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    LightNFit posted:
    Has anyone else noticed that webmd have popup ads of tempting foods such as chocolate cupcakes with the thick chocolate frosting and Papa Johns pizza ads? I thought this site was to help us not lead us into temptation..LOL! Beat the urge to cheat! God give me strength!
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    3point14 responded:
    More screwed up
    If you go to the eating disorder boards, there's a link at the bottom for this board. So like, food's already an issue, here's a diet board...? Doesn't really make sense.


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