Dietitian in Kansas City is Not too Proud to Beg
I am really not too proud to beg. I beg and plead all of the time. I guess I have to find a more effective method to help my friends make healthier choices, huh? I beg my friends to eat more veggies. I plead with my friends to stop eating breakfast sandwiches (high in everything bad and low in everything good). My wise friend says I should “save my breath to blow on my soup. (Soup- too high in sodium).
However, I refuse to give up. I refuse to roll over. I am on a mission and no French fry is going to stop me. I will not be destroyed by donuts.
So here I am begging again.
I need some friends.
I hear you.
Who wants to be friends with someone who takes away donuts and breakfast sandwiches?
Today I am begging you to do something that is so much easier than changing your diet.
Would you please, with sugar on it, (I have reached the bottom as a dietitian when I have to put sugar on my begging), pretty please “LIKE” me? Will you pretty please with sugar on it ask your friends to LIKE me too? I promise I will not take their cookies and pizza away.
Just click the LIKE button in this box. My webititians (these are experts in web stuff) say I desperately need more people to like me. (They don’t understand what it’s like to be a Dietitian. They expect the impossible.)
Thank-you. And to show my appreciation I want you to go and enjoy a nice piece of extra dark chocolate. Don’t worry; I am magically removing all of the calories (only for the next 10 minutes).