Take the Truth Pledge

There is a strong relationship between the chronic anxiety of being unable to control your financial destiny and being overweight. You may be in denial about your troubles but it is time to own up to both. The only way to reclaim your life is to stop lying and stand in the truth. Click here to print the pledge and join the Truth Movement.

Take the Truth Pledge

Don’t think there is a relationship between your weight and your finances? Think again:

  • The #1 cause of bankruptcy in America is a medical problem - being overweight increases your likelihood of ending up in the hospital.
  • According to a study by Stanford University, overweight employees make $7000 less per year than their healthier colleagues.
  • If you have extreme debt you are twice as likely to be overweight.

The chronic anxiety of being unable to control your financial destiny inevitably leads to stead to the deterioration of your health. If you are spending money you don’t have, odds are you are gaining weight you don’t want at the same time. You may be able to hide your debt but you can’t hide your health problems.

The only way to turn your life around is to do it with honesty and integrity. Standing in the truth means you need to stop spending money you don't have, stop eating food that isn’t good for you. Give yourself little goals: don't use any of your credit cards for one week. Next week promise yourself that you're going to stay at home and eat.

Take the pledge and join the Truth Movement (For a printable version, click here):

Truth Pledge - Web Version

J&J Vaccine and Blood Clots: What to Know If You Already Got the Shot

Six cases of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis have been reported among the 6.8 million people who received the J&J vaccine.

After the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was associated with cases of "rare and severe" blood clots, the U.S. government recommended officials pause giving the shot. But nearly 7 million people have already received the vaccine. So the news has a lot of people wondering if they should be concerned and what they need to look for.

The short answer: "Don't panic."

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