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    In other news...I got an award!

    Today was the last faculty meeting of the year. They gave out certificates to a member of each department. I was chosen out of the 10 World Language teachers. It reads:

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    did you say that you are not supposed to track, or just that you are not supposed to keep track of calories?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    In other news...I got an award!

    Today was the last faculty meeting of the year. They gave out certificates to a member of each department. I was chosen out of the 10 World Language teachers. It reads:

    Kingston High School Community Excellence Award presented to Paula Lucas for Outstanding Service, Leadership, Integrity, and Commitment to the KHS Community.
    Yahoo! congrats, from how much care you take I am certain it was more than deserved. No chance there was a monetary component, huh?
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    My "Program": doing my version of a 4:3 - 3 day fast diet with real food every day, with a little twist of anti-inflammatory mixed in.

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    No tracking. She has size recommendations for each macro and every macro has to be present in every meal and snack. I already know the protein and carb counts of most foods I eat, so this shouldn't take too much extra effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    The problem with PB is that it doesn't really account for the binge situation.

    I can envision Grok and family roaming along and finding some berries and nibbling on them because they were there, maybe some succulent looking greens even. I would not be surprised to discover that they ate when it became available as opposed to only when they were hungry.
    I had this same argument and someone in the nutrition board told me they wouldn't eat it as they came across it b/c there were others that need fed too, so they would collect it and share it later. I call BS. I think in times of plenty they would graze and in times of not-so-plenty they might collect and share.
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    Yeah I think your argument makes more sense. I could be totally wrong on this, but weren't they nomadic for the most part?

    Truth be told, I think that each of us has a slightly different adaptation because of our ancestry. I don't think we have to go all the way back to cave men to figure out what is best for us. I think we can go back and see steps. ie. when we started farming as a race we became smaller with shorter life spans. I think that the convergence of multiple situations have created the obesity we see now around the world.

    Paula, now that I have started this data gathering I am sort of addicted to the information, I actually think I would have trouble dropping it. I have been reading her web site, and I think I am insulin-sensitive adrenal fatigued (is that the word she used? can't remember now) as well. so I will be watching your progress closely.
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    I don't think tracking is bad per se. I don't personally get much out of it. Servings/ day has always been easiest for me. When i was in the eating disorders hospital 20 years ago, every day, every meal for a month we walked past the nurse at the end of the food line and showed her our tray while listing the food groups on it. "1fat, 1 protein, 2 carb, 2 veg. We were told how many of each thing to have for each meal or snack to make X calories. It was simple and it worked.

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    Personally I can't stand all the stupid 'what would grok do' arguments. Truth is, no one knows. All you can do is figure out what works for you - now. I hope your new plan works for you Paula, I eat fairly regularly too and I include all three macros at each meal/snack and it's working great for me.

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    congratulations! btw, my inlaws are inviting us out in early august. now that i know your last name, i can stalk you!! (I'll let you know the detail if/when it happens)

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    Congrats on the award Paula!

    I agree in that you need to do what is best for you. This whole what would grok do is silly. Simple rules: Eat real food, Eat when hungry/needed, Move.
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