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    freetoday posted:
    I will be brief since everyone has covered everything you need know nicely. My only tip; if you want to lose ____lbs.(boyfriends weight) right now, dump the jerk! Your spirit will thank you and so will your body. Hang in there.
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    landamemona responded:
    Most people confuse the distinction between a balanced diet and a healthy diet. A balanced diet includes all the nutrients and vitamins that a normal and healthy person would need in order to maintain his daily activities and also include a small portion of fat in it as a little amount of fat is also beneficial to our health. However, these diets are ineffective and sometimes dangerous when given to some person suffering from some typical disease like heart problems, obesity etc.
    For persons with typical health problems, the Best diet plans weight loss suitable for that kind of peculiar condition is usually recommended by doctors and physicians. So a healthy diet is a diet specially formulated for a person suffering from some typical illness as opposed to a balanced diet which is generally suitable for a normal and healthy person. In case of losing weight it is strongly advisable to take the help of a dietician and construct a suitable healthy diet that would help in losing weight more safely and effectively.
     
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    CarmenCee responded:
    hahahahahhaha idk if I was supposed to laugh, but I find this in a sarcastic way funny, but true. However, it is not up to them, it is up to us to keep up the desired weight. I blame him, because he enjoys late dinners, yet he's think as a stick. On the other hand, since I have been with him, I gained 40 lbs in the period os 2 years
     
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    CarmenCee replied to landamemona's response:
    This is by far the best answer I have read.
     
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    brunosbud replied to CarmenCee's response:
    Keep in mind, you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink...or stop drinking, for that matter.
     
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    brunosbud replied to brunosbud's response:
    http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/living/2013/07/25/raising-america-bpr-husband-talks-wifes-tantrum.hln.html

    See what I mean?...whether we do it to each other, or, do it to ourselves, at the end of the day, it's all about personal responsibility.


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