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OBESTY Problem in Sikhz !!!


Ideal Singh
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Its all 2 wid diet and fitness. I've notice dat most Gee'annies seem 2 hav a bally, not dat its bad or ne ting.

2 remain trim we need 2 cut out snacks and hav fruit at snack times.

Drink more water, dis will take out nearlly all intoxines from da body.

And start walking more.

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from my observations at the gym.. most apne dont know what the hell fitness is

they think that havin a sauna will make them thin :LOL:

they jus do baby walkin on the tredmil

they think that puttin on heavyweights n doing elbow /knee bends is gonna do em benefit

and they work out their mouths more then anything, talkin about how much zameen they have over in india.. how someones son ran away with "flanas" daughter :LOL:

n plus its the diet... when u make thurka u put in ghee and tel.. then u put some more ghee into the daal once its made... then chopar the rotiya with ghee.. when u wanna reheat the daal/sabji u put another dollop of ghee into it.... :LOL: :twisted:

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The only Sikh I see who are fat are the Gurdwara Bhai's from India eating too much Karah Parshaad, those that drink too much alcohol and old Bibiaan.

I used to be fat until I changed my life around, because of my Satguru.

I am forever grateful to my Satguru Guru Granth Sahib for teaching me some Buddhi.

I just know that none of our Satguru were fat.I very much suspect they were lean and fit, and physically STRONG, especially Satguru Har Gobind, Satguru Teg Bahadur and ofcourse Sacche Patshah Guru Gobind Singh.

I hope all Sikh out there are strong too.I've been blessed with above average strength :oops: I have a mean grip :twisted:

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1. We've become lazy

2. Too much ghee in our food

3. NO health conscious eating habits

4. Too much mithiai and too much prashad

5. If SIkh men really loved their women they would make an effort :twisted:

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Every Sikh should train everyday if not regulary weather is ShastarVidiya or otherwise, and form of excercise/yoga is beneficial to the body, keep a balance of everything excercise,paat,socialising,sleeping habits.

All have a tremendous benefit on the Soul :LOL:

+ Which girl wants a fat singh,

Pictures of Guru Nanak Dev Ji as a fat old man, sitting in asan, What a load of rubbish if a man who walked half the earth with that gut that big wouldn't be able to. Guru ji must have been strong, well build, with a spear in one hand, weapons in his kamarkasser and built like a stong horse fine handsome young man :LOL:

or he could be a podgy singh with a gut think about it :wink:

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Guru ji must have been strong, well build, with a spear in one hand, weapons in his kamarkasser and built like a stong horse fine handsome young man :LOL:

or he could be a podgy singh with a gut think about it :wink:

:shock: Oh Come On!! atleast avoid MANMATT while talking about the Guru... :cry:

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a cure to obesity is JUST TO SAY NOOOOOOO! i know its hard and if you have to run away do it! don't let those uncles and aunties pour food on ur plate when ur hand is on top beggin to stop, RUNNN!!! lol (u lose some calories as u run too, BONUS!)

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Sorry Ideal Singh but Sukha Singh is right the Janamsakhis,

especially the B40 Janamsakhi (publ. Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar) clearly says that when Guru Nanak was made a prisonner by Pathan robbers the Pathan women refused that he would be sold as a slave for they fell in love with his beauty. Same thing for Guru Gobind Singh. Anup Kaur was so madly in love with his beauty that she tried to trap him : see Anup Kaur's sakhi in Charitropakhyan.

Again Ideal Singh you accused Sukha Singh of manmat when actually he was right. I told you already before to be less judgeamental.

are you familiar with the psychological concept of PROJECTION?

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Oh yeah he never wore a pug it was loose cloth like a mullahs, all the modern day pictures are from Sobha Singh, who if you look at pictures of Sobha Singh's Grandfather he look's amazingly similar to the Guru Nanak photo on my wall at home :oops: Don't get me wrong i liek the pic, but if you want to see Guru Nanak Dev Ji see his bani :LOL:

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Are you familiar with the psychological concept of PROJECTION?

Good Newz Lalleshwari "Penji..."... you can put all your psychological yearnigz here...

http://www.sikhawareness.com/sikhawareness...opic.php?t=1962

If you say that whatever there is written in the Janamsakhiz can not be Manmatt then I take my wordz back... But Dont you think that these are sometimes glorified ? Moreover if you just simply take your vision on the Sikhawareness.comz hoarding above on your screen, you would say that the photograph shown of Guru Nanak Ji above is Manmatt... Do you think itz fake... Then why is it there at first place... and How do we know that Guru Nanak Dev looked like this image or not... Is it just our manmatt... Illustion... Thatz why I was saying that atleast spare describing the appearance of our Guruz according to our Manmatt...

And the main thing is what sukhsingh said : if you want to see Guru Nanak Dev Ji see his Bani

So, I was talking about OBESTY... Itz amazing how easily we drfit away from our main topicz...

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IDEAL.....man... you bother me sometimes..straight up.i've got nothing to hide... you're jus as much responsible as anyone ewlse for the topic changing..look at your whole long post! it had nothing to do with your original topic until your last line... and honestly, what are you trying to prove by continuously objecting to lalleshvari...and callig him Penji...you're just as aware as everyone else that he's a veer, and you should totally not disrespect him... don't be jealous of his knowledge.

