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    That high up??

    That high up??
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    I agree, and back to the functional exercise...

    I agree, and back to the functional exercise thing - walking, dancing, digging etc. Walking uphill is great!
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    No - now you mention it, my mum's had soup bowls,...

    No - now you mention it, my mum's had soup bowls, but not cereal bowls.
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    That's the problem - it's not the calories the...

    That's the problem - it's not the calories the count, it's the quality and the other nutrients!!
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    Actually, I think there is something in the eat...

    Actually, I think there is something in the eat less, do more model... provided eating less is portion size not fat, and doing more is functional movement, not being a gym bunny.

    Portion size has...
  6. A good guide, Christine. Though my OH has a...

    A good guide, Christine. Though my OH has a fairly rubbish diet and no meds at 59....
  7. Same here, Carol. I know what works for me, and...

    Same here, Carol. I know what works for me, and because of blood pressure checks, I know how it affects me.
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    There’s a comment on the article that suggests...

    There’s a comment on the article that suggests that chromium supplements reduce craving for sweet things, had a quick google and seems it might be worth looking at further. Just wondered if some of...
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    I have eased back on veg a bit lately, and may be...

    I have eased back on veg a bit lately, and may be why I’ve stalled a bit. Generally, I like a big plate of leaves, some tomato, cucumber, radish, onion and anything else lurking in the fridge. ...
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    I forgot the fags - are they still healthier than...

    I forgot the fags - are they still healthier than us, even with them? Or are figures adjusted to reflect smoking levels?

    Just did a quick calculation based on Worldometer figures, which I will...
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    The annoying thing about the Mediterranean diet...

    The annoying thing about the Mediterranean diet is that when I am on holiday I am never, ever offered wholegrains - it's exclusively white bread and flour! Apart from that - love it to bits!
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    Australia's lockdown has been among the more...

    Australia's lockdown has been among the more severe, though - and population density outside the major cities is pretty low.

    On a facetious note, I am sure Tom Watson didn't really mention...
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    Behind a paywall, but think I know where it's...

    Behind a paywall, but think I know where it's going. Add that to very densely populated cities (we rank pretty high on population density) and our infection rate and death toll is hardly surprising!
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    As teenagers, in school holidays, we were...

    As teenagers, in school holidays, we were expected to take turns getting a cooked dinner (lunch to the posh) on the table for 12.50 when my dad got home, and he’d eat and go back to work around 2pm. ...
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    Why are Brits fattest in Europe?

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/articles/britain_diet
    You have to think that our national obsession with consuming the cheapest and quickest stuff we can find, preferably whilst in front of a screen...
  16. Doesn't differentiate between those cooking from...

    Doesn't differentiate between those cooking from scratch and those eating mechanically reclaimed and highly processed items. Or specify if burger munchers ate naked burgers or bun, dressings, fries...
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    Most of her stuff is completely off the wall,...

    Most of her stuff is completely off the wall, though.
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    Gwyneth Paltrow article

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-56179846

    Whilst I do think that she is completely barking, I do think there is no harm in fasting until 11am each day, or going keto. She can keep...
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    I don’t go to Tesco etc very much, always amazed...

    I don’t go to Tesco etc very much, always amazed me when younger checkout staff had to ask what things such as runner beans were. Maybe that’s why they all come in packets now. Even my butcher had...
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    If the west stopped wasting food at the rate we...

    If the west stopped wasting food at the rate we do, it would be a start!
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    I just had a quick count, and including different...

    I just had a quick count, and including different leaves, fresh herbs etc, I’m up to 20 since Friday (and that’s just the ones I remember). But don’t think I will hit 30
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    Tim Spector article

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4ngFdC99h4cj2gbk8Bs9Tg6/7-myths-about-food-that-have-fooled-us-all
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    Or The Science will lead you to the eat badly...

    Or The Science will lead you to the eat badly plate...
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    Poptart consuming couch potatoes. Now there’s...

    Poptart consuming couch potatoes.

    Now there’s an image that will stay with me.
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    It strikes me that the covid crisis offered the...

    It strikes me that the covid crisis offered the biggest opportunity for years to hammer home these messages, and it’s been ignored - and deliberately so, in my view. I don’t know if it’s food...
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