The Inside Track On Why I Prefer Being An OUTSIDER (and why you should too)

There is a TV show I like called Outsiders.

It grabbed my attention right away because it’s pretty wild.

It’s all about a battle between the Farrell clan, a family of renegades, who live in the hills of Appalachia and their fight to maintain their way of life from the modern town’s people.

They live a life in tune with the land.

Up in the hills.

No electric or TV.

Drinking “moonshine” and sleeping with their cousins.

They don’t follow laws or even use money and they have their own natural medicine doctor. The towns people fear them, because of their alternative ways.

It seems to me, that they are onto something.

Now I don’t recommend you move into the hills, sleep with your cousins and start drinkin’ moonshine.

But, if you ask me, an alternative way of life can seem like the better option, especially when the masses are getting it so wrong.

I mean, who wants to be the same as MOST of the sheep-le in the WESTERN world:

-Eating junk food three times a day
-Needing coffee to provide energy just to get anything done
-Sedating ourselves with food, alcohol and medication
-Overworked and stressed out
-Underpaid and close to broke
-Out of shape, overweight, obese, SICK and unhealthy

Thats why I PREFER to be an outsider. And not to follow all the sheep.

My advice: TURN YOUR BACK on the masses and the way they live, and become an outsider yourself.

Choose an alternative way, a simpler, natural and a more rewarding way, which will likely make you much healthier and happier.

I’m not saying to become a weirdo, to never drink , and eat lettuce all day, you can still have your little treats and blowouts. What I am saying is, that you need to do less of the unhealthy stuff and more of the healthy stuff.

To learn my wicked ways and still be able to enjoy your favourite foods like curries, fish cakes, chicken burgers, sticky chicken, meatballs, chocolate brownies, blueberry muffins and alike, I’d recommend joining one of my slimming clubs or a personal training programme.

To do that, get yourself over here and fill out a form:

Richard Clarke

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