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A Weight Loss Plan For YOU - Because You Like To Eat At Fast Food Restaurants


A Weight Loss Plan For YOU - Because You Like To Eat At Fast Food Restaurants



Everyone knows that there really is no "one size fits all" for anything ... and certainly not a weight loss plan or method! If you've been trying for very long to lose those few (or not so few) extra pounds, then you likely have tried many diets ... most unsuccessfully.

Diets don't work for many reasons ... but one of the main reasons is because the system just isn't YOU! It doesn't work with YOUR personality, YOUR lifestyle or YOUR budget. Or maybe it just involves too much food preparation, too many foods you don't like or can't afford, or maybe too many restrictions without enough exceptions.

Based on the diets you have tried in the past, you probably now have a pretty good idea of what would be a good fit for you. YOU know your lifestyle, YOU know your food preferences (or non-preferences) and YOU know what kind of time or money you have available to allocate to your dieting efforts.

And you also know your weaknesses ... which is really what causes dieters to fail. Everyone has at least one "weakness" that always seems to trip up their attempts at losing weight. What is yours?

"One size fits all" diets can't focus on any one particular "issue" so you are left without any guidance as you try to deal with whatever it is that consistently causes you problems in losing and keeping the weight off.

Not anymore!

A Weight Loss Plan For YOU - Because You Like To Eat At Fast Food Restaurants is all about helping people like you who have trouble losing weight because your lifestyle involves a lot of fast food dining. Everything is written and presented with the fast-food dieter in mind.

The first part of this book will give you tips on how to eat at fast food places ... when, what, why, how much, etc. Then we'll discuss some exercise options and recommendations ... giving you tips and suggestions to get you exercising in order to make your weight loss efforts more noticeable (but it's not as bad as you might think!) And then we'll go into some mindset motivational tips designed just for the person who eats out or on-the-go a lot ... little things that can make a huge difference in your results.

The second part of the book is where we pull it all together. Regardless of how you choose to approach losing weight, there are some tips and suggestions that will help any dieter be able to reach that seemingly unattainable goal. Things that will help you get on track and stay on track, things that will help you know what to expect and be prepared so you don't lose your focus, and things that will help you know what to do when you do slip up and start to lose sight of your purpose.

Losing weight is a battle that YOU can win ... with the right approach. Sometimes all it takes is just looking at things from a slightly different perspective ... something that most diet books and programs forget all about.

Choose a diet plan that fits YOU like a glove and you will be further along the pathway to success than ever before.

Scroll up ... and click on the "Buy Now" button to receive almost instant delivery of this book to your Kindle or other reading device. You'll be glad you did!

Everyone knows that there really is no "one size fits all" for anything ... and certainly not a weight loss plan or method! If you've been trying for very long to lose those few (or not so few) extra pounds, then you likely have tried many diets ... most unsuccessfully.

Diets don't work for many reasons ... but one of the main reasons is because the system just isn't YOU! It doesn't work with YOUR personality, YOUR lifestyle or YOUR budget. Or maybe it just involves too much food preparation, too many foods you don't like or can't afford, or maybe too many restrictions without enough exceptions.

Based on the diets you have tried in the past, you probably now have a pretty good idea of what would be a good fit for you. YOU know your lifestyle, YOU know your food preferences (or non-preferences) and YOU know what kind of time or money you have available to allocate to your dieting efforts.

And you also know your weaknesses ... which is really what causes dieters to fail. Everyone has at least one "weakness" that always seems to trip up their attempts at losing weight. What is yours?

"One size fits all" diets can't focus on any one particular "issue" so you are left without any guidance as you try to deal with whatever it is that consistently causes you problems in losing and keeping the weight off.

Not anymore!

A Weight Loss Plan For YOU - Because You Like To Eat At Fast Food Restaurants is all about helping people like you who have trouble losing weight because your lifestyle involves a lot of fast food dining. Everything is written and presented with the fast-food dieter in mind.

The first part of this book will give you tips on how to eat at fast food places ... when, what, why, how much, etc. Then we'll discuss some exercise options and recommendations ... giving you tips and suggestions to get you exercising in order to make your weight loss efforts more noticeable (but it's not as bad as you might think!) And then we'll go into some mindset motivational tips designed just for the person who eats out or on-the-go a lot ... little things that can make a huge difference in your results.

The second part of the book is where we pull it all together. Regardless of how you choose to approach losing weight, there are some tips and suggestions that will help any dieter be able to reach that seemingly unattainable goal. Things that will help you get on track and stay on track, things that will help you know what to expect and be prepared so you don't lose your focus, and things that will help you know what to do when you do slip up and start to lose sight of your purpose.

Losing weight is a battle that YOU can win ... with the right approach. Sometimes all it takes is just looking at things from a slightly different perspective ... something that most diet books and programs forget all about.

Choose a diet plan that fits YOU like a glove and you will be further along the pathway to success than ever before.

Scroll up ... and click on the "Buy Now" button to receive almost instant delivery of this book to your Kindle or other reading device. You'll be glad you did!










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Ta-Ta Tonsils!




Ta-Ta Tonsils!





Taken with a Nikon D80.

* Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/320) [+]
* Aperture: f/8 [+]
* Focal Length: 170 mm [+]
* ISO Speed: 250 [+]

Strobist: SB-800 and SB-600 Strapped to the lens with the lens extended to the 200mm setting. Attached with ball bungees with each flash on opposite side. This created a pseudo ring light appearance. Since I had Becky take the photo, I set the flashes to TTL. Triggered via pop up flash via Nikon CLS/AWS. Shutter speed set to 1/320 to eliminate any reflection directly from pop up flash. f/8 chosen for greater depth of field. ISO was left at 250.

For some time I had worsening halitosis (bad breath), pocket of my tonsils, food accumulation, snoring, and calcifications. I saw the ENT surgeon, Dr. McDonald at the Mayo Clinic a couple of months ago. We decided to proceed with tonsillectomy. My patient schedule was filled out for 2 months so I blocked my schedule and on 4/23/08 I underwent tonsillectomy.

After not eating or drinking after midnight, I showed up around 8 am to the hospital. I was escorted to an outpatient room and changed into hospital attire (Snaps in the back!). A young female IV tech came in and after a few seconds of prodding with a needle, my IV was in. The nursing staff was excellent and friendly. They hung an IV and took vitals. The scale they weighed me on-- IT LIES! :-)

I was then taken to the pre-anesthesia room. Assessed multiple times (spell your full name and what is your birthday) and confirmed what surgery I was having, things were a go. The anesthesiologist and a CRNA came and saw me and the CRNA rolled me to the OR. I was transferred to the OR table. Dr. McDonald came over to say hi. They hooked up my IV. I remember having the thought of "I wonder if I can see the propofol flowing down the IV into my arm". That was my last thought and I started coming awake in the PACU (recovery room). I had been intubated and extubated while I was asleep (hallelujah!). I consciously tried to breathe deeply and wiggle my hands and legs to try and recover as fast as possible from anesthesia. I kept on catching myself wanting to close my eyes and go back to sleep, but I forced myself to stay awake with the goal of recovering and going home. I needed a shot of pain medication in the recovery room (fentanyl). They switched my nose cannula of oxygen to a face mask of oxygen and moisture. I believe the Lord blessed me with a quick recovery, a successful surgery and blessed Dr. McDonald in performing the operation.

I was rolled back up to the semi-private outpatient room (2 person room). After being assessed by the nursing staff, my IV was removed. I quickly changed out of my hospital clothes into some loose fitting basketball pants. Becky waited in the room for me while I got ready. We went down to pickup my medications (narcotic - oxycodone in liquid form, antibiotic - amoxicllin) which it took the pharmacy an HOUR to fill. I fell asleep in the wheelchair. Becky pushed me in the wheelchair to the parking ramp and I climbed in the car. We picked the kids up 1/2 hour early from school and headed home. I proceeded to vomit once from being nauseous, took my first dose of oxycodone, and then went to be bed for an hour nap. I got up and took some tylenol. Drank some water and had a bit of jello. I promptly threw that up too with water coming out my nose! Ugh!

I drank lots of water and managed to keep down some jello. I ate a jello cup with mandarin oranges in it. That was a mistake--they burned the back of my throat! After that and for the rest of the night, I felt nauseous. After going to bed at 10, I got up to urinate at 12. Boy was it every slow, I think I was still affected by anesthesia and the narcotic. I got up again at 2 to urinate. I got clammy and cold and threw water up. I got up at 3 to urinate and couldn't sleep, so I read for 45 minutes. I went back to sleep and got up at 5:55. I drank some water and promptly threw it up along with the mandarin oranges from last night. After that, I haven't thrown up since--must have been those that didn't set well with me. It hurts to swallow more than a couple of times in a row. Consequently, I find myself not swallowing much. I've had a ton of water, some Lipton diet citrus green tea and bits of jello (Becky blended some bananas with some different varieties of jello for me) and yogurt. I will lose weight yet! :-)

I took a nap in the morning and a nap this evening as well. I thought I'd share this photo of the back of my throat to show you what things looked like. Carl.











Pray for Tigger




Pray for Tigger





Tigger has been my cat for three years. I began taking care of him when he lived in Sugar Mill Gardens and I noticed the heat and weather extremes were taking a toll on his health. I took Tig in before a tropical storm that hit in August of 2008, and he's been with me ever since.

It almost seems ironic that we're in the path of a bad storm now, Irene, that will most likely miss us, but will cause a lot of damage wherever it lands, and Tigger is taking a bit of a bad turn. Lately, he has been losing a great deal of weight quickly, so quickly in fact that when I stopped and looked at him last night, lying on his pillow, I realized something's really wrong. I've been working 60-74 hour weeks for the last month, so I hadn't really noticed that he was getting as thin as he was. While posting these photos of him, it hit me that he's not doing well.

Tigger eats a lot. He always has had a fast metabolism, but he still is dropping weight. He's also scratching himself a lot, and has no fleas. He could have liver or kidney issues, and I am having trouble getting time off to get him into the vet. If I'd been here longer, I would just take a day, but I'm new, and can't afford to risk my job. So, I'm hoping I can drop tig off at the vet tomorrow, and that they can run some tests on him to see what's wrong. I won't be able to pick him up probably until the next day. With a hurricane off our coast, that may not be feasible, either. I don't want him alone and scared, but I need to get him help fast!

Please pray that Tigger will stop losing weight and muscle mass, and that we can find out what is wrong and help him as soon as possible. While you're at it, if you could pray that the storm stays far away from the Florida coast, I'd be grateful!

I'll let everyone know about Tigger's progress. He is his usual, talky self, and eats like he's starving, but just keeps losing. This has happened before, but not in such a quick amount of time, and not such a drastic loss.

Thanks for your prayers.

Chris

I just looked at a site called "Cat World" and the info on there suggests that this is diabetes. I can't imagine Tigger allowing anyone to give him shots daily, so please, DO PRAY!









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