Decide - FIT Human Performance



November 18, 2017 –

During the World Series the commercials reminded us that we do not have to cook. And I must say, the advertisements are SO appealing they’re hypnotic! Shoot, just last week I had to make decisions on what to eat while watching college football games. Let me be clear, my wife was out of town and well … hungry bear! Nonetheless, I found it silly to make a big dinner for two of us when there was only one of us at home, right?! So, I had to decide. For research and development of my Bob Report and to help you good people out, I went ahead and ordered pizza. It was rather tasty indeed!

Here is some important information on my decision;
Calories 434 Sodium 995 mg
Total Fat 20 g Potassium 0 mg
Saturated 9 g Total Carbs 45 g
Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 4 g
Monounsaturated 0 g Sugars 10 g
Trans 0 g Protein 21 g
Cholesterol 41 mg
Vitamin A 6% Calcium 29%
Vitamin C 9% Iron 0%

Wow, 1 slice = 434 calories. Yikes, but it was done as research for your information.



Sharon is back from out of town and I wasn’t prepared with food in the fridge so we had to get lunch. Due to a busy schedule and great advertising, I ran across the street for this tasty lunch. YUM, a foot long veggie sub. It was rather tasty indeed, all of it!

Nutrition information
Default nutritional values are based on the standard 6″ sub recipe.
SERVING SIZE (g) 162 CALORIES 230 Calories from fat 20
TOTAL FAT (g) 2.5 Saturated Fat (g) 0.5
Trans Fat* (g) 0 CHOLESTEROL (mg)
SODIUM (mg) 280
Dietary Fiber (g) 5 Sugars (g) 7
IRON % DV 15

My salad on a bread loaf equaled 460 calories. Much better … healthier and more filling than just one slice of pizza.

There is an entire planet of us humans being hoodwinked by advertising and the ease of fast, easy food. The trick is making a conscious effort with our decision-making. Halloween is past and now we have less than 2 months until Christmas. Since I do not want to be Santa Claus this year … I must DECIDE, FIT OR FAT! Stay active and make good decisions about your food choices.

In good health,


“Society drives people crazy with lust and calls it advertising.” = John Lahr