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ClunyCapull wrote:Yeah, I'm still not really on board with "its ok to be fat"
Someone, PLEASE google the high fructose corn syrup princeton university study.
HALF of every gram of hfcs goes DIRECTLY into a fat cell.
No matter what exercise you do.
No matter what else you eat.
There is nothing you can do about it.
(most people anyway, not everyone stores fast efficiently)
For one to give up and just say that's ok is not ok with me.
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ClunyCapull wrote:roro, seriously, wtf is wrong with you?
If you want to read it, google it yourself.
Imploring people to help themselves makes me a baby though, sitting in a high chair no less; chirst your a fountain of wisdom.
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ClunyCapull wrote:Indeed, wisdom beyond your years . . . or
I'd say Not.
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ClunyCapull wrote:PHO= Partially hydrogenated oil
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I doubt that Holden Caulfield ever inspired more than sullen cigarette smoking.
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ClearmeadowStables wrote:For me miserable because of the weight = joint pain, lack of stamina and frankly zero self confidence. And yes, I was sick of being HUGE. I didn't have some underlying medical reasons for me being morbidly obese, I got that way because of the way I ate and lack of physical activity. The way I lived my life prior to the last year was very unhealthy. My blood pressure was sky high and I was told by my Dr that I would die young like my Father if I didn't do something about it. All of these things combined threw my ass into gear. I will never be SKINNY, I'm a size 12. I am loving the fact that I can put in an eight hour day at the farm and still have energy to come home and do something with my family. A year ago I would have to take a ton of breaks and when I got home I would need to just sit.
The food part of it was the hardest for me, I was borderline addicted to food. Feeling sad? sit down and eat a whole bag of chips. Anxious? have a huge bowl of ice cream. Wash it down with a 12 pack of Coke a day. I had to train myself to really think about what I put in my body.
Jun 9 12 8:32 AM
AppyButt wrote:Well, I only really think about how much fat I eat when someone brings up diet or I have to describe what I eat. Otherwise I just go about my life. I really only notice now when I don't get enough of it and I feel crabby and would cut a bitch for a donut. Which, of course, makes me feel worse.
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