… needs a reason to be…
… and a reason to go.
Let’s talk about the most common inflammation afflicting mankind.
Sugar induced obesity.
Human body recognizes Glucose and metabolizes it.
However, the same human body treats isolated Fructose as poison.
HFCS, short for high fructose corn syrup, is therefore full of poison.
HFCS is much cheaper than table sugar.
HFCS is used in big volumes by the food industry. It’s replacing normal sugar. Everywhere. It’s sheer… poison. And it’s cheap. Very cheap.
It’s in cola, it’s in ketchup, it’s in almost all processed foods.
What happens to it in the body?
Well, what happens to poison?
It goes straight to the liver. This wonderful and magnanimous organ tries to break it down.
One big side-effect of the breakdown mechanism is the triggering of inflammatory enzymes. Body cells then start to swell up to protect themselves from poison. To and fro is impaired. They don’t want poison coming in. Unfortunately, good stuff, like insulin that throws out excess sugar, is also not allowed to enter. Mankind is poisoning itself to obesity.
Cut out the HFCS.
Exercise to shake out inflammatory mechanism.
See how your inflammation vanishes.
Now let’s talk about the most common financial ailment afflicting mankind.
We are in debt.
We take more debt.
We surround ourselves with useless paraphernalia, to ward off reality.
Inflammation, again, disguised, but inflammation.
Ultimately, the mountain of due interest buries us under it. It chokes off our air-supply, just as obese cells produce “bad” lipids that deposit as mountains of plaque in our arteries, and choke off our blood supply.
Let’s nip the problem in the bud.
Like no HFCS – no debt.
Craving for sugar? Fine. Control. To a point. Still craving. Fine. Have. But have normal sugar, along with fibre. Don’t have anything that contains HFCS. Shake off the relatively minor inflammation caused by normal sugar with exercise. You’re good.
Longing to spend money? Control. To a point. Still longing to possess that something? Fine. Save. Consolidate. Accumulate cashflow. Only use debt when upcoming cashflow nullifies it in very foreseeable future. You’ve gotten your something, and you’re either debt-free already, or are going to be debt-free very soon.