I’m on a diet. Although this is pretty much the norm for a lot of people, it’s kind of a change for me. I’ve been criticizing the pitfalls and health risks of dieting for years. I can go on and on about how dieting only works as long as you’re on the diet, about how dieting can actually trick your body into storing fat cells for the coming food-winter, about how most diets do nothing but cause you to focus more on food than every before. As I said, I could go on and on.
Of course, most of my posturing is to hide the fact that I’m too lazy and weak-willed to stick to a diet and make it work.
However, a couple months ago a friend approached Jack with an opportunity/offer. Jack has rheumatoid arthritis (more on this later.) This friend had been involved with Isagenix for several months and had begun noticing the health benefits, especially in the relief of pain and inflammation in hers and other’s joints. The weight loss didn’t hurt things either. She knew of Jack’s struggle and offered to pay for his Isagenix supplies for three months, if he would give it a chance. And so he agreed. And then I agreed to do it with him, because that’s the kind of supportive wife I am.
Of course, I’m also a whining, moaning wife too. Which is were y’all come in. I want to lose 100 lbs and I need cheerleaders. I’m not in a hurry. I want to be safe and healthy. My first goal is five lbs before October 10. Let me hear you say
Go KC… Go KC… Get your diet on… Go KC!