May 14, 2018

It has been the term of the last decade. Obesity seems to have spread like wildfire through our civilization. So many people have been caught out by this epidemic called obesity and have packed on kilos in ways they probably never imagined could or would happen.

So, what is obesity? The ‘word’ obesity can never represent the state of mind, behaviour(s) and body of people who are obese. Obesity is not static – it is a way of somebody’s thinking, emotions, knowledge and behaviour. The label ‘obesity’ tells us very little, as you will read below.

According to Wikipedia:
“Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may hurt health.”

According to Professor John Funder, Obesity Australia:
Obesity is commonly (and imperfectly) defined based on body mass index, or BMI. The BMI is calculated by dividing a person’s weight in kilograms by their height in meters squared. If a girl were 150 cm (i.e. 1.5 meters) tall and weighed 45 kilograms, her BMI would be 45 divided by 1.5×1.5 – a value of 20, within what has been defined as ‘normal’ – a BMI of 18-25. Values between 25 and 30 are classed as overweight and above 30 as obese. What obesity means too much fat as a proportion of body weight, and in the wrong places.”

 According to the World Health Organisation:
“Overweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health. A crude population measure of obesity is the body mass index (BMI), a person’s weight (in kilograms) divided by the square of his or her height (in meters). A person with a BMI of 30 or more is generally considered obese. A person with a BMI equal to or more than 25 is considered overweight.”

When you read the above, can you make any sense of it? Why doesn’t it make sense? Is it because obesity results from somebody’s thinking, emotions, knowledge and behaviour? When this is addressed, could obesity disappear?

It would be too simple, wouldn’t it, to resolve obesity if this was the solution? There would be no textbooks to write lectures to give. Professors, scientists, academics, doctors, or surgeons will no longer need to spend their precious time on obesity. Government funding can stop, and no tax money can be wasted.

But that would be an outrage, wouldn’t it? In our society, we worship the intellect and ‘nonsense’ information. It is designed to treat the confused, so-called ill, and diseased, and we do this proudly in the name of progress, evolution, and, let’s not forget, profit.

The real question is, how did we let it get this far? It perhaps all started when we stopped being accountable and responsible for our thinking and behaviours. When we decide to put our mental and physical health into the hands of others, trust their ideas and information and stop questioning whether it is accurate or serving us.

We seem desensitized from our biofeedback (sensing ourselves). We can no longer change our thinking and behaviour when something feels wrong. More and more people are captured in an ocean of third-party information, meaning they rely on others, and much of this information is non-sensory —toxic information serving others, not you.

Are people drowning in an ocean of make-believe, counting on third-party wisdom —filling their heads with their storytelling and non-verifiable information creating the opposite of health for each person on earth. Sounds dramatic, think again.

We should know by now that our minds and bodies are the most valuable real estate on earth in the eyes of people who see people as products and profit centres. Unfortunately, we, the people, have handed over the keys to our brains and soul. Instead, we invited the interlopers and imposters to come into our lives and dictate how we should think and behave, even if that means acting against our mental and physical health interests.

The reality is that obesity is nothing mysterious and does not require in-depth studies to solve— common, critical thinking, confidence, and sensing yourself again to see what is serving you and what is not.

Dr. Michael Greger M.D. FACLM wrote on August 1st, 2017:
Doctors often don’t follow these recommendations despite the most widely accepted and well-established chronic disease practice guidelines uniformly calling for lifestyle change as the first line of therapy. Lifestyle interventions are not only safer and cheaper but often more effective in reducing heart disease and failure, hypertension, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and deaths from all causes than nearly any other medical intervention.

“Some useful lessons may come from the war on tobacco,” Dr Neal Barnard wrote in the American Medical Association’s ethics journal. When he stopped smoking in the 1980s, the lung cancer death rate peaked in the United States. As the prevalence of smoking dropped, so did lung cancer rates. Doctors no longer told patients to “give your throat a vacation” by smoking a fresh cigarette. Instead, doctors realized they were “more effective at counselling patients to quit smoking if they no longer had tobacco stains on their fingers.” “Doctors went from being bystanders or enablers to leading the fight against smoking.” And today, says Dr Barnard, “Plant-based diets are the nutritional equivalent of quitting smoking.”

“If we were to gather the world’s top nutrition scientists and experts (free from food industry influence),” read one journal editorial, “there would be very little debate about the essential properties of good nutrition. But unfortunately, most doctors are nutritionally illiterate. And worse, they don’t know how to use the most powerful medicine available: food.”

So, while the medical, scientific and corporate world is pretending to focus on solving the symptoms and causes of the obesity/diabetes epidemic, I want to point people’s attention in a direction that creates real solutions fast.

The solution is so easy. Get your mind back into balance, be spiritually connected to self, others and nature; eat in-season fresh whole food plant-based (WFPBs) foods; do a proper fast to detox; hydrate yourself with Structured Water; make sure your environment is non-toxic; exercise and your bodily symptoms will disappear naturally.

You will start to lose weight, your immune system will be able to do its job again, and your state of mind will be more joyful. You will begin to trust yourself, build confidence and feel happier when the self-harm stops.

For many people, the tricky part is transitioning to a balanced way of life. On my website, I have written that having a coach/mentor who walks the talk can be a great solution to a problem that never should have existed in the first place.

If I want to know how to improve my business, I want to be mentored and coached by somebody who has built a successful business. Someone who has a proven track record of helping others to succeed!

If I want to know how to build wealth through investing in property, then I want to work with somebody who has developed the right mindset, has a proven strategy on how to build wealth through investing in property that works.

Imagine what could happen if we stopped listening to the nonsense, collaborated with an expert in holistic health, took full accountability and responsibility, and started LIVING WITH SENSE; indeed, health is inevitable.

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