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Exercise is definitely a double-edged sword. It can be seen somewhat like medication. In the correct doses, it can be very beneficial to health, but in excess amounts, it can be harmful. This is an issue elite athletes have to navigate in all sports – from endurance sports like triathlons, ultramarathons, and cycling to contact sports like football, hockey, and soccer. Even fitness and yoga professionals who teach multiple rigorous classes on a daily basis have the potential to tiptoe on the edge of their exercise load getting to the point where it begins to harm their bodies and compromise their immune systems.
Lamar has advanced osteoporosis. She hadn’t left her house – let alone her room – for over 2 years.
The pain throughout her body was just too great to bear. If she did get out of her room, she was hunched over her walker so dramatically that she was constantly looking straight down.
And the pain was even worse at night, down both sides of her body, that she barely got in any sleep.
But within a matter of days of drinking a certain elixir, the pain had subsided dramatically. And within a month, the pain was completely GONE.
Let’s face it… you’re going to overeat tomorrow.
Everybody fortunate enough to be sitting at a Thanksgiving table is going to consume an excess of calories, whether your table is filled with healthy choices or not-so-healthy ones. In fact, Americans are estimated to consume over 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving!
There are tons of articles out there giving you advice on how to control your caloric intake during these types of holidays, and while the tips and tricks they contain have some merit and the writers’ intentions are good, those types of articles may actually be doing more harm than good. Why? Because Thanksgiving is about GRATITUDE, not GUILT or ANXIETY, and if you’re worried about overeating or feeling terrible about yourself after the meal, you’re defeating the purpose of the holiday itself. If you’re sitting at a table with a ridiculous amount of food in front of you, having negative feelings about it does a disservice to those who would do anything to be that fortunate.
So let’s assume you’ve already overeaten… what next?