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  • Reply to: The Calorie Myth   3 years 11 months ago

    You have misunderstood what I said. I did not say to reduce the fat in your diet, rather you should focus on reducing the fat in your body. Too many people focus on weight loss when the issue is how much excess fat they are carrying around. Simply focusing on losing weight could result in muscle loss, dehydration, and even reduced bone density, all of which are detrimental, but look good when you are standing on a scale. If you are doing it right, you will lose the fat but keep the muscle, bone and water.

    Shannon

  • Reply to: The Calorie Myth   3 years 11 months ago

    This isn't necessarily true. I found that the difference in calories is not about reducing fat. Increase in fats and protein equaled an increase in satisfaction.I chose to reduce carbs and made quite a change in my once purely vegetarian diet to do so. Since fat burns hotter, I can actually eat as much as I need to keep satisfied and I still lost extra weight.So much easier for me than trying to satisfy my body with less and less food.Nutrition counts as much as calories too.Sarah

  • Reply to: Your Scale Is Lying To You!   4 years 10 months ago

    Man, you are so wrong about coffee ice cream. Yum!

  • Reply to: Having It All   5 years 6 months ago

    I found myself re-reading it unintentionally.. LOL. Brings a bigger smile every time.

  • Reply to: Having It All   6 years 3 months ago

    I agree so very much with this article.  I think more of us are learning, finally, to remember to have an "attitude of gratitude"....it makes all the difference in how our day goes.  To be grateful and to have respect for all ...isn't that what the master plan is supposed to be?  I am in my 67th year and am still learning and still having to remind myself of this.  I found this article while doing research on cob houses and I would love to rid myself of too much stuff and live this lifestyle and be more with nature...simplifying sounds so very, very good.