[Sca-cooks] sugar problems

Lisa silvina at allegiance.tv
Sun Aug 6 17:10:14 PDT 2006

Actually if you go back and reread the story, we were dieting together, both
of us watching our intake and exercise levels, together.  As for the
statement that she could go without food for a month and exercise
constantly, if you wish to take someone to task over that statement, talk to
her Dr.  He is the one who made that statement upon explaining to her that
she would likely never lose weight because of her metabolism.  Yes, it might
be an exaggeration, but according to the dr, even that extreme of a diet
would not make a difference for her.  He was not suggesting that she do so,
just using it as an example for her to understand the problem with her

By the way, I intend to place you on my filters as an email to immediately
delete, as I have yet to see anything come from you that isn't flammable,
offensive, or harrassing to someone.


----- 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 7:01 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] sugar problems

> First off, nobody's blasting you for being underweight -or- for
> discussing obesity.  Everyone's welcome in every discussion.
> Your story didn't really have much to do with you:  It was about your
> college friend.  You said: "With her metabolism, for her to lose weight,
> she'd have to work out constantly and not eat for over a month".
> Is that an exaggeration or fact?  You're claiming it is a fact.  I
> reject it.  I do not accept the possibility that someone could go
> without food for over a month and not lose any weight (unless they were
> frozen and reanimated, which has yet to be done).  That's my right and
> I'm sure science & medicine would back me up.  If you want to call
> rejecting your statement, which you insist is factual, as a lie, than so
> be it.  And I respect your right to believe otherwise.
> As I said, it's hard for me to know where your exaggerations end and
> reality begins.
> Duriel

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