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Do You Have a Fat Head?

Do You Have a Fat Head?

Marissa Mayer September SUCCESS

NORTH AMERICA HAS A SERIOUS OBESITY PROBLEM (have you noticed?)

 

Two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight, and a full third are deemed medically obese (ouch!)

 
What caused this? Some say it is because our food system has become industrialized, mass-producing an overload of cheap and fatty foods constantly at our fingertips. Nah, while it doesn’t help, that is not why people get fat. Look, the food doesn’t fly into people’s mouths unassisted. People have to choose to pick it up and stick it into their face. They could say no thank you and walk on by, as many do—you know, those insufferable lean and fit people (damn them!). There is another obesity problem taking place here in North America and elsewhere.
 
 
 

THIS ONE  IS LESS VISIBLE BUT MAY BE EVEN MORE TOXIC AND DEADLY TO ONE’S LIFE AND POTENTIAL.

 

Avoid all high-calorie, low-nutrient information such as sensational television, useless celebrity trivia and other mind-numbing online commentary. Just because it’s around you doesn’t mean you need to consume it.

We live in an era of ever-increasing information overload. News, radio, podcasts, blogs, online commentary, social interaction, TV shows and more are coming at us from every direction and every device, all day, every day. Most of it is low-nutrient junk information, and we’re consuming it in huge quantities. Physical obesity is not caused by the overload of available food; it is caused by theoverconsumption of low-quality food. The same is true for mental obesity.

It is not the overload of available information; it is the over consumption of low-quality information. And mental obesity has consequences just as dire—hypertension, decision paralysis, loss of concentration, and diminished creativity and learning. The solution to a fat head is the same as for a fat body:
You need to go on a diet, an information diet. Avoid all high-calorie, low-nutrient information such as sensational television, useless celebrity trivia and other mind-numbing online commentary. Just because it’s around you doesn’t mean you need to consume it.

Yes, you will be tempted to indulge yourself at every turn, but trust me, if you can abstain for a prolonged period, you’ll lose your taste for it altogether. Then devour several servings of head-healthy, nutrient-rich information every day. Reading the current issue of SUCCESS magazine and listening to the enclosed CD is a great start! Eventually you’ll build your mind into a specimen that will be the envy of all your friends and the scourge of all your competitors. Who knows? You might even find your lean, super-fit, sexy head on the cover of SUCCESS magazine one day as a result!

Bon appétit!

Your friend in SUCCESS,
Darren Hardy

 

P.S. On the CD in this month’s issue of SUCCESS you’ll hear my interview with Dr. James Rouse (an amazing guy!). I asked him if he would prepare a specific shopping, recipe and diet plan, along with physical support and make it available (for free!) to our SUCCESS community. He has completed it. He calls it The Positivity Plan. It’s 30 pages filled with fantastic health and wellness insights and guidance. If you are subscribed to email updates from this blog you will get it next weeks feed. If you are not subscribed, subscribe here.

 

Share, tweet, post and comment below. This mental obesity epidemic has got to be stopped! Join me in the good fight. 

Gordon Palmer CPT, Health Coach.

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  • Jackie Gartner

    Very Interesting. I know for me having so much information on health and exercise and this plan and that plan has had me so confused and feeling like if I don’t do this then I am failing,but then wait what if I don’t do that!!! Finally just recently I decided to go on an information fast. To go back to focus on whole foods, watching amounts, changing work outs and trying to see if I don’t take so much information in maybe I will quit feeling like a failure and start losing weight and getting stronger. I think a good portion of my problem is between my ears which makes what goes in my mouth not right. Oh well, enough out of me. Great article!

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