If It’s Too Good To Be True, Than It Is
I first wrote this post back in February ’11 and re-ran it in October ’11. The third time is a charm, right? I still have the same beliefs and convictions regarding artificial means and bogus reports to remedy one’s health and wellness. As George Bernard Shaw was quoted as saying “Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.” Keep healthy and fit the old-fashioned way.
First posted 2/26/11
Please, no potions, lotions, powders, pills or shakes in my daily regimen. I am an honest person, I don’t like to be scammed, shammed or slammed. Good old integrity, sincerity and simplicity are my game. I do admit I love technology, moving up and flourishing, but when it comes to dishonesty I’m not on board. Don’t tell me there is a berry that can make me lose weight. Don’t tell me that your shake can make me look thinner without the benefit of exercise. Don’t tell me that you have a pill that will melt away all of my fat. I’m tired of it (aren’t you?). Don’t I wish that I were able to conjure up a magical weight-loss elixir that was organic, legal and FDA approved? Who would opt for bariatric surgery (convalescing, disability pay, possible scarring) if you had a miracle brew? If I could deliver such a product I’d been a gazillionaire. Don’t you believe in just eating healthy and going for a walk everyday? Don’t be deceived by a weight loss revelation, if it’s too good to be true, than it is. Keep healthy and fit!