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  1. http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/going-vegetarian-poses-own-set-potential-health-risks-185053959.html The long and short of it is that you need a balanced diet that supplies all the essential nutrients your body needs... blindly scarfing down vegetables to prove a point doesn't improve your health any...
  2. stevie ellis

    diet irn brew

    its wee regret but a nae langer drink brew. A got an email fae a best pal in OZ telling me fit it dis te the body so am aff it for good:mad: am now on vodca an tonic:cute:and will drink at till a get an email fae a nither best pal telling its sh7t inaw:notworthy:
  3. Guest51810

    So much for my diet!

    Cracked open a tub of ben jerrys, so much for my diet! Anybody else addicted to their icecream? lol. My favourite is cookie dough!!:jiggy:
  4. 2tigers

    Which diet?

    OK, so summer is around the corner over here in the UK and I, like lots of others out there, am hoping to shed some weight and get myself a little fitter in time for the lovely long summer we will have (always wishful) Please share your thoughts and assist me and others who are on that dreaded weight loss fight, with your personal experiences to help us decide which is worth a shot, and not waste our hard earned pennies! I know its really down to healthy eating, smaller portions and exercise. But sometimes with a busy lifestyle it is so difficult to fit it all in. Wish I could be whisked away to a health farm for a while, but that aint gonna happen! Top of my list, I am thinking to join weight watchers and have been reading up on Pro-Points, what are they? And whats the pro's and con's with this method? How do points work? There is also slimming world...... ??? Or have you ever tried Jenny Craig or similar? Or even a meal substitute diet like lighterlife or similar? Thanks and I look forward to your idea's, please post away if you have questions, your questions are probably mine too! lol
  5. Guest

    Should I diet for my medical?

    Hi, I have my medical booked for January 2009 and wondering whether I should diet? I'm 26 years old, 5 ft 6 and am almost 11 stone which on paper looks quite heavy. When in actual fact I work out 5 times a week and do weights, so my muscle makes me heavy. Is there a limit or guidelines on what weight they think is acceptable or is it not a big issue? Thanks for your help, Vicky.
  6. ErmintrudeMcMoo

    Has your diet changed??

    I`ve been reading the pumpkin thread and it got me thinking about how much my diet has changed since arriving in Oz. If you`d asked me back in UK to eat pumpkin or sweet potato, I would have answered honestly that I didn`t much care for either, yet when we first arrived we stayed at relatives and (not wanting to be rude) ate some - finding that I really enjoyed it! I don`t know what is different about it over here but I do enjoy roast pumpkin & sweet potato. We also eat a lot more fresh meat (especially lamb) and there seems to be more choice with vegetables and fruit and I find myself being a bit more adventurous in what I try (though it is mostly seasonal, which I think is good anyway). Anyone else noticed a difference in what they eat??
  7. minlady

    xrays done...need a diet!!

    Hi all Had our xrays taken the other day.... in preparation for the rest of meds next Tuesday.... Glad to say the reports were clear... :laugh: no hidden TB etc ..... But, OH MY GOD, if i look closely at the film the size of my boobs look massive on xray and the rolls of my fat are clearly visable at the side so i have decided to go on a crash diet for Tuesday!!!!! :biglaugh:and the M&Ms have gone in the cupboard for now!!! Wish us luck!!!! M:wubclub: