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AnnNettie Paradise answered Nhi Yen's question

Perhaps the best way to shed unneeded pounds is to eat a healthy diet and get a reasonable amount of exercise. “As with most everything else,” says the magazine FDA Consumer, “there’s a right way and a wrong way to lose weight. The wrong way is to skip meals, resolve to eat nothing but diet … Read more

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AnnNettie Paradise answered Megan goodgirl's question

Take to heart Jesus' words in Matthew 6:34. In other words, handle each problem as it arises, and do worry unduly about the future.

Of course, it is not wrong to think about a problem and take practical and suitable steps to solve it, if possible. But, after we have done what we can respecting … Read more

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AnnNettie Paradise answered

A baby-sitter makes it possible for mom and dad to get some needed relief from time to time. And if they both have outside jobs, a baby-sitter sees to it that the children will be properly supervised until the parents arrive home. True, your parents may be able to afford hiring an outsider to baby-sit. … Read more

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Individuals should consult with their physician before adopting any exercise or diet regimen.

To lose weight, some have tried these tips:

1. Be aware of the calories in what you are eating and drinking. Note: Drinks can be a major source of calories, especially sweetened juices. Alcoholic drinks are also high in calories. And beware of those … Read more

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AnnNettie Paradise thanked Twallgirl Wallace's answer

This is what i have discovered in my weight loss journey. No one can tell you when its time, you have to decide for yourself what you are going to do. Even what the doctors told me about my own well being  didn't make me want to lose weight. I decided when i was no … Read more

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If you can stomach seaweeds everyday! I read that seaweeds are richer in minerals than almost any other food. It is calculated that from 7 to 38 percent of the seaweed’s dry weight is made up of “the minerals required by human beings, including calcium, sodium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iodine, iron, and zinc.”