Bored at work today, trolling the web, I found this on Yahoo.
Normally I don't find their "expert" articles all that informative. This one I liked.
In fact, I think I'm going to post it all around my apartment.
I don't know about you guys, but in the past I've always gotten extremely irritated by people who offer me unsolicited advice on weight loss.
It's partially the rude assumption that I need to lose weight. Of course I do (and have for a while) but it's nobody's business to draw that conclusion for me. It's also the superiority factor that bugs me -- just because YOU don't have a visible weight problem, it does not qualify you to tell ME how/what to eat. Or anyone else, for that matter.
If I had lost 5lbs for every idiot suggestion given to me by some well-meaning (and I use that term loosely) person I'd be a size 2 right now.
Some of these are debunked in this Yahoo article, which may be why I like it.
I meant to paste the article here, but for some reason my browser is not cooperating.
Clicky-clicky here to link to the article in question, then.
October 20th, 2017 Daily Practice
17 hours ago