RE: [] Low fat food

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From: Russell Joanne \(ST\)
Subject: RE: [] Low fat food
Date: 09:21 on 17 Jul 2007
I have started the gym again - although in one of lifes quirky little
ways I'm extra hungry when I come out.  I have to follow a budget too so
maybe just cutting a bit out of meals will be the way to go.  I
certainly wasn't able to lose weight by my healthy eating (attempts)

One girl I know in my office is on a diet and its got stuff in it like
half a cup of cottage cheese and 6 (tiny) tuc crackers.   She must be
gnawing the desk when nobody else is looking!  

-----Original Message-----
From: Rev Simon Rumble [] 
Sent: 17 July 2007 04:16
Subject: Re: [] Low fat food

This one time, at band camp, Russell Joanne (ST) wrote:

> The choice at the moment is  a) be a contender to join Two Fat Ladies.

> Or b) eat miserable tasteless food.

I'm convinced that the type of food you eat has little to do with weight

loss and the important things are portion sizes and exercise.  Counting 
calories is an appealing technological fix, but I think increasing the 
rate you burn calories and eating a bit less is the way to go.

That said, I'm not exactly skinny.

PS: Don't cook any recipe by Simon "stir in some double cream" Wistow ;)

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