Something to think about …

“Our health systems have never been better equipped. Our nations support the most modern medical machinery. We have million dollar hospitals and highly standardised intensive care units where sometimes thousands of dollars areTreeknot by Sandy Bröcking spend on a single individual for medical treatment … At the same time the statistics show that our life expectancy is reversing for the first time since 1900. Do you think medical treatment, pills
and diet programs are the key to a long lasting or healthy life?” …

“Join me for an inspiring and educational talk at Mosman Library. The talk includes very interesting ideas and information about our health, the prevention of diet and lifestyle related diseases and, of course, how to lose weight the easy and the healthy way:”

The workshop will be held at Mosman Library on Monday the 10 October 2010 at 10:30 am. For bookings call  9978 4091 or 9978 4090

If you miss it and you are from NSW ask your local library to contact me for bookings.

Have a great day everyone and … Take care of your body!

Sandy

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About Sandy Bröcking

I’m a health professional, author and motivational speaker who is passionate to help people lose weight the healthy way. As I used to be heavily overweight myself a long time ago, I believe that successful weight loss comes from motivation and knowledge. My passion is to stop people being fooled by often expensive diet regimes. Believe me - losing weight for good is not as difficult as most people think.
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2 Responses to Something to think about …

  1. Jacob says:

    Hi Sandy,
    Saw you on TV in Coffee Break last night, I thought the things that you said was very insightful and funny at the same time. Really enjoyed listening to what you have to say and you look very pretty too. Another thing that I notice is that Television is also very bad for your health, not just because of sitting down, but also combined with fixated focus of the brain. A study find that each extra hour of TV a day increases your chance of heart disease by 18%.
    Thank you,
    Jacob

    • Hi Jacob,
      Thanks very much. Glad you enjoyed the interview. There might be another one coming up soon.
      You are perfectly right about the TV. The more you sit in front of your TV, the less you move, the more weight you put on and the higher your risk of picking up some heart disease.
      Also, the “million” adds about chips, burgers, ice-creams and … are not very helpful for weight loss either. It’s much better to go for a walk in the park instead.
      Have a lovely day
      Sandy

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