .