Before discovering the Every Other Day Diet, fitness pro Jon Benson was “obese.” Now he’s on magazine covers. It goes to show you what you can do if you set your mind to it. He found out what all the popular weight loss programs miss. It comes down to the crucial concept of combining what you eat with when you eat. Read more to find out what this means and how you can benefit from it.
I am simply going to copy an email that Jon sent me about research studies that will blow you away. He gave me permission to share it with you, so see for yourself how important this information might be for you.
Ever heard the phrase, “Fat-n-Happy?”…
Of course you have. We used to refer to obese guys as a “jolly fat-man”… or perhaps someone who is overweight as “fat-n-happy”.
Is it true? Can (gasp) being overweight actually make you happy?
Rather than giving you my opinion on the matter, I take a look at three national studies on this page.
The presentation is only 5 minutes long… and I reveal the number one case for alarm in the United States and Canada.
Read that again: The Number 1 Cause For Alarm.
And I’m NOT an alarmist… I’m a rationalist. But stats like these do not lie.
They cannot lie.
And this deals with our children.
Please… click here and go see: FitOver40
P.S. I can tell you from my own first-hand experience, which I document in “Fit Over 40”, that my personal 10-year-journey through the muck of obesity was ANYTHING but happy.
I was depressed, to the point of suicide at times (thankfully I never went that far.) I was socially hidden. I wore “fat-clothes” all the time. The few times I HAD to wear jeans or dress pants I rushed home to change into sweats because they were just too damn uncomfortable to tolerate.
Bottom line: I was “fat-n-miserable”.
I think most people who are overweight or obese feel more despair, sadness, or perhaps just really frustrated than “happy”. Of course you can be happy and be any size, color, shape, etc. But I’ll tell you from my experience that I am MUCH happier now that I’m fit and trim.
Part of that is just because I feel better. The other part is how the brain functions. When you’re more active, you release more “feel-good” hormones… and these are powerful anti-blues hormones… they really make you feel like a champ. At least that’s been my experience.
But go watch the 5-min video and see what you think…click here: FitOver40
That’s it for now. Let me know what you think about Jon’s video. Thanks!
Help with the every other day diet,
- Should Fatties Get a Room? (Even on TV?) (marieclaire.com)
- Overweight Couples on Television – Do Fat Characters on TV Offend Viewers – Marie Claire (fatchic.net)
- Parents of fat kids refuse to see problem: doctor survey (globaltvbc.com)