I must be putting on some weight ... my sturdy tubular steel-framed comfy TV chair suddenly developed metal fatigue, last night whilst I was watchin' the rugby ... I really did get that sinking feeling ... but had a good laugh!
I think that I will carry on the way I am, and try to ignore all these 5 a day, don't eat that, only drink that, that some of these researcher's and expert's are constantly telling us about and coming up with.
Without showing undue respect, every time I visit an hospital, I often ask why some doctor's and medical staff seem to take their own advice and others certainly do not. Only last Friday afternoon, I was in hospital, and was looking at and talking to some rather bonny female nurses and some rather not so bonny. Now you would think that 'health' education would be available and practised at hospitals first and foremost, especially on cardiology wards?.
So it on TV other day, that its not a fact that fat people are more prone to hill health than thin people. It can be just the opposite to what you think. some are just naturally fat.
We should be more concerned with what we eat not what we look like