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    Facebook status update :(

    One of my FB friends:

    Day 1 of healthy grazing (eating 5-6 "meals" a day) and I'm sitting at roughly 133% of my RDA for fiber and 257% of my RDA for sugar, thanks to all that fruit...and I'm only three meals in. Woof.
    I'm tweaking my eating habits a bit and seeing how it affects my running performance...and I'm also trying to be a bit more diligent about tracking what I actually eat (I use the Livestrong iPhone app for that). Counting calories is the easy part - it's the numbers for things like sugar and fiber and protein that I seem to consistently exceed...but I'm eating undeniably healthy things. Guess we'll see what happens.
    I decided to live and let live

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    I know - I hate it when you feel like you could potentially help someone, but must bite your tongue and let them find their own path!

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    Sugar...I...consistently exceed...but I'm eating undeniably healthy things...
    "Undeniably healthy". Nobody in the world could deny that high-sugar fruit is healthy, eh? Will he indeed see what happens... or will he see only what he wants or expects to see? Never mind, I can't criticize. I bought into that lifestyle myself for a long time. Without MDA I'd probably still be making massive fruit smoothies every night and wondering why non-stop exercise couldn't budge my weight.

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    that's just so sad
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    more gems from same lady:

    is going to make the most of the rest day by (a) participating in a KU Med study on lower leg pain in distance runners, and (b) making a salmon salad for dinner!
    was reading the new issue of Runner's World Magazine last night, which discouraged wearing heels while training for a marathon. Sigh.
    Icing after a fast 4.7 [miles] and realizing if I'm going to treat the shredded parmesan cheese like an actual meal, I have to count it as a meal. Heh.

    COULD THESE BE ANYMORE BAITING? XD
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    Mess with her. Ask her if the salmon is wild caught.
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    lost 2 pounds last week, which translates into roughly 1:45 off my marathon time - yay! Also getting ready to lose another toenail (it's a lovely shade of purple right now) which translates into roughly 2 more months of embarrassment in flip-flops and open-toed shoes.
    She needs an ultimate Grok-over

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    I can't imagine any sport that results in the loss of body parts being good for you.

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    Haha, I have a toenail that's about ready to fall off, but from mountaineering, not running. Somehow footwear seems necessary in sports that involve extended treks over snowy/glaciated terrain.
    I don't even care about how my toe looks though. I'll wear sandals/go barefoot and if people have a problem with it... well I'll tell 'em exactly where they can shove their complaints
    Subduction leads to orogeny

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFastCat View Post
    She needs an ultimate Grok-over
    She's running from something, that's for sure.

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