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Not a Good Morning

Tuesday, September 03, 2013

I musta slept wrong. Well I know I slept longer then usual which is not a good thing. I have scoliosis and whenever I sleep to long I wake up sore. This morning my right shoulder is killing me and very hard to move my right arm or even lean over towards the right.

I also gained weight this morning...but I expected that seeing as I went out with my aunt yesterday. We walked all over a few different shopping centers (which was a good thing) but then she got hungry so we went to a chinese buffet (which was a bad thing). So I was up almost 2 pounds this morning.

Obviously people from Asia don't eat like that because they are usually why do we serve such food here?

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KADULAC 9/4/2013 11:35AM

    Buffets are so bad for us. I can only imagine what other countries think about us with our extra large servings so we can save money. Hope you feel better as you get moving.

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2HAMSDIET 9/3/2013 11:25PM


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TRAVELGRRL 9/3/2013 7:18PM

    OMG~! We went to Asia three times, for a total of -- 10 weeks? and I barely gained anything each time even though I ate everything that was presented! It's vegetables, vegetables, vegetables, with a little fruit and nothing processed. I think the buffet was the salt and the fried food fat

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TORTISE110 9/3/2013 7:49AM

    Salt, salt, salt! Get a day in of eating whole healthy foods and that water weight will go. Hang in. emoticon

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NELLJONES 9/3/2013 7:18AM

    Asians DON'T eat that way. I can't remember which of the recent popular books discussed this, but Asian chefs have to make major increases in salt, sugar and fat to appeal to American diners.

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