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    A picture says a thousand words!

    Post by Eddie on Mon May 29 2017, 13:38



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    Re: A picture says a thousand words!

    Post by chris c on Mon May 29 2017, 20:49

    Gosh they all look so slim and healthy. NOT. The Queen does though, perhaps they should ask what she eats. Just a thought . . .
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    Re: A picture says a thousand words!

    Post by graham64 on Mon May 29 2017, 22:10

    Must have been following their own evidence based dietary guidelines then  popcorn


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    Re: A picture says a thousand words!

    Post by Eddie on Tue May 30 2017, 11:05

    It never fails to amaze me, how many high profile dietitians are over weight. The people in the photo are the elite of the dietetic world. affraid


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    Re: A picture says a thousand words!

    Post by graham64 on Tue May 30 2017, 22:01

    @Eddie wrote:It never fails to amaze me, how many high profile dietitians are over weight. The people in the photo are the elite of the dietetic world. affraid

    Perhaps if they consulted a low carb dietitian they would get the help they so obviously need  thumb-up


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    Re: A picture says a thousand words!

    Post by chris c on Thu Jun 01 2017, 22:28

    Someone quoted a recent study, that 91% of parents with overweight children saw their kids as normal weight. Dieticians too.

    As us old farts die off there'll be no-one left to remember a time before there were "epidemics" of obesity, diabetes etc. Michael Eades suggested watching Woodstock or films from the seventies or earlier with crowd scenes - compared to today the extras look like stick people.

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