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Kirstie Alley: 'Yes, I Gained 83 Pounds'
no its not normal but is one of my issues, i can eat fat, any fat like most
others eat sweets or carbs, so i am extra viligent as i know it will get out
of hand very quickly, to pay attention to yourself and what you can eat or
have to keep control of it is some great advice, Lee
"Willow Herself" wrote in
I don't see eating a ton of butter on top of everything being "normal".
Am I weird?
"The Master" wrote in message
On Thu, 7 May 2009, Kaz Kylheku wrote:
A diet is a way of eating that, if sustained, leads to abnormal weight
emaciated appearance. A way of eating that over the long term results
normal weight and appearance, even if slender, is not a diet. It's
"A regulated selection of foods, as for medical reasons or cosmetic
loss" - www.thefreedictionary.com/diet
You see, Kirstie started eating "normal" again, rather then the cardboard
tasting **** that they sell you at Weight Watchers. Over time, she put
the weight back on. So she's not allowed to return to "normal", because
"normal" makes her big again, obviously...
So people like you use the term "life style change", yes? You have to
eat a specific way, to maintain weight loss. That's a glorified diet, by
definition, since it is the regulated selection of foods...
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