Metabolic syndrome ? the regular army2
In my school days, I did not have to think about being on a diet at all.
Now, when I started to work (when I became a member of a reserve army of metabolic syndrome)…..
I started to work for a bank-affiliated firm.
I started to have what is thought to be, in general, the proper lifestyle habits during the two months course of the training for new recruits at the Tokyo branch.
Thinking back, I think one’s start of earning his own money means nearly equal to one’s entry to the school of metabolic syndrome.
I had left my home at Hachioji at 6:30am and have arrived at Iidabashi at 8:10.
I had Udon (Japanese noodles )at the restaurant in front of the station and I arrived at the office at 8:30 then I cleaned up senior staff’s desks….the training started from 9am and then it became lunch time at cafeteria at 12…..
‘Eat from the same bowl’---spending time with senior staff and fellow workers.
I forgot the details but the things I could get in the cafeteria are ‘fried food’, ’meat’, ’pickles’, ’miso soup’ and ‘big bowl of rice’.
After one week of the training course, I could finish a big bowl of rice which I had not able to do so when it started, and I think I started to have a second helping by the time the course was in its second month.
- Written by TatsuhitoSanka. -