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old issue, new approach


Sunday, December 02, 2012

I started aborting health as a main priority and gave way to taste. I chalk it up to being human, yet it might be the addictive chemicals in foods or just emotional stressors. Either way I gained weight and sure enough the negative things that go along with that was and are coming back. And that's just not cool, never was, never is.

So what's my gameplan?? Well, to try a nutritional and hormonal shift. I think estrogen, sugar, cravings, and damn near binging are factors that hold me back. Maybe even low vitamin D for not making effort to get into sunshine. I work, i get tired, i come home, i want to feast and crash. that's not how to get lean. that's how to get fat, heavy, sore and add to the issue.

I've been looking more (again) at medicinal mushrooms like reishi and chaga and 24 mushroom blend (which i've had before and felt amazing). it's been a couple years though. i forgot about the angeogenesis inhibitors and the estrogen inhibitors. so basically the science behind it is this: i get some midsection fat, the fat grows tiny capillaries (angeogensis) and that new blood supply helps estrogen form from that fatty area. so mushrooms actually stop both from occurring, which helps the average person and especially a male like me regain some testosterone normalcy which helps me shed fat and gain muscle, which in turn helps me gain more muscle and shed way way more fat. so that's part of my plan. i've also been looking at some yang and jing herbs and teas.

and i keep forgetting the simplicity behind added muscle burns away fat. i should be building more muscle. so there's that too. it's hard when you're really heavy because your body needs about 4 xtimes the average rest for all the repair to keep up with it, but it truly is a snowball effect. after you cross "over" a switch occurrs where you can't help but be active and keep moving to burn off excess energy. that's when working out becomes easy, childs play, fun, and down right challenging in a really good way. and for me that point starts at around 250 lbs. my so called goal or targeted reference point in the horizon is around 205-215 lbs, currently i shot back up this fall to 294 after maintaining around 270 most of the summer/early fall. october was my best month, but this year it reversed polarity and i got sucked into the cravings and let my diet go.

the best part about winter i guess is i get to rekindle that whole warm tea phase and get on some detox stuff that helps promote cleansing. my nutribullet is a year old now and may be starting to show its wear a little bit, but have i ever used the crap out of it, especially for morning breakfast moreso than any other time.

i'm not sure if i have a parasite problem, i don't think i do, i have tulsi to keep candida at bay, but maybe a few more apples would help out a lot, and some more green veggie salad leafy greens for fiber. i think most of my issue is really hormonal. i think i don't have a healthy balance so im struggling with that, and im trying to correct that this december/winter. and finally on top of that, i still haven't done any colon cleanse or juice fasts. i think i'm not detoxing enough.

hmmm so i guess that's it, my new approach to the old issue of weight loss is: medicinal mushrooms.

p.s. please please please please please if you're really actually reading this...research and study the most amazing work summed up by one person to make it as easy as possible...Dan Winter. he's a thin squirrely guy with a little flutter and laugh about him, often with glasses and typically with a beard, he has white hair and knows more about life and science and history and space than any of us, and currently he is my number one recommendation. not even don tolman or david wolfe or viktor schauberger or nassim haramein...at this point in time it is dan winter. his info is straight to the point, and so simple, once you wrap your head around it, man. so give him at least a month of your time, read his articles, check out his websites, ponder his animated renderings, and above all watch his videos. things such as fractal field and golden mean and imploder.

thank you for your time, interest, curiosity, compassion and humanity :)
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M77355 12/6/2012 10:54AM

   
It sounds like you're investigating all health possibilities as to weight gain and will find the key to what works for you. Keep it up and keep leading us, please!

Comment edited on: 12/6/2012 11:00:08 AM

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