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Stewart L

Stewart Lawrence is a trained sociologist and political scientist and a regular columnist for the Washington Times and the Federalist. He is also a former feature contributor to Inside Philanthropy, Counterpunch and the Huffington Post. In 2012 and 2016, he covered the US presidential election campaign for the conservative news magazine Daily Caller. His work has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor and Washington Post. He is currently working on a book about the politics of US immigration policy.

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    jerdawn@gmail.com

    Why does there have to always be a pharma money making pill to do the job that we can do easily ourselves? I’ve done intermittent fasting and it is easy to do the 18 hour fast. I eat at noon and 6 pm. Keep busy in the morning so I don’t have time to feel hungry. Drink plenty of water (I love it with lemon and orange slices in it) and eat healthy foods avoiding sugar, high fructose corn syrup or any artificial sweetener except erythritol. Also avoid breads, pasta and potatoes. Lots of healthy fats only (avocado oil, butter, olive oil and the wonderful coconut oil). There are lots of great ideas for keto foods to eat even if you don’t eat 100% keto. You will lose weight, lower blood pressure, lower insulin resistance, and just plain be healthier. Not hard at all. We live in America where the abundance of heathy food choices to eat is infinite. No excuse to eat unhealthy with a little education. Fasting is a BIG help!

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