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At the end of the day, We are the ones who experience all the consequences (good and bad) of our decisions.
The experts take credit if they are good, but if it is bad then they claim we didn't listen or do it right,
Take their advice with a grain of salt.
Edited by: IMREITE at: 3/18/2011 (20:23)
And don't forget to eat the USDA recommended "genetically altered" stuff.
It's good for you.
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First rule in dying - seek professional advice. Dietitians will tell you about food groups and a balanced diet that will but on the pounds. Doctors cite their 10 hours of nutrition training as if they really knew anything about the body. Like lawyers who will only tell you what not to do, our medical community lacks knowledge.
Rule two - if your a diabetic learn to question everything. Most of what you get as professional advice is wrong, even dangerous. Think of it as if you are on a pirate ship and have been told to walk the plank. "loose weight" "Control blood levels" And take enough insulin to pack on the fat...
Rule 3 - If you gain weight you need to exercise more- longer- harder. After all it's your fault fatty. The truth -Exercise will make you hungry. Fat will shorted your life. your choice.
Rule 4 - listen to your tax funded USDA sell you more food. Can you imaging them saying eat less of what we fund.
Rules 5 - don't think for yourself. trust the books, the professionals, and all of the opinions offered you. At least the economy will be supported.