Hello weight losing fans...
Today I stepped up onto the Magical-Mystical-Digital-Scale weighing in at 187.2-pounds.
Yes you read that right. Yesterday I was 192-pounds, and today I am 187.2-pounds.
There was no typo-graphical error there.
My what a difference a day makes.
Is A Blueberry Muffin, And A Crossaint Unhealthy Food?
I was at work the other day and had a blueberry muffin and croissant in my hand. I told a fellow co-worker I am taking this home to eat for breakfast. He said I thought you were into healthy food?
I said to this man, "This is healthy food." I told the man, "It's the amount of food that is consumed, not the kind of food."
I have a question: What constitutes healthy food? Is it a chicken breast broiled in the oven? Is it a piece of bread made with only whole grains? Is it food that's completely void of sugar?
I don't know any more. I can't speak for any one else. But, I am tired of the paranoia that is out there put upon us by a media that can't make up it's mind about anything.
It seems to me people are growing more and more ignorant about how food is made, and what it's effects are on the body. A blueberry muffin like the one I was holding in my hand was made from white flour, sugar, eggs, and blueberries.
Now, the liberals out there that are pushing "healthy foods" made with only organic food, food made without hydrogenated oils, and without sugar would say that blueberry muffing is so bad for me. They would just as soon have the muffin banned.
Well, I don't care what anyone thinks. I can have a blueberry muffin for breakfast. I can have that and the croissant that I ate as well. It's what else I ate throughout the day that mattered.
It's the amount of food consumed counted by calories that matters.
EAT LESS FOOD. That's what matters.
Bye for now...
And that's the way it is...I'm David Dane