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Anyone else watch channel 7s Sunday Night program last night? He makes bold claims usually against scientific facts, heres a few: Paleo We promote an organic diet of small to moderate amounts of well sourced seafood and or meat from land animals, an abundance of colourful vegetables and fruit, (lower carb preferably as the majority of your intake) and good quality dietary fat as opposed to the criminal low fat movement. Avoid dairy We encourage people to ditch the dairy as a marketed health food from the dairy association for 3 months and see how their bodies feel without it. Some of his other claims are really out there, how do you stand on his whole approach to life and eating 'well'. Money spinners or does he talk sense?
Stevie got me thinking about this one, and by the way mate, congrats again and have a lovely evening tomorrow my friend,:wubclub::yes:. Stevie is lucky to a degree where he seems to have found a lady in his life who is good for him and vice versa, and Stevie has also said that never a crossed word has been said, nice one mate, wish I could say the same in truth,:embarrassed:. I'm not talking of the more 'explosive' arguments where the tenure of the debate can become very cruel and the like, but the more mundane things, like disagreeing and soon enough you find yourself all worked up and steaming off down the pub or sulking in the bedroom,:shocked::policeman:. I think to a degree it is fairly healthy to have the occasional blow out as long as certain boundaries are kept to. In a past life I fully admit to being one of the most argumentative, arrogant little pri7ks you could ever meet, and in turn this led to a few failed marriages, no hiding from the fact that I could (and can still be) a complete and utter arse.:embarrassed: But I have learnt over the years to temper my emotional outbursts and when push comes to shove I will walk away from an argument if at all possible, and I will ALWAYS be the one to say sorry, no matter if right (IMO anyway,:biglaugh:). Healthy debate is good, to air certain things and get them off your chest to me is part of being human, but all the same I now HATE arguing wit my good lady, and will do all I can to smooth over the situation and make things right again. It's NOT a case of rolling over like a lap dog, nodding in the right places, just a realisation that 'mostly' the little niggles we do have are just that, niggles that can be sorted in a matter of minutes. Of course arguments can extend to my other family as well, me and my brother are polar opposites, absolute chalk and cheese. His political beliefs, aspirations and how he views the world are totally different to mine, and to tell you the truth we often 'debate' a certain point to a degree where it can become argumentative, but at the end of the day we realise there are boundaries and we stop ourselves going too far, and even when all this is said and done, he is my best mate, as well as being my brother,:wubclub:. So do arguments ever resolve anything at all, or would you go out of your way to avoid them at all costs? Cheers Tony.:wink: