Sunday, June 3, 2012


The more i read, the more it becomes patent that we're all a little different when it comes to what is required for weight loss.  In vain do the theoreticians spin their hypotheses using a very few people (or worse, rodents), when SO MANY sources of "the" problem exist.

Take that infamous "bland calorie" study:  d'ya know how many individuals were involved in it?  FOUR.  F-O-U-R.  All the big conclusions drawn from it were based on the behavior and results of ONE MAN.  How the [expletive deleted] can any halfway intelligent "researcher" look himself honestly in the soul and say "this is indeed significant"....

A blogger whose writings i respect because she's not only been in the trenches herself, but has the persistence to study and the intelligence to interpret, has extremely valuable things to say ... but not every conclusion she draws is applicable to ME, either.  We have lots in common, but she has a different kind of metabolic damage and i have age issues she won't have to tackle for a couple of decades yet.  Our "solution" is not the same.

Another gentleman says he doesn't dare have around his house a particular food which, to me, is the epitome of innocent, self-limiting eating.  One lady would scaarf down, unresistingly, a substance which i allow to spoil in my fridge.  Individuals.

The ways to God fat loss are as many as the breaths of the sons of men.  ;-)


  1. :-) i would never have believed it a few years ago. now i do, thanks to the communication made possible by the internet! what a great tool....