Wednesday, December 29, 2010

A "New Year's Resolution" That Will Save Thousands

First, some things you should know...

I love dogs.

I love cats.

I have hugged a chicken and it returned the gesture.

I love cows, but I ate them.

I love pigs, but I ate them.

I love chickens, but I ate them.

On another note,

How wonderful must it feel to know that whether you lost your job, girlfriend, or house in 2010, when the 1st of January approaches you have a chance to wipe the slate clean because, hey, it is a new year. Where the hell do you start? What aspect of your life needs improvement and why is this the only time we re-evaluate our current conditions?

Even in the New Year's classic "Auld Lang Syne", its lyrics pose a rhetorical question of whether or not old times should be forgotten. What many individuals perceive as a chance to redefine themselves as individuals is potentially setting themselves up for failure. Don't bite off more than you can chew. Redefining one "aspect" of yourself that will ultimately have the biggest residual impact on the rest of your life is what we are really looking to accomplish.

I am here as a guide to a better 2011 and LIFE.

I may not be able to promise you the happiness you regularly see in the Viagra or Celexa commercials, but I will sure as hell try.

(From an actual Celexa ad: Happy anti-depressant moment, YAY ridiculously fun teeth brushing)

148 days ago I started my New Year's Resolution.

I have been vegetarian ever since.

         I'm not asking you to give up your Big Mac fetish, bacon egg & cheese on a croissant, meat eating ways... yet. What I AM asking you to do is read, take a look at, or even pick up what some say is the one of the most important and influential things this lifetime has seen. If you would like to know what this mysterious goldmine is all you need to do is pay 3 easy installments of $49.99 to the link below, and yes, I am completely kidding. 

"Critical and life-saving"



"This could save your life"

"Read this immediately"

If a Doctor ever used this type of language while in their office, would you listen to what they had to say? 
These Doctor's are speaking of the most comprehensive, influential, life-saving research ever conducting in regards to our diet and nutrition. 


Take a look at "THE CHINA STUDY"
         This is not just a book. It is proof that even if you are unable to perform the most simple exercise, have a laundry list of potentially inherited chronic illnesses, or are simply a hypochondriac, a balanced plant-based diet can solve virtually all your problems. 

If you are willing to try Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, The South Beach Diet, or Atkins Diet, take a real pledge that will finally work.

Pledge to be vegetarian for a week, a month, or however long you last and see your body and life completely change. 

Links to check out:

If you are somebody who thought about making a New Year's Resolution pertaining to your health, LOOK AT THESE SITES!

It could save your life...


Myra Wolf said...

I LOVE IT!! What a wealth of information you are giving everyone! Keep it up Jon you are really doing a GREAT job!!

Anonymous said...

What a thoughtful, well written blog post. Thank you for this, Jon!