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About MrsPefy13

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    cooking, eating, blogging, podcasts, and watching way too much tv.

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  1. MrsPefy13

    The crazy things people say

    I overheard my coworkers talking about weight loss today and I just HAD to share this gem: "Well, you know women are only supposed to have 1200 - 1500 calories per day"
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    The crazy things people say

    a conversation between some coworkers today that goes like this: "I can't eat gluten (she has a sensitivity) but I still eat junk food... it makes me feel sick" -- well uh, if it makes you feel sick, why do you eat it? (when someone mentioned not eating carbs - meaning breads - today) "I don't know what planet you're on, but that's just not possible for me" "I don't eat (red) meat so I don't feel bad eating carbs" - another coworker's respone to this was "oh yeah that balances out" -- yeah, totally balances out. "I would die if I couldn't eat cheese, I love cheese" -- acutally I'm quite certain you would not die. I'm just keep my head down and rolling my eyes. lol
  3. MrsPefy13

    The crazy things people say

    I work in a field that is healthcare related and I've seen a lot of people who want weight loss surgery without realizing the process it involves... step 1 is diet for at least 6 months to prove that diets do work. You wouldn't even quailfy as a candidate since you are successfully losing weight on your own! I hope you find yourself a doc who actually understands the crap she's talking about!
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    The crazy things people say

    My husband is lactose intolerant so dairy was a minimal part of our lives even before I started the whole30 My mom is forever assuming he can't have eggs because "they're in the dairy aisle at the grocery store so that makes them dairy." I have tried explaining the difference, and she just smiles like I'm crazy. hah! My grandmother-in-law is bakes her holiday ham in cola (yeah, yuck) and insists that "the sugar cooks out" so it's healthy.... uh yeah, sure it does. When I first explained the whole30 to my husband he wanted to do it too because he recognized it was a good way to get healthy. As I was telling him how it eliminates all grains and dairy (he lives off of waffles/pancakes, white potatoes, and sandwiches) he holds up a piece of provolone cheese and says increduously, "can I at least have this?!"