February 18, 2011

Good Meat weight-loss documentary

NAPT release follows man’s diet struggle

By Jessica KinzerNative American Public Telecommunications, Inc. (NAPT) proudly announces the release of a new documentary that shows the challenges of overcoming Type II Diabetes and poor diet amidst the poverty of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

Good Meat captures the real-time, personal weight loss battle of one Oglala Lakota man, Beau LeBeau. Once a star athlete in his community, he struggles to shed the pounds from his 333-pound frame in an unsupportive environment.
Comment:  For more on the subject, see Longest Walk 3--Reversing Diabetes and Ryan Huna Smith's Diabetes Comic Book.


Anonymous said...

Weight can be a difficult issue. I mean, yes, it's a matter of calories, but consider, 20 calories/day * 365 days = 7300 calories/year > two pounds/year, or 20 pounds over a decade. And 20 calories is, what? A bite of an apple? A handful of fries? A teaspoon of sugar?

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Unknown said...

The saying that "knowledge is power" is true when it comes to selecting the right diet. Find out what the diet recommends to determine whether the diet is safe. According to Web MD, a healthy diet plan should lower your caloric intake, but shouldn't lower vitamins, minerals or protein. Set aside any diets that appeal to your personal taste and budget, and that have a healthy amount of vitamins, minerals and proteins. Thanks.