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The Top 6 Reasons Why You Are Fat, Sick, and Depressed…

And What YOU Can Do About It!  (PDF version here) 

6 Fat Factors

#1: Food Choices

         -  Junk Vs. Food

Too much junk, too much of the time (food and beverages);

too little of what the body actually needs, too little of the time.



#2:  Activity Level

– Inactivity Vs. Exercise

Too much sitting/laying around (most often media-related);

too little physical activity and exercise.


#3: Sleep and Rest

         – Constant Stress Vs. Sleep and Rest

Too much stress and “quick fix” behavior;

                           too little rest, sleep, and focused relaxation.


#4: Timing

Wrong Time Vs. Right Time

                  Eating, sleeping, and starting your day late;

                           Not getting up, nourishing yourself, and starting life early.


#5: Emotional Management

         – Self-Medication Vs. Need Fulfillment

                  Self-medication through food, media, and other addictions;

                           too little identification and fulfillment of actual needs.


#6: Social Interaction

Consuming Vs. Creating

                  Too much consuming junk together (food and media);

                           too little gathering to create something beautiful together.




Transform your body – Transform your life!




Jack LaLanne – “If man made it, I don’t eat it!”

Isabel de los Rios – “If you can’t read it, don’t eat it!”

Jillian Michaels – “If it didn’t grow out of the ground, or didn’t have a mother, don’t eat it!”


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