Trying to avoid Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)?

…”G. S. Myers has put together this composite picture of someone with a low risk of CHD:

“. . . an effeminate municipal worker or embalmer completely lacking in physical or mental alertness and without drive, ambition, or competitive spirit who has never attempted to meet a deadline of any kind; a man with poor appetite, subsisting on fruits and vegetables laced with corn and whale oil, detesting tobacco, spurning ownership of radio, television, or motorcar, with full head of hair but scrawny and unathletic appearance, yet constantly straining his puny muscles by exercise. Low in income, blood pressure, blood sugar, uric acid and cholesterol, he has taken nicotinic acid, pyridoxine, and long-term anti-coagulant therapy ever since his prophylactic castration.”

From Inklings: Risk Factor

Mindful eating leads to weightloss

I am sure this is mostly bunk and way overpriced but I like it anyway:


The Powerseed lifestyle change system helps you to eat more slowly, savor your food, avoid thoughtless snacking, and most importantly — stop OVEReating when you are no longer hungry.

The result: You eat less food while still feeling fully satisfied — and without restrictive dieting. These mindful-eating methods are fully explained in the 112-page Guide to Your Powerseed System.

The tiny, patented Powerseed coach is the key tool of our system. This little mindfulness assistant travels comfortably in your pocket or purse, so it’s always available throughout your day. Stylish and simple-to-use, the Powerseed produces silent visible signals or soft audible tones to discreetly coach you through your weight control strategies.