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5/31/13 1:40 A

There are lots of health benefits associated with macrobiotic diets, like clearer skin, better mood, increased energy. it is my first time trying it out, so i haven't made a commitment to make macrobiotics my permanent way of life. i want to learn some new healthy recipes, a few of which may become favorites that i will reuse in the future. so, no, it is not just about weight loss for me.

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5/31/13 12:49 A

Is this supposed to accomplish something besides weight loss? Just wondering, since you make it sound temporary, instead of a change for good.

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5/31/13 12:46 A

I learned a little bit about macrobiotic diets from a friend, and now that I've found a "macro fusion" cookbook that I like, I finally got brave enough to try it! I am already vegetarian, so it shouldn't be too difficult to be vegan for a while (the book includes ten days of vegan menus/recipes). Now all I need is a pressure cooker. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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