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Einstein Predicted My Weight Loss
by: Gary Granai
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Einstein Predicted My Weight Loss

We all know that Einstein said that energy and mass are related and one can be converted to the other. His insight

lead to the creation of the infamous atomic bomb and the development of nuclear power for peaceful purposes. And

his insight also lead to my weight loss without diets that I did not like. It can lead to yours.

Few of us ever compare the masses hanging around our beltlines and buttocks to nuclear power. We know that the fat

in our bodies is a ticking time bomb and will soon result in some medical disaster for us. But we don't think about

it as a mass of energy that will act according to Einstein's laws.

Like millions of others, my bookshelf is lined with books and articles on diets. I call it the diets in diets out

section. I tried this and tried that with the end result that the roll in the middle kept on going and growing.

And then along came Einstein. He said that your body is an energy machine. It has a storage bin, an energy

converter and a refuse system.

It turns mass (whatever you put into your stomach, in this article called "potatoes") into energy. You eat

"potatoes". They are mass. Your body converts part of the "potatoes" into the energy that allows you to walk, talk

and function as a human being. It stores some, and it rejects the refuse.

The more you walk and talk, the more energy you need. Your body, the energy machine, does not really care from

where it gets the energy. It just needs energy.

Now your body is real smart. It knows that it has to protect itself from times of energy shortages. So it stores

your "potatoes". And it just happens to store your "potatoes" around your middle or on your bottom until you need

them. And being a nice guy, you help your body by eating a lot of extra "potatoes". But then, of course, your

middle or bottom keeps growing.

The process of changing the size of your storage bin (be it in the middle or at the bottom) is simple. You put

"potatoes" in the storage bin. You use them for energy. As long as you keep putting more "potatoes" in the storage

bin than you take out to use as energy, your storage bin gets bigger. When you take more out than you put in, your

storage bin gets smaller.

Some "potatoes" have more energy than others. Some are better for you than others. Some have bad things in them

that make your body wear out and fall apart. Some have bad things that make my your body, the energy machine, work

less efficiently and shorten your life. And some have good things that make everything better and help you live

longer. You read about this on all sorts of warning labels and so on.

But regardless of what you put into your storage bin, they are all "potatoes" that are converted to energy.

So I listen to Einstein. If I get rid of energy faster than I take it in, my storage bin goes down. It does not

matter what kind of "potatoes" that I eat, it is just a matter of using energy faster than I take it in. If I put

more into my storage bin than I take out, my storage bin gets bigger.

So, according to Einstein, to lose weight, just use more energy than you put into your storage bin. You can do that

many ways, but the end result has to be the same.

It does not matter what time of the day, how fast or what kind of energy it is. Less energy means less size.

So, according to Einstein, how do you do it?

If you are 30 pounds overweight, it means that you have to use 30 pounds of energy more than you take in. It all

comes down to getting rid of an extra 30 pounds of energy from your storage bin.

You do that by doing two things.

Change the type "potatoes" that you eat. If you change from fast food hamburger type "potatoes" to fruit type

"potatoes", you put less energy into your storage bin. And the size of your storage bin goes down. (See information

about checking how much energy you put in. http://www.masterpage.com.pl/calorie_counter )

Increase the amount of energy that you use. The more energy that you use the more your storage bin goes down.

Increasing energy use is easy. The easiest is to walk or use an elliptical trainer exercise machine. Walking is

easiest. But elliptical exercise machines do have some advantages because they can be used year round and in the

privacy of your home or office. (See information about using them at

http://www.masterpage.com.pl/outlook/elliptical_trainer_machine )

You can do one or both of the above. Nothing says that you can't eat what you want. Nothing says that you have to

eat things that you just don't like. All that you have to do to lose weight is to put less energy into your storage

bin than you use. Eat what you want and when you want. But keep the amount in less than or equal to the amount

out.

So whenever you eat, remember Einstein's famous formula, Calories =My Weight Squared, and change the amount of

energy you are putting in and increase the amount of energy that you are taking out.

If you are 30 pounds overweight, it means that you have to use 30 pounds of energy more than you take in.

Change the type "potatoes" that you eat. If you change from fast food hamburger type "potatoes" to fruit type

"potatoes", you put less energy into your storage bin. And the size of your storage bin goes down. ( See

information about checking how much energy you put in. http://www.masterpage.com.pl/outlook/calorie_counter )

Increase the amount of energy that you use. The more energy that you use the more your storage bin goes down.

Increasing energy use is easy. The easiest is to walk or use an elliptical trainer exercise machine. Elliptical

exercise machines do have some advantages because they can be used year round and in the privacy of your home or

office. (See information about using them at http://www.masterpage.com.pl/outlook/elliptical_trainer_machine )

You can do one or both of the above. Nothing says that you can't eat what you want. Nothing says that you have to

eat things that you just don't like. All that you have to do to lose weight is to put less energy into your storage

bin than you use.

So whenever you eat, remember Einstein's famous formula, Calories =My Weight Squared, and change the amount of

energy your are putting in and increase the amount of energy that you are taking out.
About the Author

About The Author

Gary Granai is a publisher of the Eastern European Review Blog and several web sites that are related to Eastern Europe. His main travel site for Poland is at this link

 



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