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Who is your neighbor??

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Would you be my neighbor?


http://neighbors.whitepages.com/

Creepy

  
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TREASUREDBYGOD 3/4/2012 9:57PM

    I agree. Very creepy! The pictures are at least a year old, but it still seems like an invasion of my privacy.

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 2/12/2012 9:23AM

    Hmmm! I like our privacy too much to do that kind of thing! Sounds like you feel the same way! Yes, I think it's great to know your neighbors, but not that intimately! emoticon

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"We all need somebody...to lean on!"

Thursday, February 09, 2012

Awww I love this video - had to share it with all my SparkBuddies!! Thanks for the push in the right direction!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2eUYog5C
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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 2/9/2012 4:58PM

    Oh, I SO love that song! And it's so true! Thanks for the shot back to the past, too! emoticon

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Chocolate Cake For Breakfast. Bill Cosby would approve ...

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

My husband just sent me this news article - he loves me!!

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Check out this article!!

http://www.aftau.org/site/News2?page=New
sArticle&id=15967

I can remember times when I used exactly this rationale to eat a dessert that I craved early for breakfast - usually I did stay busy and active that day. Who knows - it might not be as far-fetched as it seems? Especially considering some nutritional theories that say:

Eat like a King for breakfast.
Eat like a Queen for lunch/dinner.
Eat like a Pauper for dinner/supper.*

(*some cultures call the noon meal "lunch" and some call it "dinner". Then the ones who have "dinner" during the mid-day meal will call the evening meal "supper". It may also be a generational thing but that's what all my grandparents and great-grandparents called it while they were alive.).

Hmmm food for thought, alright - but still gotta have BALANCE in this whole thing!!


  
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REMODELINGPAT 2/9/2012 11:01AM

    emoticonIt's not the wrong time for a piece of chocolate cake...unless you just finished eating one...FREQUENCY and PORTION CONTROL are the key...

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 2/9/2012 10:31AM

    So right! Great blog! And a HUGE yay to chocolate cake now and then! emoticon emoticon

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COOLEYFAM 2/9/2012 9:47AM

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PHEBESS 2/9/2012 7:19AM

    I've always been a proponent of pie for bkfst - all that fruit, plus some grain for the crust - add a glass of milk, and it's like a bowl of cereal with milk & fruit!

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JANTWO 2/9/2012 12:09AM

    I remember Bill Cosby's routine about the chocolate cake for the kid's breakfast. It was hilarious!!!!


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200 Situp program (even a video!!)

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

I've mentioned a few, verrrry few times, that I'm slowly working my way through the iphone app "200 Situps" (which are actually crunches...).

Today I did my test to determine if I stay in Level 1 for the 5th & 6th week, and I made it all the way up to 50 or so. I've forgotten already, will have to look at the app again to see what I put in. So now I go on to level 2.

I'm kinda slow doing them, though, never really confident that I'm doing them correctly. Probably need a trainer... but for now, I found a video on YouTube that gives me hope that maybe I am actually doing them correctly. I really like the background music too 'Eye of the Tiger'...


Now, please remember that SparkPeople splits up what appears to all be on one line, while I'm in edit mode, into two or three new lines, in the mode that you are reading - so in this case, the 2nd line is a couple characters of gibberish. Just copy the entire thing and then paste it into a new tab or window in your browser. It should work.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ozhi5V3RP
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JANNEPERRY 2/8/2012 8:15AM

    That youtube post was tooo funny! Good job with the crunches. You are catching up to me! emoticon

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EIGHTISNTENOUGH 2/7/2012 9:59AM

    I have done similar programs! They rock! Keep up the good work :-)

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CocoaVia

Sunday, February 05, 2012

Have you seen the ads on SparkPeople for CocoaVia? I just started seeing them last week and ordered one small box - just to see. I got email today that it has been shipped, so I should have it this upcoming week.

In the meantime, it occurred to me do do a SparkPeople websearch on the "Disadvantage of CocoaVia" ... Surely it's all good? Right?


I was surprised to read this comment, buried waaaaaay down about 2/3 of this webpage (seems to be a randomized listing of various cocoa and chocolate research that this guy could find...):

http://www.raysahelian.com/cocoabean.htm
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"CocoaVia
June, 2006 - The US Food and Drug Administration has warned Mars / Masterfoods that its CocoaVia chocolate bar is in breach of FDA regulations on several grounds and given the company 15 days to respond. In its warning letter, FDA questioned the level of folic acid in several CocoaVia products as well as the heart health claims they were employing due to their plant sterol content. FDA also stated the products' health claims meant they should be classified as drugs. In regard to folic acid, FDA stated foods to which folic acid can be added are designed to keep total folic acid intake under 1mg. "The consumption of higher levels of folic acid can mask anaemia in persons with vitamin B12 deficiency. Under those circumstances, the consequences of the anaemia (i.e., severe and irreversible neurological damage) would go undetected," it said. The FDA warning went on to say the CocoaVia products contained too much saturated fat to carry a heart health claim. "The labels of these products bear the claims 'Promotes a healthy heart' and 'Now you can have real chocolate pleasure with real heart health benefits,'" FDA said. "These claims are false or misleading because of the high levels of saturated fat in the products." The letter added: "The regulation authorizing a health claim for plant stero/stanol esters and reduced risk of heart disease includes the requirement that the food bearing the claim be low in saturated fat (1g or less of saturated fat per reference amount and not more than 15 per cent of calories from saturated fatty acids)." Moreover, FDA said the claims promote the bars as being able to "prevent, mitigate, and treat hypercholesterolemia" and should therefore be classified as drugs."

2006? I've never heard of the product from 2006 until now.

Glad I didn't sign up for the monthly renew shipment feature.

We'll see how that works out...

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PROVERBS31JULIA 2/8/2012 12:13AM

    Allegedly it was put into the mail Saturday. It's almost Wednesday! Hope the post office didn't eat my chocolate already!! Or melt it...seeing as winter is only now starting to arrive and I don't remember where it was shipping from.

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LITTLEFARMMOMMA 2/7/2012 9:02AM

    Wow! That was interesting! Let us know what you think when you get it, ok? You sure are on top of things! emoticon emoticon

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JANNEPERRY 2/6/2012 7:38AM

    It is VERY hard for me to figure out what is accurate information on new to me food products. I mostly stick with whole foods, but I do confess to a "bar" habit. I try to be sensible and go with what works for me. I think you were wise to start out small and see what happens. Keep us updated. emoticon

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PHEBESS 2/5/2012 5:52PM

    I saw the add and clicked on it, read the info - I'd rather read a box and find out all the nutrients as well as the ingredients before I buy any.

Let us know what you think!

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BESTMEPOSSIBLE 2/5/2012 12:40AM

    Hadn't ever heard of the product. I take it that it's a chocolate something? I don't like chocolate, but you should post how you like it.

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