Something that I’ve learned on this journey is that the food I grew accustomed to eating is half of what it used to be. Our grandparents were living high on the hog, considering the fact they were eating just the pig and nothing else added. Nowadays you get a whole bag of goodies with healthy … Continue reading The American Dream is Full of Fillers
Well I’ve been on this weight loss journey for awhile and I must say I’ve been up and down weight wise. I’ve also been educating myself on why I’m this way and what I can do to change myself for the better. Here’s what I learned about my weight and the culture I’ve lived in … Continue reading Sugar: The sweet and steady poison.
I was never a huge Apple fan to begin with, but after seeing the suicide nets on their factory dormitory buildings, I am down right disgusted by them. But, before I researched for this article that’s all I knew. That whatever suicide problem Apple was having, they decide to put nets up, not say, fix … Continue reading Apple entangled in suicide nets
Rich or poor, if you live in this country, you’re American. But if you’re poor, the American lifestyle can really take a toll on you. Most places that are a low income area, don’t have a full service grocery store, or a farmers market. Instead, there are more convenience stores and corner stores that rarely … Continue reading Obesity’s relationship with poverty
Three days in and I have yet to only eat the calories I was allowed by the app I’ve decided to use. The amount is about 1600 calories without working out. It adds more calories to my allowance when I log in exercise, I have yet to log any. I have, however logged everything and … Continue reading The struggle continues…
I’m fat. Overweight, obese, or large, whatever you call it, I’m that. When I was younger I played volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball and I competed in speed skating. Until I hit puberty stopped sports and began hating my body. Now I stand here 5’2 at 215 Ib. From my own experience it was my mindset … Continue reading Obesity starts in the mind
When I began to research for this article I was not surprised to see that Bayer, the creators of heroin, are being sued for their product xarelto. As I dug a little deeper I found that Bayer has a horrible history. Starting with the fact that they were a part of the company IG Farben, … Continue reading Testing prescription drugs on the public