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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-17 02:03:08
ID: 54899
In response to a confession. i haven't read the book but i'm familiar with it. i agree with you. while people can be healthy in a wide range of sizes, people at either end of the spectrum (extremely fat or thin) can have health issues related solely to their weight or lack thereof.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-17 00:09:16
ID: 54897
In response to a confession. So you don't eat any cheese, I take it?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-16 23:06:35
ID: 54896
In response to a confession. Gross.. If I see mold on any food I'm about to eat, it goes in the trash. No way am I going to scrape it off and then eat it anyway. Even if it is supposed to be moldy. Hard pass.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-16 22:32:45
ID: 54895
Has anyone read the book "Health at Every Size"? My therapist wants me to read it and although I love the concept that you can be overweight and healthy, I don't think you can be "healthy" at EVERY size. I think there's a point at which you can't really deny that your body is no longer person-sized.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-16 21:45:37
ID: 54891
In response to a confession. Sauerkraut is supposed to get moldy. Just scrape the mold off the top and let it keep going. I've made lots of homemade sauerkraut and it's always amazing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-16 05:13:10
ID: 54663
! I always kinda use drew Barrymore as a barometer as to how well I'm aging. It's official. I'm aging well. Better than Drew. Still love her but I have better skin at this point. Now it's on, Angelina Jolie. You're my new barometer.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-16 01:08:23
ID: 54880
Took a pickling and fermentation class with bf at urban farm and we had so much fun! The pickled carrots turned out amazing!! But the cabbage became a little moldy. I think one jar is still good to eat though.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-15 21:46:47
ID: 54874
In response to a confession. Oh, maybe that's a big part of it. I am the only one of all of us who exercises regularly and eats a very clean diet, so that could be a big part of it. I am pretty sure none of them eat enough fiber and that could be why they all have GI/gallbladder issues. Diverticulosis runs in my family, so I eat like 40 grams of fiber a day, haha.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-15 21:03:25
ID: 54872
In response to a confession. I'm the same, OP. I'm in my mid-40s and the only one out of my dh, inlaws, siblings, etc..that isn't on some type of meds for blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. One of them also gets migraines, another one gets unbearable heartburn, one has back problems. The the list goes on and on. I am super lucky and grateful to be healthy (although I eat well and exercise so it's not all luck or genes).
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-15 16:06:06
ID: 54866
I haven't had my cholesterol levels checked in about 5 years. I've been nervous to because my parents both have high cholesterol and I figured I would too. In the last 6 months or so I have started back jogging and eating healthy. I never eat any fried foods anyway (makes my stomach hurt). Finally broke down and got tested.. Woo-hoo.. My total was 162 and I don't remember the individual numbers (triglycerides, hdl, etc.) but they were all in the optimum range as well. I feel like a weight has been lifted!
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