From the Editor’s Perch

Gravity and Overeating are the Culprits

Gravity and Overeating are the Culprits

Two Tummies on a River Cruise.  (Notice how they lean backwards against the railing.)

Two Tummies on a River Cruise. (Notice how they lean backwards against the railing.)

Eliminating Lower Back Pain Immediately!

As we age we not only lose muscle mass, but we gain weight around our midline.  As can be seen in our diagram above, this can put tremendous stress on the already small muscles of our lower back.  When they become tired or strained, we hurt!  Here’s an immediate solution.

Look at this last diagram.  See how the happy man is supporting his lower abdomen in a finger woven ‘tummy sling’.  This immediately counters the downward pull of gravity on the lever arm of his protruding stomach.  The small muscles of the back are saved from strain.  The pain goes away.  This man is happy.

aaaaahhhhhHH!!!

aaaaahhhhhHH!!!

Plus, the woven fingers keep him from eating more, and more….

Stay tuned for more cheap, easy to use, health tips from your Editor, (as they occur to him), right here.

And P.S.  You may try this at home.  I’ve tried it out myself!

Photo and diagrams by Carl Nelson

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