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food for thought or thought for food

And here is the anti-diet or "thoughtful eating" ...ok, i could use some of this... probably everyone with a jam-packed or fast paced or bad-habitted life could? my first born sent me the link... everyone where she works is on some Hollywood Cleanse diet involving only one real meal and two special cleanse shakes... and at off leash Stella's brother's people have been on the Paleo diet, have you heard of that one?

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wuweibaby
Feb. 9th, 2012 05:05 pm (UTC)
Yes, I've heard of the Paleo diet; I have several friends/acquaintances who are on or have done the diet.

My personal opinion is it's nonsense. A balanced diet is almost always the way to go. Based on what your body does and does not tolerate, of course.

There, I've said it.
dinahprincedaly
Feb. 9th, 2012 05:55 pm (UTC)
well, i agree... but i sure wish i could lose some significant poundage... it takes so much more resolve these days and sometimes just doing things differently, differently in any way, so kind of any new diet structure might work, makes the brain pay better attention
wuweibaby
Feb. 9th, 2012 05:57 pm (UTC)
true enough. and i've got the same problem about more of me than ever taking space in the world. :P
cedarfield
Feb. 9th, 2012 06:51 pm (UTC)
My theory is that anytime you're more aware of what you're eating, the less you eat--especially empty calorie foods. So any kind of "diet", exclusion, cleansing, anything, is going to work as long as you're being more aware of what you eat. Probably also the reason food diaries work so well.
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