Seems like everyone’s worried about their health, and the health of their families.
Like 2 of 3 Americans, either they, their spouses, or their kids are heavy and/or obese.
Despite their best attempts to make healthy lifestyle choices, they’re unsuccessful at losing weight, putting them at risk for chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
I understand. I know that being heavy & obese, more than anything, is a spiritual condition. It hurts to be fat.
But it feels good when you learn to take control of your weight. I know I went from 267 to 216 — have lost 51 lbs and am working towards losing the rest.
Alcoholism and obesity are clearly related because excessive alcohol use can lead to weight gain and the emergence of obesity. Alcohol increases calorie consumption without delivering critical nutrients because it is heavy in calories and has little to no nutritional value. Additionally, drinking alcohol can increase appetite and mask typical hunger signals, which can cause people to eat more food—often unhealthily high-calorie selections. Alcohol can decrease self-control and judgment, which can result in overeating and bad food decisions. In such cases, go to https://privatealcoholrehab.co.uk/therapies-for-alcoholism/.
There’s hope. I can show you how you possess the power to heal yourself. So you can lead by example, and then go and heal others.
You’ll feel and look better than you have in years.