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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-16 01:57:18
ID: 66668
In response to a confession. I agree that some people have the ability to just have a single donut or candy bar every now and then, but those people aren't the ones that develop a weight issue in the first place.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-15 19:48:39
ID: 66665
In response to a confession. I have to disagree with this.. Not always true about wanting more and more of the processed foods. Many people have the ability to just have a donut or candy bar every now and then and move on. I have kept my weight off for almost 10 years now mixing up my meal choices. Chest because if I choose to eat McDonald's one night doesn't mean I'm going to go off the rails and gain it all back. I get that whole, fresh, foods are way healthier, but let's be realistic here.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-15 16:29:09
ID: 66663
In response to a confession. Here's the thing, today's processed food is literally engineered to make you hungry, so you eat (and buy) more of it. So while you can still have processed food and lose weight, you are not setting yourself up for long-term success. Food manufacturers spend billions of dollars trying to figure out how to change your brain chemistry to make you crave more food. And they've been pretty darn successful. You may be able to over ride that for a while, but eventually that processed food, no matter how little, will trigger your brain to want more and more, making it much, much harder to not over eat.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-14 23:12:11
ID: 66658
In response to a confession. Oh, no, I get that you can have some processed food on any eating plan and still lose weight...what I more meant was "Is it better to cut out bread and donuts and cookies and only keep meat and butter and spinach or is it better to cut out bread and donuts and cookies and only eat potatoes and fruit and tons of veggies?" debate that goes on in the social media pages dealing with particular ways of eating. I prefer WFPB and including some processed foods as a way to maintain weight, but if you dramatically cut down on your intake of white breads, refined carbs, and just overall SAD food, you're probably going to lose weight no matter if you leave in mostly meat or mostly veggies. I think people get way too black and white about it and that's why most people can't stick to diets. You have to figure out what works for you and what you are willing to cut back on vs. not.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-14 19:24:23
ID: 66584
File this under 'creepy shit said to me by men': "Can I buy your next drink honey?" "No thanks." "Well, I hope you're putting those DSL's to good use" (This was a complete stranger, in a bar where I was sitting alone waiting for a friend, and he was probably in his 60's and I was in my twenties) I asked him what DSL's were and he said, "Dick sucking lips." And then he laughed and laughed. I got up an moved to the opposite end of the bar. Fucking creep.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-14 19:17:53
ID: 66616
In response to a confession. Well I saw a picture of Tom Brady with that other younger guy from the other team getting a piggyback ride from him. Does that mean Tom Brady's team won? I don't know, I just don't get out much. I was watching reruns of Star Trek while the game was on.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-14 01:04:07
ID: 66652
I did the keto diet and although it did work, I just couldn't stick with it long term. I love carbs too much! Imo it's never a good idea to completely eliminate a whole food group unless it's for a medical reason.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-14 00:22:48
ID: 66649
In response to a confession. I respectfully disagree.. I count calories and use a food scale for accuracy. I eat a mix of healthy, whole foods with a little junky, processed, sugary foods in the mix too. I have lost almost 70 lbs and kept it off for years. You don't HAVE to eat a pristine, all natural, organic diet to lose weight. Some people, like myself, like dessert or fast food or chips sometimes. Just eat less calories and move more ( if possible). Pretty simple.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-14 00:16:08
ID: 66647
I love watching the Keto vs. Whole Foods Plant Based arguments about which is better. Know why they both pretty much work? You are cutting out the crap! Most people will lose weight when they eat a clean keto diet and most people will lose weight on a mostly plant based whole food diet. Where you have problems is when you eat all the keto or vegan "snack foods" they market. I also wonder if people realize that calorie counts for processed foods can be off by a lot--20% or more. I find I do so much better when I eat mostly whole foods and focus on not eating processed garbage.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-02-13 01:18:14
ID: 66641
I just bought a small violin necklace for myself. I deserve to treat myself everyone once in a while.
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