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I’ve been going to a farmer’s market for the last couple of weeks and I plan to go until the winter. I’ve seen so many kinds of squash. I thought there was only butternut and acorn. There are tons! Are they all pretty much cooked the same way? If I get lots of different kinds, are they essentially the same other than color, or are they act…[Read more]
most of us are deficient in vitamin d. If you are, then you’ll feel better by getting your levels back up. So you need to start by knowing if you are deficient, but other than that, ya you can feel better by getting the levels up there again.
Thanks! I guess it’s always a good goal to stay in a good body mass zone even without trying to cure something. I wish there was more research about this topic and trustworthy information. Everything I read is contradicting.
I think that’s definitely something to talk to your doctor about. I mean, nobody seems to be having good results with it. Maybe there’s something we don’t know and that your doc can help you figure out?
If I’m overweight, not obese, and I lose weight to the point that i’m in a normal weight zone, should I automatically consider myself healthier than I used to be? Is weight loss into the normal zone always good for your body or are there exceptions?
I agree with Anne. Keep pushing forward! It’s like our bodies wait until the last second to get rid of the pounds we really want to lose. That way, we keep going until we really reach all our goals. I know that’s not true, but that’s how it feels. Don’t give up!
It depends on the one you get. SOme of them have a lot of mesh stuff. Others are made of really breathable fabric. Some are really just meant for when you’re in the water and they are pretty hot. Look into reviews, read what the manufacturers say about them and ask the store questions if you can. You can even just look into the fabrics list…[Read more]
LOL it’s funny how we feel we have to actually point that out now. Sometimes, it really is a friend! I’ve actually never asked for advice “for a friend” when it was really myself before, but you see it on TV all the time so it feels so common. That really made me laugh.
Exercise can temporarily effect it. She shoudl talk to her optometrist to find out if she should avoid some exercises. I’d say anthing that makes you go upside down (doward facing dog, etc) or very heavy lifting might do it.
What are the best things to have as a hiker to refuel on the go? I don’t want to use things like the gel packs marathoners use. I also don’t want anything with chocolate because that just gets messy when it’s hot out. What do you think?
Ya, low carb is still a thing. It just has lots of names now like “high protein ” or “high fat” so it’s not necessarily referring to what is done with the carbs, even when that’s what’s happening. Lots of differnet angles to it now.
I find that so frustrating! I don’t have a problem with the existence of casual running shoes. The ones meant for fashion, not actual running. They’re like comfortable everyday shoes but shouldn’t be sold in the same way as athletic shoes. It’s just not what they’re for!
I havne’t been hearing about low carb anywhere near as much as I used to. It’s all about calories or keto now. Has that theory pretty much had its day and now it’s just another fad that people couldn’t keep up and that didn’t stand the test of time?
Is it possible to prevent weight gain? All the weight loss tips are very handy, but the weight always comes back. Is that inevitable? Does everyone with PCOS have to watch their weight go up and down so much?
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