Have you ever glanced at yourself in a mirror or on a shop window, I mean the sort of inadvertent glances one gives when one’s mind is absent? Well, I did the other day. I was walking in Miami, passing by one fashion shop after the other when all of a sudden I saw a reflection of myself which shocked me. Have you ever experienced this? Sure you have.
Funny how the mind works though. Tucked away behind the many recesses of the unconscious mind are memories, thoughts even realities that we don’t even know we have until all of sudden, something somewhere triggers one of them and they come to the surface, like an old log that finally pops up after being submerged for a long time. It’s like a photo album that we keep closed all the time and which quite unexpectedly opens itself on an old photo that we recognize immediately as if it had been for ever present in our mind even though we didn’t consciously know it existed a short few seconds ago.
You may say, that well, at the age of 50, a few extra pounds around the belly is a sign of wisdom, after all, Buddha himself is not known of his 6 packs but still, 50 is young enough to think of as relatively young, both in mind and in body. And the man that I was looking at in the window had seemingly aged beyond his years and oh boy, that man was me!
And so, even though I had thus far quite enjoyed my life the way it was, I have resolved to be more frugal in my daily culinary festivities whilst at the same time looking for science as means to help me achieve my goal of losing weight.
How do I plan on achieving this goal? Phentermine or as it is also spelled: Phentremine.