my parents are threatening to control what i eat out of the fear that i have an "eating disorder" even though i eat 2-3k calories a day, which is a ton for someone my size (5'3") my dad is a mcdougall supporter, and has an obsession with whole grain.
the article talks about the way eating 500-550 calories a day doesn't help the obese because after the initial weight loss, their metabolisms stay in this "fasting" mode and try to hold onto every calorie they eat. who would guess? eating healthy and
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would anyone be up to hosting a foreign exchange student? i know i've always wanted to travel to another country for a summer / semester but figured i'd never be able to because of my dietary restrictions.
i know that vitamins a, d, e, & k are fat soluble and we need fat to digest them, but does anyone know how much we need? is it possible to correctly absorb these vitamins when on a 95-5-5 or 80-10-10? just curious :) thanks!
my family, with good intentions, is pushing me to eat more grains. my parents tell me all the time that i'm worrying them because i'm "too restrictive" and i'm "cutting out way too many foods". it's getting to the point where they're threatening to g