Is Obesity a Disease? Or is it a Choice?

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This is a graph of my weight loss. I have calculated precisely my daily calorific requirement. I know my shortfall. So I can calculate very precisely how to control the loss or gain almost daily. IMHO, anyone can do this, if they have a computer with a spreadsheet. IT AIN’T ROCKET SCIENCE.

Link to Periscope video on katch

The above video is a Periscope video I did on the subject of obesity, where I show how I went from 87.5 kg on 1st June, to 76.4 kg on 11th November just by changing my diet.

I do not think that obesity should be treated as a disease, unless it is a mental disease. If you eat the wrong “food” (if you can call it that), you will gain weight, if you do not use the energy.

The wrong stuff is any wheat product (bread, pasta, noodles), rice, potatoes, sugar, especially high fructose corn syrup, alcoholic beverages. Go easy on fruits (contain fructose) and protein (in meat, mainly).

Eat FAT, FAT, FAT!!!! Nuts,(Coconuts, walnuts) Olive oil, flax oil, eggs, meat (grass fed), fish, chia seeds, hemp seeds, butter, yoghurt (esp. probiotic yoghurt), avocados, green leafy vegetables, berries.

Make sure that 60% of your energy intake comes from fat and that you do not eat more protein in grams than your body weight in kg.

Get off your backside and exercise – walk 10,000 steps a day – it is not difficult. Ride a bike. Go swimming.

Get rid of stress in your life. Meditate. Do yoga. Make love.

GO FOR IT!

 

 

 

 

Author: Steve0412

Steve Pickering lives in Denmark, is English and born in 1953. Health and fitness has always been an interest. He was startled by the positive results of adopting the Sakharoff Protocol. So he decided to help Misha Sakharoff produce and promote a video course to help people improve their health. Along with his work with Misha, he teaches English privately.

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