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Feeling lonely, so need more hobbies

Thursday, December 10, 2015      5 comments

My hobbies are not fulfilling anymore. I will try to ramp it up with music and dance,... Read more

Good information of how to preserve muscle and the benefits of healthy living

Thursday, November 05, 2015      1 comments

This site has so much good information, I want to keep track of these two winning articles.
mize_muscle_loss_while_losing_weight ... Read more

Doc didn't request right blood tests

Friday, October 30, 2015      5 comments

Went to doctors for annual check up. Mentioned my concern about developing diabetes. Got my blood work back. There was no test for blood sugar. So, how can I know if anything is wrong?... Read more

Weight bias

Thursday, October 22, 2015      3 comments

This video was the science project of a girl who is teased for being obese.
watch?v=92rWQ-OIb1Y More info here?
watch?v=BxzejNE0RT8 ... Read more

Long term goals

Thursday, October 22, 2015      1 comments

Long term goals: Waist to height ratio 0.5, 25 g fiber/day mix of soluable and nonsoluable, fish 2x per week, flaxseed 5 tbsp/day, plenty fruits and vegetables, exercise 6 days per week, get plenty of sunshine, drink tea, ge... Read more

Sometimes obesity is not due to behaviors

Wednesday, October 21, 2015      7 comments

Obesity is a complex condition with multiple contributors, including genetics, biology, sociocultural influences, the environment, and individual behaviour. Sometimes a woman can exercise, eat right and still be overweight due to environmen... Read more

CVD and Obesity

Friday, October 09, 2015      3 comments

Obesity is a gateway disease to CVD and diabetes. reducing BMI and waist circumference can mitigate the damage, but as the onset of these diseases occurs over decades, some damage will be carried forward by poor diet and exercise, even among our... Read more

Fiber protects

Wednesday, September 23, 2015      6 comments

A diet rich in soluble fibre has been reported to reduce the incidence of bowel cancer, gallstones, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), heart disease and diabetes. I''m taking the Sparkpeople Fit and fiber challenge. Loving it!... Read more

Worked on my online courses all day

Tuesday, September 22, 2015      2 comments

I love to learn especially about health related topics. There are free online courses at and I find that studying keeps me from overeating. They are so interesting! I also love the sparkpeople challenges. Very help... Read more

Bullied by swim instructor

Monday, September 21, 2015      4 comments

Today I was bullied by one of the swim instructors. I am so sad.... Read more

Went swimming today before studying

Thursday, September 17, 2015      2 comments

Working of stamina.... Read more

Did 2 acqua classes today

Wednesday, September 16, 2015      1 comments

Refreshing...and exhausting.... Read more

I've never been a gardner...but-

Saturday, September 12, 2015      3 comments

I'venever been a gardner, but today I tried my hand at pulling weeds. Next Saturday, we wil till the soil and plant some herbs. Wish me luck on growing my green thumb.... Read more

The unsustainable use of water in agriculture

Thursday, September 10, 2015      2 comments

The limited availability of water for agriculture is one of the biggest challenges facing farmers in nearly all parts of the world. What can be done? One thing is to not waste food. It costs resources to produce the food, and if we waste it... Read more

Some foods with prebiotics

Wednesday, September 09, 2015      2 comments

Prebiotics are found naturally in some foods like leeks, artichokes, garlic and onions, green bananas, They help our healthy microorganisms in our gut.... Read more

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