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Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy: Advice From Rock’s Ultimate Survivor

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  • In Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy, Ozzy replies to readers’ questions with his outrageous wit by going deep into his past to tell memoir-style survival stories never published before
  • Ozzy explains how he became one of the few people in the world to have his entire DNA mapped in 2010

The trouble is, it’s so easy to get things out of proportion. I’m guilty of the same thing myself. For example, I recently went through a phase of having egg-white omelettes for lunch as part of a low-calorie diet. Then one day this light blub went off in my head, and I thought to myself, ‘Y’know what? This tastes like fucking shit.’ So I went back to eating normal omelettes, and, low and behold, I didn’t grow five extra bellies overnight. As long as you’re not having a dozen eggs every morning, another dozen for lunch, and another dozen for dinner, what’s the problem? It the same with anything: all you need is a bit of common sense, and chances are, you’ll be fine.

Ozzy Osbourne

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