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In the past when Simpson went to 'yard' he would sit in the bleachers and watch other inmates play softball, but now with his new-found prison workout friend, he would exercise and it paid off, added the prison insider.The newly freed felon was able to show off his significant weight loss when he was spotted out and about in Nevada on his first weekend on the outside.He switched over to the prison's diabetic diet, which limits the inmate's calories to 2,600 a day Sometimes Simpson would complain because the diabetic diet wasn't based on the quantity of food but rather on a calorie count of 2,600 per day.Not only did Simpson eliminate sweets, cookies and snacking, he started walking around the prison track during his 'yard' time.Her memoir is a rare tribute to the heroism of some of the victims themselves, including the unimaginable courage and strength shown by a group of ten female friends, nicknamed the Zehnerschaft, who supported each other through the tortures of the ghettos, deportations and death camps.The Zehnerschaft was made up of young women between the ages of 16 and 26, including Mrs.Pictured: Simpson leaving a country club on Friday (left) and at a hearing in 2013 The former NFL star's weight gain had gotten so bad that he could barely walk, was on the brink of diabetes and other weight-related problems.But he cut out eating snacks and starting exercising to get himself in shape (pictured after his release)Breakfast: Fried egg sandwich with cheese, breakfast cake and some sort of starch Lunch: Sack lunch, sandwich with processed meat, veggie sticks and a bag of chips, piece of fruit Dinner: Hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, lasagna, spaghetti along with a healthy portion of starch---------------------------------------------------- A prison insider spoke of Simpson's unhealthy snacking habits, adding that the football star was a regular at the prison canteen buying Little Debbie cakes snacks, ice cream, candy bars and Ramen noodles.


The 70-year-old had ballooned up to 300lbs since he was locked up in 2008 for an armed robbery and kidnapping.

In Man’s Search for Meaning Viktor Frankl observed that “…most men in a concentration camp believed the real opportunities of life had passed.


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