A manas fight against morbid obesity and middle-age crisis is all set to unravel in the pages of The Fight (of) For My Life: One Manas Fight against Morbid Obesity and the Crisis of Middle Age interrupted by Multiple Myeloma CANCER! Laced with photographs, The Fight (of) For My Life brings to readers a look back at the many obstacles the author encountered from the last decade concerning both his well-being and his social life. It reveals how Cain became morbidly obese, the many medical setbacks he suffered, what it was like to be over four hundred pounds heavy, his struggle on consumption, and much more. Readers will also find detailed articles on what life was like for the author through the years, including eating schedules, diets, daily journals, and tips on dealing with social prejudice.I used my one meal a day for my Thanksgiving dinner and made sure everything I ate was legal on my diet, except for one moderate serving of oyster dressing. ... This is my favorite holiday snack, and ita#39;s legal on my diet as long as I dona#39;t overdo it! ... (I call it a quest because not only did I have to get Robbya#39;s Christmas together, but now I have to do everything in my power to make myself look good!) anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Fight (of) For My Life|
|Author||:||Robert E. Cain Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-06-16|