Hello, I'm Bob Miller. You can put your
credit card away. You can't buy, lease or rent my Free Weight Loss Plan,
but you can review it and use it free. I don't even want your email
address. I'm a 72 year old retired military pilot. I was shot down twice
in Vietnam in 1968-69 and have had numerous back operations. I'm unable
to do pushups or stomach crunches; however, I am able to jog and even
play tennis so long as I don't overdo it. But here's the important
part... none of the above, plus keeping my calorie intake to 2,500 or
less eating mostly healthy foods, helped reduce the beer gut. What made
it even worse was I don't drink alcoholic beverages. After my two cups
of morning coffee, I drink only water the rest of the day.
If you are of the opinion you can lose weight and
keep it off without drinking lots of water before and after snacks and
meals, you've been badly misinformed. If you want to look and feel great
just keep a bottle of cool water in your hand until the crowd you
hang-out with starts accusing you of being part fish.
Trust me, if a human could buy the body he or she
wanted, there would be no overweight people. The good news is your ego
will be your best friend if you let it, but it's no match for depression
and self-loathing. The wonderful thing about having your ego as your
best friend is you can feel better about yourself before you lose a
Overweight people make getting fit too
problematic and too expensive, and they get a lot of help from people
who live the good life off of their fat. Keep it simple. 1. Get in front
of a mirror and tell your ego, and only
your ego, that you're ready to start. 2. Then each day you and your ego
exchange gifts. Example: instead of using 2 packs of sweetener, you use
only 1½. Instead of a donut or candy bar you have a few chunks of fresh
pineapple or yogurt. The next time you look into a mirror, you'll like
that person a little bit better. Now don't blame me if this becomes
addictive and one day a co-worker says something like, "You've lost some
weight. Are you on a diet?" To this you just smile and say something
like, "No. I've just been eating more of this and less of that." Oh, and
get used to saying things like, "You just made my day. Thank you."
I can't express strongly
enough how important it is for you remember the rules. 1. Keep your
plans to yourself. 2. Keep
fresh pineapple and yogurt in
your refrigerator. 3. Never ask your ego to give you something for
nothing because it's not going to happen.
This Free-Weight-Loss-Plan of mine was born in Hawaii
during a visit to the Dole Pineapple Plantation. My domestic partner and
I bought tickets for their train ride through pineapple fields and
during the train trip the preprogrammed audio guide mentioned a few of
the benefits of eating pineapple. We exited the train thinking we had
been ripped off. Nothing could have been farther from the truth. The
next day a light bulb came on and I suddenly remembered we had been
eating fresh pineapple on the cruise ship every morning (and sometimes
lunch, too) since we had left Los Angeles. I put that together with the
fact that neither of us had been having the usual away-from-home problem
of constipation. Okay, so that's not earthshaking; but the fact that I
had my fill of desserts for two weeks, the kind that we never buy at
home, and I had gained only two pounds is amazing.
Dole Plantation - Oahu, Hawaii Fact: Less Stress - Less
An hour before breakfast I eat one cup of
and either a Dannon "Light & Fit" or a Yoplait "Light". Why Dannon and
Yoplait? Because they're good, reasonably priced, and I trust the
products to be as advertised. If you enjoy one of these yogurts and a
bottle of cool water
30 minutes before meals you still might eat as much, but it'll be out
habit, not because you're hungry or even want it.
Please note, I've said nothing about YOU exercising,
eating less or making any other major changes to your lifestyle with the
exception of adding pineapple, yogurt and lots of cool water to your
daily routine. This alone will change your world. Now if you like the
new world, you can make it even better by slowly ridding your home of
the packs of artificial sweeteners, diet drinks, pastries and so on and
so on. The important word here is slowly. I'm one of those people
that simply must do it my way, so I don't watch the infommercials. I
suspect they're more interested in my credit card number than my health.
It is important to know that one's intake of
pineapple, yogurt and cool water should be in direct proportion to their
intake of fat/calories. Example: I keep my daily intake of calories to
2,500 or less. In order to handle that many calories, I consume 1/2 of
a large pineapple, two 6 oz. servings of yogurt and at least seven 6 oz.
bottles of water. I play tennis, ride my tread mill and left weights
whenever I feel like doing so, and then I do not do it to lose weight, I
do it in order to give my heart and lungs a workout.
A fat Forest Gump once said to me, "When I eat the
pineapple, yogurt and drink the water like you suggest, I feel full and
I don't enjoy eating like I used to. What's the deal with drinking all
I replied, "That's too bad Forest. Miss that loaf of
bread and stick of butter, that salad with a half of a bottle of your
favorite dressing on it and that 16 oz. T-bone, do you? Ever wonder why
a commode comes with a big tank on the back?"
By Sheryl Walters NaturalNews
"The pineapple is a member of the bromeliad family.
It is extremely rare that bromeliads produce edible fruit. The pineapple
is the only available edible bromeliad today.
Bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme, is the key to
pineapple's value. Proteolytic means "breaks down protein", which is why
pineapple is known to be a digestive aid. It helps the body digest
proteins more efficiently. Pineapple is valuable for easing indigestion,
arthritis or sinusitis. The juice has an anthelmintic effect; it helps
get rid of intestinal worms."
Elaine Magee, MPH, RD
"First off, your body needs to have a healthy amount
of ''good'' bacteria in the digestive tract, and many yogurts are made
using active, good bacteria. One of the words you’ll be hearing more of
in relation to yogurt is ''probiotics.'' Probiotic, which literally
means ''for life,'' refers to living organisms that can result in a
health benefit when eaten in adequate amounts.
"Miguel Freitas, PhD, medical marketing manager for
Dannon Co., says the benefits associated with probiotics are specific to
certain strains of these "good" bacteria. Many provide their benefits by
adjusting the microflora (the natural balance of organisms) in the
intestines, or by acting directly on body functions, such as digestion
or immune function. (Keep in mind that the only yogurts that contain
probiotics are those that say "live and active cultures" on the label.)"
NOTE: Having trouble finding fresh pineapple? It is a
problem and lots of trouble. I went to Sam’s Club and they have fresh
pineapple chopped up in two pound tubs.
Do yourself a big, big favor and check
Qunol Ultra CoQ10 ($28) and
Body Rescue. Alkaline Booster ($4.95).
Bob Miller was born in Florence, Alabama. Miller served as a pilot in
Vietnam in 1968-69 and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and
the Air Medal. Challenged Richard Shelby for a seat in the U.S. Senate
in 1992. Produced the television show, The Late Show (BLAB
2001). Worked as the golf pro on Holland America's ms Westerdam. Bob has
authored seven books.
Bob Miller's Free-Weight-Loss-Plan™