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IDEAL.....man... you bother me sometimes..straight up.i've got nothing to hide... you're jus as much responsible as anyone ewlse for the topic changing..look at your whole long post! it had nothing to do with your original topic until your last line... and honestly, what are you trying to prove by continuously objecting to lalleshvari...and callig him Penji...you're just as aware as everyone else that he's a veer, and you should totally not disrespect him... don't be jealous of his knowledge.

Oh Dear jsb!! I apologize if you think I am deviating from topic... and bothering you all so much... but if you (please) read the whole discussion thread you would find that the immediate debate going on above is not at all out of context... just for once un-biasdly read the whole thread and tell if there is anything written above is wrong about Manmatt while describing the figurez/image of our Guruz... Read the whole threadz completely before jumping to any conclusionz dear jsb. (Oops ! Sorry again for being judgemental...!!!)

And honestly speaking I have no jealousy against anybody... Although I am least bothered by the leg pulling of mine being done by some of most active friendz in this forum ever since I have been part of it... In fact some of you may remeber from my first ever post itself... Actaully I enjoy being criticised coz that keepz me in good stead... and givez me a chance to improve myself if I have something positive to learn... and as a matter of fact I am opening a new Thread named "Let us Criticize IDEAL Singh !!!" ...so that I can improve myself... not joking...

Well... Lalleshwari... as the name suggests can only be a name of a "Penji" and I call him Penji as a mark of my respect to the name (she) not to the person (he)... Lalleshwari: was a Sadhni from Jammu and very near to Guru Nanak Dev's heart... and I thank "Paaji" for enlightening me about his selection of name... And I would like to add here that although I believe in Freedon of Expression but alwayz avoid making personal remarks about anybody... You know what I am talking about dear jsb... but if I have done so please quote me where I have done it & I am really sorry for that...

Oooopz!! Now I am really going out of context... So let us continue with this discussion...

Recently In a survey conducted in India, it was established that Punjabiz are more prone to heart attacks than anybody in whole of the India...? I am trying to trace that article over internet... and I would surely paste it as soon as I find it...

bhul chuk maaf karn di kirpalta karni G...

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1. We've become lazy

2. Too much ghee in our food

3. NO health conscious eating habits

4. Too much mithiai and too much prashad

hmm and not only GHee and stufff

WE eat alot of TALYA HOYA FOOD

such as Pakore

TIkiya and stuff and

last but not least, as Steel Bangle G said :

and they work out their mouths more then anything, talkin about how much zameen they have over in india.. how someones son ran away with "flanas" daughter
:LOL::LOL::LOL:
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Yes Sir as you say sir :oops: !! but whole of mine post was not crap... Here it is reproduced again...

The Punjabis were more prone to heart diseases as compared to

people living in other regions of the country and even the young persons

around the age of 30 were facing heart attacks, said noted Cardiologist

Prof Upendra Kaul of Batra Hospital, New Delhi, here on Sunday.

He was in the city to deliver his key note address ''Coronary Care 2003 and

beyond...'' at the Zenith 2003 Summit organised by USV Ltd and Patiala

Cardiology Initiative. Talking to Times News Network, Kaul said that

Punjabis were very fond of fatty diet but on the other hand they had almost

said bye to physical activities. The farmers are getting their work done in

the fields from migrant labour instead of involving themselves in hard

physical work. Under these circumstances, they were inviting heart

diseases, Kaul said.

The noted cardiologist said that at least half an hour brisk walk, keeping

blood pressure at normal level, reducing weight, leaving the bad habit of

smoking, keeping the cholesterol under 150 and at least checking of blood

sugar at least once a year could save a person from heart ailments. He said

there was no substitute for regular walk and it should be started from the

childhood. He advised if any person faced some trouble in walking, he

should contact doctor before and with his recommendation he should go for

exercises. However, the treatment of heart attacks was costly but soon it

would be within the reach of the common man.

He disclosed that a tablet of aspirin could reduce the mortality rate by 22

per cent. Earlier, delivering his key note address at the Zenith 2003

Summit, he said there were great changes in management of heart attacks and

now we could expect less than 5 per cent mortality if state-ofthe-art

treatment including thrombolytic therapy (clot buster) or primary

ballooning of the blocked artery was carried out in very early hours, which

is known as Golden Hours in medical parlance. Better and more gratifying

results will be there in future but time was of essence to management and

it was vital that heart attack management centres and heart care units were

made more accessible to public.

Dr Harinder Bali of PGI, Chandigarh, stressed on recognising and treatment

of hypertensive patients who are largely asymptomatic. He also noted that

diabetics were more prone to heart attacks and needed early management with

bypass surgery or ballooning techniques. Dr SS Kothari, paediatric

cardiologist at AIIMS, New Delhi, stressed on early recognition and

treatment of heart diseases and stressed on the positive results of surgery

in paediatric heart patients. Dr Balbir Singh of Batra Hospital, New Delhi,

discussed catheter-based interventions in patients with fast and irregular

heart.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/cms.dll...how?msid=170837

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