Yesterday I was at the ball game, Rays v. Orioles, and was proud to see the Iowa lad, Jeremy Hellickson, win his third-straight.
As you can imagine, food at the ball park ain’t necessarily “healthy” – but I must say that where I sit, it is. Even so, one row beneath me, even when there are plenty of healthy choices, a mid-50’s mom and pop – make me shake my head a time or three.
For example, the couple get up from their seats and go into a small buffet molesting room. But instead of returning with something wholesome and fresh, they come back with a plate loaded with pie, cookies and cakes. Once in a while this is fine by me – but they do this at every game. And it shows.
After returning from two months abroad, each person looks a good 20 “el bees” heavier. That’s Fureyese for “lbs.”
At first I assumed I knew why they were so much heavier. I figured it was the pies, cakes and cookies. But when I saw what they were drinking, a brighter light went off inside.
“I’ll have a diet coke,” said the woman to the waitress.
“I’ll have one, too,” said her hubby.
A diet coke?
You may think this isn’t such a bad idea – but think again. Do you realize what goes into a diet soda? If you did you wouldn’t drink one – EVER.
People have been conned to believe that artificial sugars are better for you than sugar.
But this is totally false. No, I”m not saying sugar is good for you. What I’m saying is that sucralose, aspartame and so on are bad, bad news.
Some years ago I began writing about the dangers of diet soda and people began to dump them down the drain in droves. At the time I thought that they contribute to many problems: migraines, seizures and so on. But now I know they are even WORSE than I thought.
Back in February I interviewed a cancer survivor, Ted Nicholas, who told me he is certain that diet sodas and artificial sweeteners gave him bladder cancer. And he’s not an isolated case. There is no possible benefit in dumping a 12-ounce can of chemicals into your body – no matter what the advertisements say.
If you drink coffee or tea – drink it straight. And if you don’t like the taste, use a sweetener like honey or stevia – not the sweet and blow you see in the pretty yellow packages.
Incidentally, I am getting more and more thrilled by the day with the new program I’ll be releasing very soon. So thrilled that I continue to add to it – and I’m planning a fitness seminar in early October that will smash the doors down and turbo-reverse the aging process like nothing else I have ever released before.
Not only that, but you’ll get leaner far faster than anything else you’ll ever do. I’m living proof as I spent the entire summer perfecting this program – and upon my return everywhere I go, people are STUNNED. And that’s saying a LOT.
Stay tuned for information on this forth-coming seminar – which you WILL want to attend – no matter what.
In the interim, dump the diet cokes and artificial sweeteners. Read the labels of everything you want to purchase. You’ll be amazed, I think, that crap is even put into most so-called health supplements.