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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-30 12:59:33
ID: 65567
In response to a confession. Thank you for this post! I am the OP of the original confession. I had peeled sweet potatoes mixed with white potatoes mashed together over the weekend, and I had no reaction at all. I had no idea the peel could be the problem, but it makes perfect sense now! I'm totally gonna check out the ibs foodmap you talked about. I've never even heard of such a thing, and it might really help me. Thank you again!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-30 03:05:41
ID: 65537
In response to a confession. Do you have ibs? There are loads of healthy foods that fall high on the fodmap for triggering ibs. If you ate the skin of the sweet potato that might have set it off. I can eat carrots and potatoes but if I don't peel them first, I'll be in misery.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-28 18:15:50
ID: 65558
I go hiking with my sister pretty much every week (we bubble together - we don't see any one else). She isn't as fast as me, but generally I don't mind because I prefer her company over getting a stronger cardio workout. But every now and then I wonder just how much workout I'm sacrificing. She always says she is sore the next day, and I never feel anything. Well, this weekend she wasn't able to go, so I decided to go for speed. A trail that usually takes us three and half hours only took me 2:25! Wow. And dang, am I sore the next day! I may have to go on more hikes without her (in addition to the hikes with her).
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-28 17:41:35
ID: 65557
In response to a confession. I agree with you. I haven't done yoga in a good while either and I was extremely irritable on Friday and I'm sure other days, too. I'm making it a goal to get back to yoga.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-27 21:36:54
ID: 65549
It's kind of amazing how soft most people are when it comes to exercise. I wonder how many people out there could easily go run a mile, come back and do 30 pushups and then do 100 jumping jacks. That's not exactly even a tough workout and I bet 70% of Americans over the age of 25 couldn't do it. That was part of why I started getting in shape, I think. The thought of not being able to keep up with daily life scared me Also, no one in my family ever did a lick of exercise and my sister and I did and still do. And we are the only ones in the family who have "our high school bodies" in our late 30s. It's not like we even do a ton; just a lot more than anyone in our family.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-27 17:01:05
ID: 65547
Today (Sun) means there are 96 days left of 2020. I'm thinking that I want to go vegetarian, read/journal daily, and mediate. Might do all or just one of those things. Anyone want to finish out this difficult year with intentions?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-26 22:39:19
ID: 65541
In response to a confession. I am 40 with no real wrinkles yet either. I know why though--it's because I inherited my mom's nasty greasy skin. So I have to deal with blackheads and large pores---but hey, no wrinkles. I really hate the tradeoff but whatever...it is what it is.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-26 18:59:00
ID: 65539
In response to a confession. Go on Amazon and order a food sensitivity test.. I've been having some bloating issues myself and can't figure out from what. I'm gonna order one and try it out. You just send in some blood and they email you with the results.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-25 22:03:37
ID: 65533
I've used Airbnb twice (once locallly and once internationally) and i will never use it again. Both experiences were terrible. The international one was straight up false advertising. When we got there the place was dirty with no hot water. The local one was beautiful but we found cameras. for these reasons and many more, i prefer hotels.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-25 16:51:33
ID: 65531
Does anyone have a good source for bras for smaller ribcages? I have been losing weight, and my 32C bras are way too big now. I bought a 30B online (wearpepper.com), and if I put it on the tightest hook it is OK, but I think a 30C or 28C would have fit better. But that a company doesn't go up to C.
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