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ok new theory based on the previous one :-)

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Theory 2:
Our bodies aren't as stupid as we thought they were, the only reason why we are fat and aren't using the best of our brains is purely lack of nutrition. Yes lack of nutrition. Our bodies still accept food, but still don't utilise dehydrated and processed food properly because it does not come with enough water, so like a packet of dehydrated soup, add water through your day, your body releases energy because it recognises/registers the amount of food you are eating and slows you wanting to eat so much and by the end of the day you don't feel starved and you are happy to eat less, because your body knows how much it has actually eaten. :-) & :-) And because it knows how much it has actually eaten, your metabolism is faster.

Where did this theory come from you ask.... :-) the rest of yesterdays meals and water intake.
I've been taking courses online, in adddition to the food that I wrote down yesterday I managed to take in at least 16 glasses of water, and eat through an extremely yummy and fattening caramel square, 1 banana, 2 carrots, 1 standard size chicken and mushroom pasta which had a very yummy cheesey sauce,1 very large icecream dipped in chocolate and nutts and a standard size popcorn. I eat almost twice as many calories as I normally do, which would normally equal at least 2 pounds on the scales the next day.
I was really shocked (happily) to find no change, that was a very big binge yesterday and I didn't gain a thing. I talked about the courses I did yesterday, cause for the first time in a long time I felt little problem concentrating or stress over them. So yes I will be carrying on with this non diet today :-). Lets see what the scales say tomorrow. :-)

So there it is, 1 big discovery for me.
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