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I Need Fad Diets Anonymous!

Here’s a video of Tanuki doing her cute little doggy things on a typical doggy walk.  She starts to get too warm and a little tired near the end and she likes to roll in the grass to cool down and take a rest.  242 more words

Kitchener

How to diet, when you really don't want to...and you're really bad at it...HOW TO NOT REALLY DIET?

Ok guys, let’s talk about “eating healthy,” or as I sometimes call it “stupid.” :)

I guess it’s not stupid. It’s good for you. You’ll feel better. 759 more words

Food

Day 9: Sage Beats the Day

WOAH! Today has been awesome! It was my first day back to work and I decided to commute via bicycle. My apartment is only 3 miles from my house, so the ride wasn’t too strenuous. 406 more words

Dieting

The Dieting Lowdown

“restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight”

I hate many things about diets, one of the things that annoys me the most is that no matter how hard I try and get my head around it (by this point i’ve lost count of the salad leaves that i’ve been munching wondering how I could possibly carry this on for another month) I hate the fact that people associate dieting with “restriction”.

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Addiction

1200 Calories

I don’t know why “1200” managed to be the magic number of calories women should consume if they want to lose weight.

I don’t even know how I know of this number. 2,145 more words

Feminism

Brandy D. Anderson reblogged this on Whitman's Barbaric Yawp... and commented:

This is a great read! I love that they included this quote: “I think anorexia is a metaphor. It is a young woman’s statement that she will become what the culture asks of its women, which is that they be thin and nonthreatening. Anorexia signifies that a young woman is so delicate that, like the women of China with their tiny broken feet, she needs a man to shelter and protect her from a world she cannot handle. Anorexic women signal with their bodies “I will take up only a small amount of space. I won’t get in the way.” They signal “I won’t be intimidating or threatening.” (Who is afraid of a seventy-pound adult?)” ― Mary Pipher Image Source: INXS. 'Beautiful Girl'. Video. 1992.