Get More Out Of Life While Managing Your DiabetesWritten by Brandon C. Hall
When I was first diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at age of 21, I had not given first thought to living a healthy diabetic lifestyle. As far as I was concerned, a healthy lifestyle was reserved only for fitness junkies and overweight moms.
I didn't know squat about benefits and overall happiness a healthy lifestyle would lead to. I was perfectly content eating frozen pizza, smoking cigarettes, and binge drinking on a regular basis. After I was diagnosed with diabetes, I had a lengthy discussion with my doctor that resulted in an epiphany, "Everything I love is killing me!"
First, we'll define what I mean by healthy lifestyle. When I asked question, "What is a healthy lifestyle?” common answer seemed to be, "Don't smoke, don't drink, eat only vegetables and protein, and make sure to exercise every day."
My first thought was, "You can give that crap right back to birds." I was 21, loved to party, and absolutely chock full of testosterone.
The ideas, practices, and benefits a healthy lifestyle provided sounded great for managing my diabetes, but I sure didn't like idea of my social life falling off face of planet. Believing in power of moderation, I made some compromises with my disease:
I quit smoking cigarettes and only smoked cigars on special occasions such as bachelor parties, Super Bowls, or birth of my first child. That last part was a joke. After many years of searching, special occasions are only reason I can find to put nicotine or smoke of any kind in your body.
For me, this was a big one. I'm not really type of guy that likes to meet girls at church, and school was not really an option for me, but drinking was all my friends and I did. As a result, drinking alcohol (sadly enough) was a major component of my social life. From that day forward, I laid down some basic rules.
Do Natural Male Enhancement Pills Really Work?Written by Staggerlee Phillips
Copyright 2005 Staggerlee Phillips
Do natural male enhancement pills really work?
The short answer: Some do, some don't. 99% of them are rip-off pills which are nothing more than vitamin pills.
What you should know from outset is that some penis pill companies are being sued and put out of business. This is all to consumer's good, because it allows more reputable male enhancement and penis enlargement companies to come to fore, with products that DO work. These are companies who take natural male enhancement to next level, and who can provide life-changing benefits that are desired.
"Don't Believe The Hype"
In past year, three false advertising lawsuits against makers of herbal penis enlargement pills have been filed in United States. All three suits seek class action status and claim to represent more than 1 million total plaintiffs.
The cases, filed in New Jersey, Colorado and Ohio, accuse manufacturers of herbal dietary supplements of falsely claiming to be able to add substantial length and girth to a man's penis. The companies named in suit are Alzare LLC of Boca Raton, Florida, manufacturers of Alzare tablets, Albion Drugs, manufacturers of VigRx pills, and Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, who produce Enzyte. These three products, incidentally, are also some of most popular and highly-advertised penis pills, and some have appeared on late-night television info-mercials.