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June 09, 2011


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I agree with thed idea of the MyPlate being far superior to the old food pyramid, it makes it a lot easier to understand. Where I think the goverment should go further is to try to get the food industry to cut down on the amount of artifical ingredients like E number etc, that they put in outr food.

how much weight can you lose in a month

I agree portion sizes are more important then counting calories. though i do dis agree with the last comment, i believe artificial flavorings are great as long as they are tested to not have side effects.


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Counting calories is a great way to stay on top of your dieting. The hCG drops diet for example is all about making sure you don't consume too many calories.

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The article is thought invoking. job nicely done i must say.

how much weight can you lose in a month

the types of foods you eat is more important then how much you eat... plan and simple, eat healthy and most likely you will lose weight, eat like crap and most likely will gain weight, thats just the way it is

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When eating to gain muscle, the best (and the simplest) advice I have ever received was, “Don’t eat to get fat. Don’t eat to stay lean. Eat to grow!”

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