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As for those grapefruit and buttermilk diets, I'll take roast chicken and dumplings.
I'm nutty for nutrition. I've become one of those people who can't stop talking about the connection between food and health. Now that I know how much changing what you eat can transform your life, I can't stop proselytizing.
I was definitely one of those people who fell for the fat-free cookies and chips that are loaded with sugar and calories.
As I mentioned previously, the tools that allow for optimum health are diet and exercise.
I'm lucky, I don't like sweets, not even chocolate.
My nutritionist has done a great job in changing my diet after we established I am allergic to things like gluten - I can't eat pizza, pasta and bread. I have lost some weight, but my movement is sharper and I feel great.
You feel better when you're eating food that retains nutritional value.
I thought, you know the food and the diet thing is one way to start yourself onto a healthy lifestyle, but if you don't move, if you don't start exercising you're gonna deteriorate.
If I could have a Barbie body, which has no cellulite, I totally would. I would like to have a flatter stomach, but that won't happen either. That is never going to happen. No matter how much weight I lose, my stomach, below the belly button, always pooches out.
Once you have to start counting calories, it takes away from the joy of eating.
Every year when I put away my winter clothes and get out my summer clothes, they fit. And I haven't been on a diet since the Reagan administration.
Feeding is a very important ritual for me. I don't trust people who don't like to eat.
I am constantly working out-circuit training, jumping rope, and stair-stepping, and sticking to 1200 calories a day. It can't be something that you're doing to lose weight, and then once you do, you're done. I do it every day of my life.
A safe and nutritionally adequate diet is a basic individual right and an essential condition for sustainable development, especially in developing countries.
Gro Harlem Brundtland
I travel 330 days a year and eat every two and a half hours - I'm a big guy. I always carry a fork, little bottles of spices, and Sriracha. I eat what I feel like eating.
I am now in that happy comfortable state that I do not hesitate to indulge in any fancy in regard to diet, but watch the consequences, and do not continue any course which adds to weight or bulk and consequent discomfort.
Each of us should take personal responsibility for our diet, and our children's diet, and the government's role should be to make certain it provides the best information possible to help people stay healthy.
The dieting wars have got to stop.
I do practice what I preach when it comes to nutrition.
It's one thing to lose weight, but it's another thing to eat healthy.
Frankly, I don't trust any diet that doesn't allow sugar.
People who shop in health food stores never look healthy.
I used to be hung up on my figure, but it's a waste of time. I don't believe in diets. Have four pints one night, be healthy the next.
I started dieting. I dieted, dieted, dieted and tried all the diets and I would lose and then I would go back to normal eating and would put it on and then some.
I highly recommend worrying. It is much more effective than dieting.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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