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Episode 67: Ken Armstrong

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Thank you for tuning in for another episode of Life’s Best Medicine. Ken Armstrong is a business analyst, cyclist, and low-carb/keto proponent. He has an amazing weight loss story—losing over 210 lbs over the course of his dietary journey—with high points and low points and lessons learned along the way.

During their conversation, Brian and Ken discuss forgiveness and self-respect, the joy of living a self-disciplined life, the calm and peace that tend to result from eliminating sugar from the diet, the damaging effect of constant stress, learning from your mistakes and refraining from making hasty, uninformed judgements, making good choices for your mental health, being kind and patient in the face of ridicule, the physiological effect of spiritual and emotional disorder, and the meaning and value of faith.

Life’s Best Medicine According to Ken: “Friends, family, environment, joy, and peace.”

Thank you for listening. Have a blessed day and stay healthy!

 

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