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great articles.......thanks for sharing.........

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maintenance is a lifelong plateau, so a bit of "rehearsal" for maintenance isn't the worst thing in the world
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8/4/09 8:31 P

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8/4/09 4:30 P

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Just a snippet on each...check 'em out and let me know your thoughts!

What is Food Addiction?

Covers whether food addiction really exists, a working definition of food addiction and whether a significant weight problem equals food addiction.

How I Reconciled My Diet With My Feminism

My attitude toward my fatness has largely been shaped by the feminist, fat-positive movement: I wasn't going to make myself miserable trying to force my body into the mainstream image of ideal female beauty, and I was instead going to work on being as healthy as I could be -- eating well, exercising, reducing stress, etc. -- at the weight that I already was.

"Bacon as a Weapon of Mass Destruction"

From the McDonald's McGriddle to Wendy's "Baconator" to "baconnaise" to bacon-infused vodka, bacon has become a ubiquitous ingredient in many diets in this era of extreme food combinations. Arun Gupta of The Indypendent writes, "Behind the proliferation of bacon offerings is a confluence of government policy, factory farming, the boom in fast food and manipulation of consumer taste that has turned bacon into a weapon of mass destruction."

5 Dangerous and Fraudulent Health Fads You Should Avoid

From colon flushing to using magnets to heal joint pains, there are a lot of counterproductive and potentially damaging health therapies out there.

Edited by: DDOORN at: 8/4/2009 (21:06)
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