Tag: weight loss

In Search of a Miracle – Is Perfect Necessary?

As I may have mentioned before, no flour and no sugar is perfect. The perfect beef comes from a cow fed solely on grass. The perfect vegetable is grown organically without any chemicals. Perfection is, well, ideal but rarely absolutely necessary or sometimes even possible. 

In Search of a Miracle – How Does Growing Fat Happen?

How Does This “Growing Fat” Thing Happen? We need body fat but, as as adult in 2022, we don’t necessarily need it to grow. The human body is purposely designed to gain fat to avoid starving. Those poor humans living in caves way back when 

More Than One Way to Skin a Cat

Have you heard that old saying – “There is more than one way to skin a cat”? The message is, there is always more than one way to get almost anything done. And there are always pros and cons to the options. The first question 

Lose Weight and Keep It Off

Lose Weight and Keep It Off

My recent post Good News for the New Year highlighted two successful weight loss stories published in The DeQueen Bee, DeQueen, Arkansas. Two women (I called them Cathy and Augusta) decided they had dealt with overweight trials and tribulations quite long enough and did something 

Good News for the New Year!

Good News for the New Year!

The clock ticks toward the New Year.  It might be time for a health resolution and it makes some sense to look at success stories. Perhaps you will be motivated in resolution by the successes of others, especially if you want to lose weight.   

Conversations and Misunderstandings about Diet

It’s a new year! Let’s just leap into this new year by considering some of the latest things I hear about what is “OK” and “not OK” about diet right here at home in Montgomery County, AR, and across the world. It is exciting, actually,