This year is coming to a close in less than forty-eight hours. For those of you who have been waiting for the infamous Times Square ball to drop to commit to getting your health back, the most exciting adventure of your life is about to begin!
If you commit 100% to nutritarian eating as taught by Dr. Fuhrman in his books, newsletters, lectures, teleconferences, and articles, you will eventually live in freedom from toxic food addiction and get your health and life back. Guaranteed.
You must become a serious student and give it your all as if your very life depended on getting an ‘A’ in Overcoming Food Addiction; because without a doubt, it does! (Note: 100% commitment does not mean that you will never stumble along the way. However, it does mean that when slip-ups happen, you'll get up quickly, dust the dirt off, and keep running towards the goal of optimal health.)
Excess weight will drop off, and medical stats will improve significantly as a by-product of replacing artificial and toxic substances with excellent nutrition.
In 2010, don’t settle for anything less.
Go for it! You can do it!
I wrote the following on July 9, 2008; the day before committing to nutritarian eating:
I feel sluggish most of the time with a cloud of malaise overshadowing my energy, even after a good night’s rest. The bones and joints in my feet hurt. My knees ache. My feet, hands, and face are puffy. I’m bloated and my belly is extended. I could pass for looking eight or nine months pregnant. My lower back gets stiff and hurts after I sit for any length of time. I never have a break from this burden of obesity unless I lie down. I carry it around day in and day out. It is with me wherever I go. The slow spiral into this dark abyss has arrived ever so slowly. I am now bound and gagged in its prison cell. Stuck. It’s time to climb out and feel the sunshine on my face, and breathe fresh air again. It’s time to live again.
The following was written one year later; July 9, 2009:
Soon after a professional photo shoot (below) to document the one year anniversary of beginning my transformation, I celebrated by going on a bike ride. Not using the best of caution, I zoomed down a hill on a gravel road. My front tire lost control in the loose stones, and you can imagine what happened next. I ended up in another photo shoot, in a hospital radiation lab, lying flat on my back under an x-ray machine. Although I was in excruciating pain and feeling miserable, I leapt with joy on the inside when I overheard the technician instruct his assistant to reposition my body because I was thin! (Thankfully, I had no broken bones or serious injuries.)
"Thin." That’s spelled, "T-h-i-n."
That four letter word was music to this woman's ears; the perfect ending to an adventuresome year of transformation!
"What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?" -Vincent van Gogh
One year of nutritarian eating:
|July 2008||July 2009|
|Weight||226 lbs.||138 lbs.|
Let's hear from you. Are you committing to nutritarian eating in 2010? Dr. Fuhrman recommends making your intentions known to at least four people. Here's a great place to start!
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