Stacy Witscher wrote:Nor is there any consensus on what is a "healthy" diet.
Pearl Sutton wrote:...I noticed if I hit the cafeteria in the hospital, the choices for healthy food were VERY scanty....
Stacy Witscher wrote:
The biggest thing that I'm trying to move away from at this point is industrial food. But being new to my property, I just don't have everything in place yet. So, I do the best that I can, at any given point and time.
Tyler Ludens wrote:Ha! I'm wrong! Take that, me! https://www.thedailymeal.com/healthy-eating/yes-it-possible-eat-too-many-vegetables
Lito George wrote:
Funny how the body resets itself under different conditions and if you listen carefully and with honesty you'll know what to fuel it with.
Tyler Ludens wrote: Yes. Some people are "thrifty gainers" like my husband, who gains weight very easily. Being a thrifty gainer is good if you are a pig destined for slaughter, or a hunter-gatherer, but it isn't good if you are a modern civilized person. My dad, on the other hand, has the perfect metabolism - his appetite apparently exactly matches his activity level. At 89 he is the same weight he was when he entered the Navy way back during the Korean War.
Tim Kivi wrote:Some fat people are in denial about the physical reason for weight gain though. They fail and then insist it isn’t physically possible for them to be thin. I had one fat person even insist her body creates calories out of nothing.