I’ve been in Toronto the last few days and am currently in the
airport waiting to board a plane back to the states. Before
leaving for Toronto I had lunch with three other people in a
restaurant in Tampa.
The subject of diabetes came up. One of the people seated at
the table with me said that he thinks he might be pre-diabetic.
As he mentioned this I noted that he had English muffins and
hash browns on his plate. I didn’t comment about what he was
eating as he wasn’t paying for my advice. And I always believe
unsolicited advice is rarely well-received. I did, however, say
that if he is pre-diabetic it wouldn’t be surprising. I told him that
20 million Americans are currently diabetic, another tens of
millions more have been diagnosed as pre-diabetic. I then
stressed the key word in the foregoing sentence was “diagnosed.”
Millions and millions more have not been diagnosed as pre-diabetic
yet – not to mention full-blown diabetic.
I then looked around the restaurant and then began counting
the number of people that are most likely pre-diabetic if not
diabetic. At the time the restaurant had about 15 people sitting
in it. Nine of them were grossly overweight making them
candidates, in my book, for this affliction. Overweight, big
ponderous guts, and biggie-sized butts are tell-tale signs.
You don’t need to know that much more.
Fast forward to Toronto. I sat in many a restaurant while here.
As I looked around, it was difficult to find a fat person. It was
also equally difficult to find an unpleasant person. Aside from
the Canadian border patrol, the people of Canada are a helluva
lot happier and friendly than people living in America. If you go
to big city in the US it’s not common to have majority of the
people to smile, make eye contact with you and say “hello.”
My point is stress and your ability to deal with it plays a role in
the control of your weight. People who barely smile, laugh or
make eye contact are under stress. Consequently they’re more
prone to eating crappy foods – foods that not only make you
fatter but stress you out even more. Topping in off, if the
stressed-out person embarks on an exercise program he’s
most likely doing one that adds more negative stress to his
body. Such is not the ideal way to live.
Yesterday, Mark Daniels, a member of the Matt Furey Inner
Circle, put up a post on the online discussion forum stating that
advice he is completely off medication for diabetes. He also
said I’m not charging enough for people to be members because
the advice I have is life-changing in a huge way. So unless
you’re a Canadian who’s already happy and already fit (and
wants to make even more progress) get on the program of
champions. Follow the program that winners follow. Do what
healthy people do. Associate with like-minded people. Be part
of a team that plays the game of life to win., Join he Matt Furey
Inner Circle today.
There are two ways to do so:
1. Become an annual member by going here http://www.mattfurey.com/furey_inner_circle.html
2. Give it a test drive for 1 month by going here http://www.mattfurey.com/fg324trfsr3ttai.html
P.S. I’m sure there are fat people in Canada but based on what
I’ve seen by visiting Vancouver as well as Toronto, two of the
largest cities in Canada, they don’t register on my radar. A fit,
seksy body always holds your attention better than a fat,
corpulent one. If you fall into the latter category don’t get mad
at me, get fit instead.