The advice our doctors and dietitians give us needs to improve and should include #LCHF #Keto #IntermittentFasting as options. That said, whether you call it #FatShaming or #DietShaming, pointing out the size of those offering advice does not positively advance the cause.
Just sent a note to my pulmonologist saying that I was officially discontinuing CPAP. Blood pressure has been good and trending downward with no noticeable decrease in sleep quality.
I don’t think I’ve ever had a 38 inch waist in my adult life.
Too much protein doesn’t cause weight gain. Ok, maybe you’ll gain muscle weight, but is that a bad thing? Too many carbs, on the other hand…
Social media is like a flower garden. All kinds of random shit grows there. To get only the flowers you want, you have to weed it. Flowers getting too big? You have to trim them. No longer getting joy out of a certain flower? Pull it out.
And no, you can’t rely on someone else to do this for you. Either do it yourself, stop looking at it so often, or don’t have a garden. These are all valid choices.
Federated social media tools are like gardens: all kinds of stuff grows there. You don’t like something? Weed it out. What do you weed out? It’s a matter of personal taste.
The question is: do you trust someone else to have your taste? Personally, I don’t.