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    I'd be your partner but you live too far away, my husband wouldn't like it, your wife wouldn't like it, I'm moody, and I like being alone so it just wouldn't work out (haha).
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    UPDATE: Coincidentally, I had to get a bunch of tests updated with the company nurse today in anticipation of being trained to run a forklift. I found out that for the first time ever my blood pressure is high. It tested at 152/115.
    That is high... May I recommend this to you? Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide - Main Page

    It'll remind you when you have had enough. Guilt trip works.

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    Fattened up mouse? Just in time for Thanksgiving! =^.^=
    Now where's my rotisserie?

    Yeah, I'm about 5'10 myself with a medium build. Looking at myself compared to last year I'd guess I'm about 190 and I'm pretty sure 40 of it is the kind of weight I don't want. I'm slowly working on it, but I don't remember to eat at the right times to buy the good food. It usually just ends up spoiling in my fridge while I'm off doing other things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    I went to the effort of converting so I could understand what 230 pounds is, really you guys should use kilograms, youd be just over 100 and sound so much lighter.

    I really have nothing to add that hasnt already been said I just wanted you know I went to an effort
    If that's true, though, it'll be so much harder to lose a kilogram than a pound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImNotTooPopular View Post
    If that's true, though, it'll be so much harder to lose a kilogram than a pound.
    But youd have less to lose

    And whaddya mean if that's true!?!


    btw did you pwn the pumpkin pie judging contest mousie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    But youd have less to lose

    And whaddya mean if that's true!?!


    btw did you pwn the pumpkin pie judging contest mousie?
    I was judging pies in a competition between cooks, not competing to see who was the best pie judge.

    But in the process, I did manage to pwn three whole pieces of pumpkin pie (including my son's delicious pumpkin chiffon effort), plus numerous other dribs and drabs and scraps of pie.

    It was low-sodium, at least.

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    5'7" 170lbs *tear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Amazon.com: The Shangri-La Diet: The No Hunger Eat Anything Weight-Loss Plan: Seth Roberts: Books

    It works. If you don't believe me, ask the 12 pounds I had gained back from my last bout with Weight Watchers that have disappeared effortlessly in the past month and a half or so. I have always felt like changing my eating habits was like pushing a boulder uphill. I could never sustain my momentum for long enough to lose everything I need to lose, let alone keep it off. This is different. I am eating when I'm hungry, eating what I want, and eating 'til I'm full. I just happen to want to eat good stuff, and less of it. I haven't had fast food in almost six weeks now, which is HUGE for me.
    I got this book from the library and spent 1/2 hour reading part of it. Looks interesting. Combines several concepts:

    1) Cook at home vs. fast food joints or prepackaged foods.

    2) Variety is the spice of life. Use different spices when you cook. Try different cuisines and flavors.

    3) Avoid processed foods and refined starches. Eat an orange instead of drinking OJ. Eat brown rice instead of white.

    He gives very specific and somewhat unconventional reasons for eating these ways, but if you follow just those 3 pieces of advice you'll probably lose weight anyway.

    Theoretically, you can eat whatever you want - fast food, cake, junk food, starches, etc. But if you follow his advice, you'll lose weight faster and feel like eating less overall.

    The catch is taking several spoonsful of sugar water and/or light olive oil each day, which is what resets your metabolism, makes you feel full, etc.

    I'm willing to give it a try.
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    I've been doing this to get more active. It's pretty damn easy, and pretty damn cheap. Just make sure you have the right shoes.

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    They look like they have fun, maybe?


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