Well, I'm the age I've got to think about my health. And as a matter of fact I don't trust most of the MDs around because the majority are nothing then money-greedy lackeys of Big Pharma. Hm, hm, I should do something about that subject, but not now.
More then 2 weeks ago I quitted meat. During this time til now I used substitutes like soy-products and had a bit of cheese and two eggs, but I think that I'll succeed in becoming something like a vegan. Something alike because I still wear leather shoes and I love honey. Inconsequent? Maybe. But I feel fitter and better than before.
And what's more:
I'm smoking less. Normally I used one package of halfzware (half-black tobacco) in two days. Then I reduced, tried "cold turkey" to quit, but it was terrible. A nightmare and emotional roller-coaster.
So I changed to orange package, then to yellow and now I've got "white" ultra-mild tobacco, which is more placebo than anything else..
Yes, I know, the ingredients are as hazardous as the ones in the other packages.
But at least it doesn't contain THAT much of nicotine and stuff. So I'm reducing the addictive substances more and more - and with luck I'm tobacco-free next week.
Wish me luck.
Ah, well, and I don't know, when I had my last beer...
Next time I'll probably rant about doctors and Big Pharma. Be prepared *ggg*