A Collection of Fatties Vol.1

This is a lil’ nerdy, but it’s important. 

Especially if you want to save save time the next time you read some garbage about weight and diets. 

I’ll admit I didn’t go through the whole article, but enough that I could form an opinion on the matter. 

Case in point: I just consumed the contours of an article where the topic was overweight and how it didn’t necessarily relate to what someone was eating. As in, as per some statistics, even though people overall were getting fatter and fatter [according to waist measurements and the dreaded BMI scale], the consumption of sugar was halved, whilst the consumption of fish and vegetables, as well as fruit was somewhat increased. 

In other words, if you believe in the nonsense from the food pyramid lovers, everything ‘should’ be better. 

But it’s not. 

Because those statistics do not say anything about the consumption about processed carbo hydrates. Or the consumption of whole foods versus processed foods. And so on. You know, all the *real* indicators that really move that weight needle. I’m not a nutritionist or a food expert, but I’ve lost enough weight on my body to have an opinion on this matter. 

And, once again, I see that the media are leaving out processed foods, especially processed carbohydrates like bread, pastries, pasta and so on. 

This point was in fact proven when the article showed a typical lunch of one of its featured persons — a fat chick. She had a slice of bread with eggs and cucumber slices on the side. 

I don’t think that bread is doing you any favors honey, but that’s just me. 

Now, I think the relationship between obesity and the increase of fish and vegetables is as follows: 

* Most people are consuming processed carbohydrates like pastries, pasta, bread and so on which long term will lead to overweight

* Likewise, some of those same people have cut back on pure sugar sources like sugary drinks and chocolate and replaced them with sugar free drinks and so-called ‘protein bars’ and whatnot [which, if you read the package, do contain sugar]

* The relationship between the consumption of processed carbohydrates versus whole foods like fish and vegetables is very skewed. 

* These surveys are somewhat inaccurate because people are lying [how easy is it to report lies on a survey?]

And I could go on and on and on about this, but I think you get the gist of it. 

Do not look at what the media is writing when it comes to such news articles. Look at what they’re *not* writing. Look at what they’re omitting. What’s next, you’ll have a bunch of fatties eating bugs saying it’s healthy when we all know that is a lie. 

Anyway, I know this was a banal example, because it was about food. 

But what about politics, energy issues, gas prices and all the other things that could really affect you? 

Wars and so on? 

When the news media are stopping writing about the Ukrainian advancement in their own country, as well as the so-called ‘spring offensive’ or whatever they’re calling it, why do you think that is?

It is because Ukraine is losing badly. And sadly so. 

The news media just won’t care to write about it. 

What about the energy crisis? 

All of a sudden [at the very least in my country] they stopped writing about it. Why? Well perhaps because there was no crisis at all, in the beginning. 

And the Ban-Demic [credits to whoever coined this expression, it wasn’t me]?

Not so much anymore.

Do you see where I am going with this? 

The lesson is, look for what the media *is not* writing about or saying. What are they omitting, which should be part of the story, according to pure logic? 

Never fails. 

Alright, and in other news, my FREE ebook where you can learn other ways of saving Time as well as generating Energy is available if you sign up to my email list. 

Just click the link in my bio and you’re good to go. 

See you there.

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