Why I do, What I do
I just had one of those days, the kind that when it’s all over with and your glad to be home and done with. You can kick back, relax and take the time to process it all in.
Today was that day – let me share
This mornings and evenings group came in and cut this “Ab” workout like it was chocolate cake. I have this solid little core of people who have been busting ass all summer and have lost over 300lbs combined. They have literally trained with blood, sweat and tears, not just to lose weight; that’s a result that takes place, they come train with me 3-5 days a week because they believe that as PARENTS, family, and friends they have a responsibility to make changes and maintain a standard of health to raise and grow their families, to be a producer in our society.
They believe in HEALTH AND FITNESS
I am so glad because one lady in particular has come full circle to the point she is breaking down FDA news articles for what they mean and not what they say! So HAPPY she read the article today about “high-fructose corn syrup” being changed to “corn sugar” on package labels. She made the connection that it doesn’t change the effects on peoples health, just the name on the label.
YESSS!!!! Took the words right out of my mouth, I almost hugged her neck!!!
That is why I get out of bed every day, to help educate people about what I learned through graduate research on the science of nutrition and human movement.
I think the human body is so amazing and to see people walk around diseased, malnourished, and so out of tune with their own BODY, it hurts me down inside. So bad I want to smack some people just to wake them up, instead I make them row an extra 500m – 1000m!!
You don’t know what you don’t know. I’m here to give you my opinion, with that and $.99 you can go out and get a cheeseburger.
What’s your opinion? Like belly buttons, (most) everybody’s got one.
- Corn syrup manufacturers ask FDA for a name change (americablog.com)
Posted on September 15, 2010, in About Me, health marketing, Home, motivation and tagged Baking, Cake, Conferences, Corn Refiners Association, Energy, Food additive, Food Additives, Food and Drug Administration, Food Drink and Nutrition, health, High-fructose corn syrup, Shopping, sugar, Sugar Substitutes, Technology, Today (NBC program), Weddings. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.