posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 02:52 PM
Well they could ask me all they like; I would still eat what I want to eat.
Funny thing is I eat what I want now and my health aside from a few join issues is good. I ran into a young couple at a hibachi not long ago. They
told my wife and I how they do not eat carbs normally (they were eating rice), but they eat steak all the time. Later my wife and I were trying to
figure this one out as red meat is supposed to not be good for you either.
All of that said, the key in any diet is portions. After the portions comes exercise. When I walk I walk at what most everyone I know considers a fast
pace. For me it is a normal walk. Others on the other hand have to jog to keep up they end up breathing hard, sweating, and asking me to slow down. I
get out and do things as well.
Looking at my signature you can see I hunt/collect fossils. This activity gets me out and I get in a lot of hiking. In one area I look for fossils I
have to travel on foot just over 1/2 mile with a pack full of any supplies I might need. The other day I tossed a 30 lb. rock in a pack and hiked it
back to my car. After I dropped the rock off I went walking back to look for more stuff.
At my job I am also very active. I keep up a high pace all day or night depending on the shift I am on. I see a lot of jobs today that allow people to
sit at a desk all day with food and drink beside them. If you can sit all day with food and drink beside you will not be in shape. This is even more
of a problem if when they get home they sit down in front of a TV (this happens a lot). I cannot figure out how someone can sit all day and then come
home and sit more. It would drive me crazy to sit around and do nothing literally. There have been days where I was too tired to get out or it was too
cold to get out so I stayed at home. I find that if I just stay at home and sit around I feel like crap. I feel best when I am up and moving around
doing something. Even a light workout that just increases your heart rate is better than melting into a chair all day and night. We have bodies that
are meant to move.