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Re: [Poll] Should junk food be taxed?
Speaking of weight loss, I hit a high of 164 lbs in the '90s which is too much for my height and age (5'8.5). So I cut out soda pop completely and lost 8 lbs in 6 months. Then in 2006 I retired and cut my food consumption in half. I did that because I wasn't going to be very physically active in retirement. I dropped down to 128 lbs by this last summer, which is too little. So, I'm working my way back up to 140 over the next 3-4 months which will be my ideal weight. People ask me how I could drop my food consumption in half. For the first few days I was usually hungry but that subsided and I had a full feeling with much less food. No diet plans, just the obvious: eat less.
J E F FWhatta Ya Think About Dat?Premium
said by Bob Anderson:
. No diet plans, just the obvious: eat less.
That's true, it is that simple...easier said than done though..
My issue is eating late at night....which is the worst time to eat. I need to lost about 30 to be at ideal weight, not a lot, but enough.--
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. - Albert Einstein
peterboroAvatars are for posersPremium
said by J E F F:
My issue is eating late at night....which is the worst time to eat.
Depends on the individual and their regime.