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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    I will agree the old food pyramid wasn't as descriptive and put to much emphasis on stuff like pasta that well, is what makes you fat. People didn't eat enough whole grain, enough greens, etc. The current pyramid seems to be about right however I think it would do everyone a service if more emphasis was put on stuff like fish, almonds, collar greens, and that deceptive advertising on what is healthy and "whole grain" was looked at.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWOlin View Post
    I will agree the old food pyramid wasn't as descriptive and put to much emphasis on stuff like pasta that well, is what makes you fat. People didn't eat enough whole grain, enough greens, etc. The current pyramid seems to be about right however I think it would do everyone a service if more emphasis was put on stuff like fish, almonds, collar greens, and that deceptive advertising on what is healthy and "whole grain" was looked at.
    Well - on that note. I always found the pyramid to be completely useless.
    It's too generalized - as you said it emphasizes more carbs than anything else.

    But, before they redesigned it - which just emphasizes eating "more fruits and veggies" rather than giving specific serving amounts - it still is just a general guideline and useless.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Generalized rules concerning diet are not for everyone, and certainly not me. Whole grains, mulitgrains, high fiber, etc. make me sick. Fiber supplements that claim to not cause gas, gives me gas. I avoid milk, use Almond Breeze milk substitute. Soy milk makes me sick, anything with Soy, I avoid. I am also a bit lactose intolerant. Cheese is OK, a moderate amount of ice cream is OK, milk makes me sick. For breakfast cereals, I only eat gluten free corn chex and rice puffs. White bread made from highly processed wheat is OK in limited amounts. I don't like and won't eat salad veggies (collard greens suck) but like almost all table vegetables, even gas producing broccoli. The wife knows what it does to me, but she feeds it to me anyway, because she likes it. She is a fiber freak, and has no ill effects from it.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    As for Palin, I don't care much for her as she's obviously has no qualification as a politician for mixing up her "North Korean" ally and her "South Korean" enemy. "Obviously, we've got to support our North Korean allies!" I mean, is she a conservative, or a communist? I'm beginning to question her political theology. Seriously, she's a genius to mix that up
    As for her views on obesity, well, I honestly didn't expect much from a conservative who supports communists
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    I don't know who is contributing to the hype on Palin more, conservatives or liberals. Seems to be a dead heat these days.

    Just stop already.
    tell that to palin. she's doing everything she can to stay in the spotlight.

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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWOlin View Post
    I will agree the old food pyramid wasn't as descriptive and put to much emphasis on stuff like pasta that well, is what makes you fat. People didn't eat enough whole grain, enough greens, etc. The current pyramid seems to be about right however I think it would do everyone a service if more emphasis was put on stuff like fish, almonds, collar greens, and that deceptive advertising on what is healthy and "whole grain" was looked at.



    The current food pyramid is poison.


    Filled with empty carbohydrates such as bread and other nonsense. it also pays little attention to the very healthy and very needed Omega-3 fats.
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    i like bread.
    and butter.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    i like bread.
    and butter.


    Butter is not nearly as bad for you as margarine, especially when you clarify it.
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    Re: Palin's reckless views on obesity

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    i like bread.
    and butter.
    And she likes toast and jam. . .
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