Folks who’s like to lose weight can – for the most part – interpret this information in reverse.
Bobdybuilder Casey Viator gained 63.21 pounds in 22 days in the well-known “Colorado Experiment” – with the help of Nautilus creator Arthur Jones.
Another time – and this is not well-known at all – he gained 75 pounds in 3 days without exercising.
Not even bodybuilder Joe Meeko could eat enough food to accomplish that. (It’s said that if Joe Meeko had been invited to the Last Supper, it would still be going on.)
100 or so years ago an emaciated man routinely “inflated” himself into an obese one back and forth again several times a night in a circus act for Barnum and Bailey.
Obviously, weight gain and loss isn’t just about calories.
Calories relate to the Thermal Endocrine Matrix – philosophically called the Third Chakra.
Cellular pressurization (a single fat cell is capable of expanding 1,000 times) relates to the Pneumatic Endocrine Matrix – philosophically called the Fourth Chakra.
When correctly UTILIZED, the Fourth Chakra can kick the Third Chakra’s butt any day of the week!
In the words of Kevin Trudeau, Natural Cures “They” Don’t Want You to Know About, Updated Edition, 2004 …
“You put in ten pounds of soil, and you put in one tiny little seed, and every day you add some water, and at the end of the year you have this big plant. Well, take the plant out, shake off the soil from the roots and weigh the soil. Guess what? You still have ten pounds of soil. The only thing you added was some water. If you were to measure the water, you may have added about five pounds of water. Theoretically, the plant should weigh no more than five pounds if it grabbed 100 percent of the water. But the plant weighs fifty pounds. Wow! What happened? How did fifty pounds of mass and matter magically appear?”
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