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Eating too much?
Mar 9, 2009
... Try to think about what exactly you ate and see if there is any pattern. It might be a good idea to keep a little food journal for now until you identify what seems to be causing it. I get VERY bad stomach aches if I drink any milk, although I never had a problem with it in the past. ... (3 replies)
... D twice a day. But I told her that I might be able to get it at the store cheaper than their pharmacy. She said ok if you can, but here's the Rx anyway. ... (5 replies)
... skinless grilled chicken breast, grilled wild skinless salmon piece, 4 to 5 egg whites, turkey sandwich, or a protein shake made up skim milk a couple scoops of protein powder of your choice. Only 3 pieces of fruit each day. ... (16 replies)

... How much is too much? ... (16 replies)
... if I'm lucky I'll drink 4 or 5 of those 8 oz. cans of Diet Pepsi in a month's time. ... (16 replies)
Raw food diet
Jun 22, 2009
... Good for you for taking control of your health. ... (3 replies)
... I am 20 years old, 6 foot 2 inches, and I only weigh about 125 pounds. Since I was 7 years old I didnt gain much weight each year, but I was always tall. Each year in my teens i would only gain 1 or 2 pounds per year, at one point no pounds, but I never lost any pounds. ... (2 replies)
... Her body survives like that because she's still young. Unfortunately, it'll catch up to her eventually. I didn't drink water for years. I did drink a lot of milk and fruit juice though. ... (6 replies)
... matter to me and i know i'm not fat at all, i know i'm skinny but when i don't eat as much i don't want to cause anything bad because i already am skinny, and I can eat a lot, whenever someone is betting something or dare me or im just being leechy i can eat a lot. ... (3 replies)
Aug 15, 2005
... Hi everyone! I'm new to this board and it's going to be a pleasure getting to know you all. ... (3 replies)
... I get what you are saying kerry1, but in effect it makes me feel we need to also eat raw meat is also a form of "processing" to kill bacteria. ... (94 replies)
... Jennita, I have never heard of fructose intolerance but I'd believe it. They put it in everything these days and it makes me sick, too, like milk. I don't drink pasteurized or processed fruit juice, either!! In fact, I don't drink much except water. ... (94 replies)
... I love dairy too. I could eat cheese constantly. I could drink milk all day. I limit myself to only 3 servings a day though. It can cause stones in the urinary tract that are very painful to pass if you consume too much calcium. ... (4 replies)
... Personally I think cow milk and its associated products have no place in a healthy diet because of all the disgusting crap that is in it, even so called "organic" milk. ... (97 replies)
... congradulations, you are finally getting the quote ... (23 replies)
Soy Milk
Jun 30, 2004
... You should try Rice Dream rice milk in natural its DIVINE. Its much less sweeter than some of the soymilks. ... (10 replies)
... It's called probiotics, bacteria that is good for you. I personally think they are very helpful, especially for skin, and low level chronic or recurring yeast infections. Also the calcium is an additional benefit. I agree that many commercial ones available are too sweet and have too much sugar but I found a great alternative called Kefir, available at Wegman's and probably... (3 replies)
... You could also drink soyabeanmilk, I like to drink the one where u have to add soybeanmilk powder to hot water, it's really yummy. ... (5 replies)
... f rice each, and the various dishes will all be on laid out and all of us will take the dishes from there. Since it's a family sharing, no one will tend to take too much of the portions. ... (34 replies)
... partly skimmed milk drinker for practically all my life. At one point I would drink up to one litre a day! ... (48 replies)

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