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Old 04-19-2007, 11:14 AM   #11
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Wowzers, 6.5 lbs? Dem is some wayyyy out of control genes there. Definately should put a stop to those.
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Old 05-19-2007, 08:24 PM   #12
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I spoke to a doctor early last week who told me only 2 out of 10 people are able/willing to keep to a diet. Wonder if that has anything to do with genetics?
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Old 05-20-2007, 07:49 AM   #13
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I spoke to a doctor early last week who told me only 2 out of 10 people are able/willing to keep to a diet. Wonder if that has anything to do with genetics?
Shame doctors think that way. Would be nice to have more that focus on lifestyle changes that last instead of thinking it has to be a diet....cause I agree, no one stays on a diet....it's the whole mental deprivation thing....but make it lifestlye changes, people have a chance.
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Old 05-22-2007, 07:39 AM   #14
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Two Cents From Heather

Tradition says an angel promised Abraham that he would live a long life if he ate the biblical version of yogurt. He lived to be 175 years old!

Today, in parts of Turkey, Armenia and some of the more remote regions of the Caucasus Mountains, there is an unusually high number of very old people. Men and women often live well beyond 100 years while maintaining healthy, active lifestyles.

The reason is they eat plenty of yogurt. The longevity theory has never been tested on humans.

But when scientists with the US Department of Agriculture were researching the effects of yogurt on salmonella infections in mice, they discovered one astonishing side effect: the mice that were fed yogurt did more than beat the infection – they lived much longer than those that were not given yogurt.

Like Yogurt, there are 16 more foods which makes you healthy.

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Old 05-22-2007, 07:57 AM   #15
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Tradition says an angel promised Abraham that he would live a long life if he ate the biblical version of yogurt. He lived to be 175 years old!

Today, in parts of Turkey, Armenia and some of the more remote regions of the Caucasus Mountains, there is an unusually high number of very old people. Men and women often live well beyond 100 years while maintaining healthy, active lifestyles.

The reason is they eat plenty of yogurt. The longevity theory has never been tested on humans.

But when scientists with the US Department of Agriculture were researching the effects of yogurt on salmonella infections in mice, they discovered one astonishing side effect: the mice that were fed yogurt did more than beat the infection they lived much longer than those that were not given yogurt.

Like Yogurt, there are 16 more foods which makes you healthy.

Heather
Wholly cliff-hanger batman! C'mon Heather! What are the other foods!
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Old 05-22-2007, 11:44 AM   #16
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Wholly cliff-hanger batman! C'mon Heather! What are the other foods!
If Guinness isn't on the list then I call the whole thing flawed.....
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Old 05-22-2007, 02:12 PM   #17
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Wholly cliff-hanger batman! C'mon Heather! What are the other foods!
Tofu, Boca Burgers, Cocoa Puffs, pita bread, Pop Tarts (strawberry only), chocolate cake, Bud Light, Lay's Sour Cream n Onion chips, chili cheese fries, nachos (only if they have guacamole though), Krispy Kreme donuts, deep fried Snickers, Ramen noodles, McDonald's Big Mac, meatball sandwiches, and anything from Cold Stone Creamery.

Ok, so Google turned up this document with the text Heather posted: http://www.ladyjr.com/Books/17-Bible...-That-Heal.pdf Most of them would qualify as what most of us consider healthful.
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Old 05-22-2007, 04:37 PM   #18
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"....But it's so easy to blame genes...they can't be seen, so how can they be overcome?"


I can see them and I can show you yours for a small fee.

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Old 05-22-2007, 04:52 PM   #19
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and anything from Cold Stone Creamery.
You know, I went to Cold Stone about a month ago (under strict orders from a chiropractor) and I noticed that of all the people that walked in nobody was fat. Weird, huh?
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You know, I went to Cold Stone about a month ago (under strict orders from a chiropractor) and I noticed that of all the people that walked in nobody was fat. Weird, huh?
so you broke in after hours and saw the cleaning crew??
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