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Karen, maybe poor Food Combination

Posted By: Thomas Seay
Date: May-30, 1998 at 14:03:28

In Response To: Re: Thomas Seay's Type O Weight Gain Regimen (Karen G.Vernon)


Maybe I am just stating the obvious, but is
he practicing good food combination? For example
if he is eating starch with meats that could cause

Also, I am wondering if he was
a vegetarian for a long time and feels "guilty"
about eating meat.

I put the Simpson's into my diet suggestions
for a reason. What is his attitude towards
this diet? Is it fun for him or does he
look upon it as a drag? People up on this board
take a rather materialist approach to health
and diet. As much as we love and respect
the "Big E", he seems to be the worst culprit.
I have tried to bring in other elements
from time to time. I think attitude and mental
state have to be considered
sometimes...nay, always.

An ex-lover had the same problem with fats,
and she had to cut out all fats (oils)
pretty much completely. Now she does not
suffer anymore.


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