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    Quote Originally Posted by lotusberries View Post
    Lol, cow pus! I completely forgot about that. Back in our vegan days that's what my sister called milk as well.
    I think that, for industrially produced cheap milk, it is not entirely inaccurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimalMama View Post
    First of all, I don't know what is wrong with YouTube's Algorithm that it recommends High Fructose Raw Vegan videos to me, but that's okay...

    This is horrifying:
    How I lost my period on a RAW VEGAN Diet
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0ptJE79npA

    holy cow. I don't even know where to begin with how many things are wrong with this.... menstruation is toxicity leaving your body?! O_o
    Rather impressive. Most Darwin Award winners don't live to get theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RittenRemedy View Post
    Rather impressive. Most Darwin Award winners don't live to get theirs.
    Yeah, I couldn't finish the video because it was like opposite land - it was bizarre how happy she was that a raw vegan diet stopped her period. That's one of the clearest signs I can think of that you're doing something unhealthy for your body (outside of menopause at least).

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    I guess that's why I don't have periods. No toxins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    I guess that's why I don't have periods. No toxins!

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    That's definitely it! You must teach us your secrets for staying toxin-free despite your non-raw vegan diet! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    My office is looking into the possibility of hiring a nutrition specialist and Weight Watchers coach and/or a Biggest Loser competition that includes a monetary prize at the end. I'm all for people trying to lose weight that they don't want, but the Weight Watchers thing would cost the participants $10/week for 3 months! It all just strikes me as rather silly that people can't take responsibility for their own health.
    Back in my CW days I probably spent $500 to lose the same 5 lbs over and over on WW. Finally realized I was wasting my money-- the only way I was successful on WW was eating the same three meals for months at a time. Primal is so much better and I don't have to pay anyone to tell me to eat gross processed snacks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    My office is looking into the possibility of hiring a nutrition specialist and Weight Watchers coach and/or a Biggest Loser competition that includes a monetary prize at the end. I'm all for people trying to lose weight that they don't want, but the Weight Watchers thing would cost the participants $10/week for 3 months! It all just strikes me as rather silly that people can't take responsibility for their own health.
    for some, they would see this as a way of taking responsibility for their health, by paying and doing ww etc. (someone to tell them what to do). There are many people that are not self starters. It is just who they are and you can not change them. They have to change them self.
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    Kind of a CW moment last night. MY sister has her daughter-in-law on Wed nights, so I make it a point to go visit every Wednesday for dinner and play time. My sister has been awed at the weight I've lost over the last year (around 100 lbs). She is super supportive, but doesn't quite get it. Most likely because she has been around 120 lbs her whole life and lives off of ice cream, cookies, and an occasional salad. Actually, my entire family is fairly thin, except for me. Everyone tries to remind her on Wednesdays, to make some primal dishes for me to enjoy. Doesn't really matter to me because I'm fine grabbing a rotisserie chicken on the way for myself. My niece, being only 3, thinks it's hilarious that I eat it right off the bone.

    Well yesterday, my sister called to make sure I was coming after work and was excited to tell me that I didn't need to bring food and she made a great dinner or pork chops and broccoli. Perfect! I thought. No need to stop on the way and a hot dinner was waiting for me. When I walk in, it smells incredible! Everyone sits down to eat and she brings out the pork chops, breaded pork chops. She was soo excited and proud of what she had made that I didn't mention what the issue was. I ate half a pork chop and a bunch of broccoli. Then I picked up a chicken on the way home. She will get it one day

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBigDude View Post
    My niece, being only 3, thinks it's hilarious that I eat it right off the bone.
    How else would you eat rotisserie chicken?

    I went to my neighbor's place and she offered me a brownie... I declined, saying I don't really eat sugar... She said "there's almost no sugar in it, it's actually really healthy, it's gluten free, made with black beans!" Lol. I politely declined again...

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    If it is made of black beans and you can tolerate them you shoulda. Gluten I understand but a bit of beans would be a treat for me.
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