Don’t believe that you need to lose weight. Instead, think about how you can change your lifestyle.
If you decide that you want to lose weight, don’t immediately start a diet. This could mean you buy a bigger size dress than you actually need or you have to get a larger belt. An increase in your waistline may indicate that your heart is feeling the weight of extra fat.
It is time to make changes, but they cannot and should not be used to overcome a temporary problem. It is better to make a change in your lifestyle than go on a diet. It is clear that the things you have tried so far are not working. Perhaps it is time to change.
Do not be too eager to shed those extra pounds. Give yourself enough time to do so safely. You did not gain weight overnight, so don’t expect your body to lose those extra pounds overnight.
You have probably realized by now that the diets you tried don’t work. It’s time for a new approach. It’s time to change your life style.
Long-term goals are important. Find out your caloric needs based on your gender, height, age, and level of physical activity. If you are looking to lose 1 pound per week, subtract 500 calories from your daily diet plan. Although it may not seem like much, you can lose even more weight by increasing your physical activity. The crowning point? Stop eating fast food, as they are high in saturated fats, salt, and carbs.
Yes, we all know that in times of stress, rushing to get from one place to another, working late, etc., it’s easier to turn to processed food and fast food. These foods are loaded with chemicals to enhance color and Nitrites to extend the shelf life. Don’t forget about canned and boxed items.
We should be aware of the ingredients we are eating and the manufacturers we are being fed. It is a good habit to read labels.
Change your life style to include protein, vegetables and low-sugar fruits.
Are you adamant that your lifestyle could lead to cancer? 18 years ago, just before I was diagnosed with cancer, I believed the modern medical theories about how cancer is caused. They said that it was genetic and that the disease had been passed on to you by your ancestors. They were the scientists who had all the answers, and I believed them. My father passed away from prostate cancer. I was very fortunate to have made the right decision. To cure my cancer, I chose to use Thompsonian Naturopathic Medicine. This meant I wasn’t going to use modern medicine; I would only use natural healing techniques.
My naturopathic doctor said that I was genetically predisposed to develop prostate cancer. He then gave me a sketch of how cancer starts. Each person has a different set of genetic weaknesses. Imagine the organs in your body as a chain. Next, visualize the chain being pulled by your lifestyle. Your life style will determine which link is weakest.
My weaknesses were in my liver, prostate, lungs and low back. These are my weakest genetic links. Those were my weakest genetic links in the years prior to the diagnosis. My lungs were constantly causing me pain, my right hip and right knee were an issue, and I experienced severe pain between my shoulder blades (a sign of gall bladder and liver problems).
These problems would disappear if I made enough changes in my life, according to the naturopath.
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It was still difficult for me to believe that my lifestyle had any connection with the cancer. Here’s why. I lived the American way of life. My habits were moderate. I didn’t do anything excessive. I did eat white bread, but I used sugar moderately. I also drank coffee one day a week and occasionally ate meat. I ate a variety of fruits and vegetables, and took vitamins. Fast food was something I only ate once or twice per week. I was very healthy. I was a second-degree blackbelt in karate at that time and practiced every day. I didn’t take any medications, and I hadn’t ever suffered from a major illness. In fact, I think I was better than average in terms of my health habits.
However, I believed the naturopath. So I did exactly what he recommended to cure my cancer.
The doctor told me to do the opposite. I gave up meat and started eating vegetables. I also stopped eating refined white bread and began eating 100 percent whole wheat. I also stopped eating white rice and started eating brown rice. I tried something new: I cleansed and detoxified. I stopped eating solid foods and started juicing fast with herbs.
This principle was extended to other areas in my life. I began to look at my entire life and decided to change. I quit working for money and began working in a job I enjoyed, to make a living. I avoided or ended all relationships with people and situations that were negative. I developed a relationship with God.
To my surprise, the cancer went away, as did all the other issues, exactly like the naturopathic doctor predicted. I didn’t go back to my old lifestyle. I am happier and more healthy than ever. I have never had a single sick moment in the past 18 years.
Take a look at your life. Would you be willing to give up your good habits for a better life? Do you eat so many garbage foods that you are willing to die for a better life? As a Thompsonian Naturopath, I have witnessed people die instead of changing their lives. Consider this: it is possible to choose honorable causes for your death, rather than surrendering.