Yay!! I’ve lost 25.6 pounds total so far with 54.4 pounds to go to reach my goal!  My BMI has dropped from 36.9 to 33.1 and my goal is 24.9.

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Now we’re going to start talking about inflammation and how to reduce it with your diet.

One of the keys to wellness lies in keeping a certain group of hormones within a specific zone.

These hormones, called eicosanoids, are the guardians of your future.

Keep them in balance, and your future is bright.

Allow them to get out of balance, and your future is bleak.

This is because eicosanoids control inflammation, which is an underlying cause of many, if not all, chronic disease states now threatening to destroy our health care system.

The benefits of hormonal control go far beyond weight loss.

In fact, hormonal control impacts virtually every aspect of your life.

Diseases like heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer’s consume the vast bulk of our health care resources.

Yet they all have a strong inflammatory component.

This inflammation is relentlessly driving your body toward chronic disease.

Control the inflammation and you’ll minimize, if not reverse, the symptoms of these chronic diseases.

In fact, everything important in your life is ultimately controlled by your hormones.

Keep these hormones in the right balance and you’ll get the most cherished goal in life – wellness in both mind and body.

Wellness isn’t an elusive state of mind.

It can be measured and quantified in your blood.

We’re going to be talking about how to get to this zone of wellness by controlling inflammation.

Everyone knows enough about inflammation to know it’s probably not a very good thing.

What they don’t realize is inflammation is resolved by eicosanoids.

Control your eicosanoids, and you control your levels of inflammation and thus your wellness.

It’s that simple.

And in the process you’ll change your future.

The best tools you have to change your future are the combination of the right food, ultra-refined fish oil, smart exercise and stress reduction to reduce the damage of inflammation.

It should only take you 30 days to begin to master the tools to change your future.

Your blood will confirm this loud and clear.

But this is only the start, because you have to use these tools on a lifetime basis to keep inflammation under control.

Remember, the day you stop fighting inflammation is the day you start accelerating the aging process, along with all the chronic diseases that come with it.

Yes, losing excess body fat will be a key component in your struggle against inflammation.

This is because excess insulin not only makes you fat and keeps you fat, but also increases inflammation.

Another goal  is to alert you to a type of inflammation below the perception of pain.

This is known as silent inflammation.

That’s what makes it so dangerous; you don’t know it’s there, although it’s constantly eroding your wellness until chronic disease erupts decades later.

More important, you’ll learn how to bring the level of silent inflammation in your body under control with the least amount of effort on your part.

You should track your changes in your blood chemistry to follow your improvements in wellness.

These blood tests give you a precise insight into your future as they’re the most precise markers of silent inflammation known.

If you don’t learn how to master your hormones to control inflammation, your future will be much more difficult than it has to be.

If your future currently looks bleak because of high levels of silent inflammation, don’t worry, because you can change it within 30 days.

And once you’ve done so, you’re on the pathway to making wellness a permanent state.

Come join us on our natural weight loss journey!  We’d love to have you along!

Have an awesome day!

(Based on Dr. Barry Sears’ “The Anti-Inflammation Zone”)

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Dick and Lenay

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