[Sca-cooks] sugar problems

Lisa silvina at allegiance.tv
Sun Aug 6 16:33:08 PDT 2006


I take this as a personal insult.  You just effectively called me a liar to
make my point.  Every thing I wrote here is flat out fact.  I am 5'4" and
weigh appoximately 100lbs.  Until my last son was born, that weight figure
was closer to 85-95 range.  I can STILL to this day wear the same size
clothes I wore in the 7th grade, and that was over 20 years ago.  The change
in my weight without change in size is due to redistribution of what limited
fat I have, and more muscle mass in different areas than before.  And before
I get blasted for being underweight and discussing being overweight, believe
me the physical problems due to being underweight can be as physically
detrimental as the problems from being overweight.  I have joints that are
giving out because of lack of fat in them to pad the bones, I have joints
that pop out of socket, and this is all from being overweight.  Yes, I have
had multiple doctors tell me that my weight is the problem, but there's
NOTHING I can do  to change my weight.  Believe me, I've tried!

As for the friend in college.... That is ALSO fact.  This was a private
college, hence the no vending machines.  We were the best of friends, and
spent all of our time together.  I have exaggerated NOTHING.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Vincent" <Tom.Vincent at yahoo.com>
To: "Cooks within the SCA" <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2006 4:43 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] sugar problems

> It's hard for me to know where your exaggerations end and reality
> begins, so I'll stick with my position and reject your tale as anecdotal.
> Everybody CAN lose weight;  It's just a matter for finding a healthy
> Duriel
> Lisa wrote:
> > Duriel,
> >
> > One of these people was my roommate in college, and we had most of our
> > classes together.  I know what and how much she ate, we ate together and
> > there were no vending machines available for her to "snack" without
> > caught.  I ate twice the amount she did, we exercised together, (I was
> > trying to gain weight and she was trying to lose) and she never lost an
> > ounce.  Of course I never gained an ounce either.  Metabolism has a LOT
> > do with gaining or losing weight, and math can't always explain
> > With her metabolism, for her to lose weight, she'd have to work out
> > constantly and not eat for over a month... She's even spoken to multiple
> > doctors about this and they all said the same thing, some people just
> > lose weight, their metabolism is just too slow.
> >
> > Elizabeta
> >
> >
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