8 Shvat, 5779
There's plenty of good news in the medical world, and some of it is because increasing numbers of doctors admit that their recommended diets don't work.
Studies are being reconsidered, redesigned, and reclassified so that medical professionals can help people to lose weight easily and sensibly. Increasing attention is being paid to those of us who do not struggle with weight control, and why.
Those updated healthcare professionals can help people to prevent becoming overweight in the first place.
For those of us in the natural healing world, weight control is a matter of understanding specific principles. Here's a starter kit for thinking as we do:
People complain that they can't keep their weight down as they swallow more lo-cal ice cream, lo-fat cottage and reduced-calories sliced cheese, etc. THEY EAT THEIR OWN PROBLEM, GUARANTEEING THAT IT WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THEY STOP SWALLOWING DAIRY "FOODS" DESIGNED FOR ANIMALS, NOT FOR HUMANS.
Sushi is made with nori leaves. Enjoy your weight-management meal.
Kombu is a seaweed sold in flakes and as leaves. Add them to your lentil dishes.
Arame, wakame and other sea leaves make lovely additions to a meal. I decorate steaming hot sweet potato with strands of arame, The pretty orange-green color combination is eye candy. The flavor of the dish is mouth candy that's nutritious for inner and outer health.
There's far more to the natural weight-control life. I only offered a glimpse into it with the thoughts above.
Okay, on to the next topic for today: WHEN DOCTORS BLAME THEIR PATIENTS FOR PROBLEMS THAT THEY DIDN'T CAUSE!
The problem is close to my heart: a good friend was diagnosed with Smoker's Lung. She's never touched a cigarette in her life and neither has her husband. Air and other pollution gave her the disease.
The article below will inform you of other possibilities, and about rude medical professionals who need to be guided into good behavior techniques. Click on...
What happens when the doctor blames you for your own lung cancer?
By Dr. Monica Bhargava
book holds passages about how best to respond to irate, irascible, and otherwise rude doctors, technicians and nurses. Read it to prepare yourself for an appropriate self defense. There are ways to solve the problem.
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Fill your thoughts with good sense.