well it's worked on me before. I'm a true believer of food, you know. like, eating right. It's what got me to where I am, it was a slow process (2 years) but I lost 14 kilos with that in mind.
but taking out carbs as a start doesn't usually work, imho. i went through the same thing last year. cutting down on portions, even if you're unto fatty foods and carbs, can help. its a matter of hunger self check. i mean, it worked for me this way. im not saying it should work for everybody.
taking out carbs 100% is the wrong way to do it. That's why I believe the GM diet and the Southbeach diet don't work. I've tried tons of diets, really, including pills and slimming teas and the like, so I really can say what I want about them.
the only sure way weight loss works is the real, hardcore, old-fashioned workout, and knowing what you eat. I won't go over the details as that could cause me to post at quite a length, and a somewhat insurmountable wall of text.
Let's just say... I know a lot about food
sounds like you do. nothing beats good old fashioned jogging and workout, provided that you can allocate time for it.
anyway, before my boyfriend left the apartment he apparently put some hidden clues without me knowing, and put me on a wild hunt last night when I found one of the clues. I had a really good time and I'm just sharing the cheezy stuff
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I'm drinking wine by myself lalalalala.
reminds me of last week. what wine was that again that starts with "F" and is in a box rather than a bottle?
in a box??? wouldn't it... leak out???
yung may gripo? Franzia ata yun.
That's not the only one that comes in a box and has a tap...I'm no wine drinker, but I wouldn't even use that crappy wine to cook with; it's that horrible. The wine won't leak out, since it's kept in a thick plastic bag (the same kind that soda concentrates are packed in, for soda fountains and dispensers) inside of the box.
Aaaaand I'm back...for a bit. I've been training two new guys to work the caf, since I'm finally getting my transfer request to the butchery (mmm, fresh meat!) area. Training is tough as nails, specially if you're training people older than you, who've had years to develop bad habits in the kitchen...one of them chucked my knife in the sink (tip first) since he "needed to clean" our station (he apologized when I reacted, but look on his face was as if I was the one in the wrong)...ohmyfuckinggod!
Last edited by Paper; July 26, 2012 at 06:03 AM.