"Fast Lane Health" ... Is it worth it?

By MAYS Latest Reply 2011-03-03 15:15:44 -0600
Started 2011-03-02 03:13:59 -0600

How fast can you live?

Fast cars, fast trains, fast computers, fast internet.

As our lives get faster, so does our wants in life.

This need for speed is being extended to our healthy (or rather unhealthy) life style.
Every where you look there are ads (and claims) for quick cures and fixes for curing ailments, losing weight, increasing vitality, even extending your life!

What's wrong with this?


The advertised claims sound good but do your research very carefully.
Talk to your doctor before deciding on a "fast" method of improving your health.

First and foremost, your health related issues (diabetes, obesity, impotency) did not began suddenly, they did not occur overnight, nor will they simply disappear quickly.
Proven, time tested methods such as prescribed medication, exercising, carbohydrate and calorie counting can do wonders and help you to accomplish your health goals if you will only give them a chance.

Whatever you decide, the choice is yours.
Weigh your options carefully, decide what's best for your you.
"Quick Cures" and "Time Proven Methods" require the same thing … time!


5 replies

jayabee52 2011-03-03 15:15:44 -0600 Report

To be sure I'd love a "quick cure", but am realistic enough to know that it is most of the time somebody trying to "pump some sunshine up my skirts" to enrich themselves! A pox on such people. (cynical aren't I )

MewElla 2011-03-02 08:06:03 -0600 Report

This article says it all…we can not expect a "quick cure" especially with diabetes, for this one, we signed on for life, a daily chain of events, but a thing called time is the what it all boils down to.

MAYS 2011-03-03 15:11:40 -0600 Report

Thank you!
It's nice to know that someone else feels the same way that I do about this.