An article about a study released from the Harvard School of Public Health has me so annoyed. I've linked to it so you can go read and be annoyed or be surprised or even be happy, but for me, I'm going to remain annoyed. Here's a quote from the article:
"It's not so important whether they eat higher carbohydrates or higher protein or lower carbohydrates or lower protein," he said. "What really matters is just plain, simple old quantity: how much people eat."
I haven't read the actual study results. I'm too annoyed at the moment. But I will.
I DO know that the more I exercise, the more I lose. I DO know that more calories burned than taken in result in weight loss. However, I know for a bloody fact that carbs do not help me. Before I go off on a tangent about how special and unique and addictive I am, let me just say that I WISH the study results WERE true for me! I WISH! But I know for a fact that if I were to eat even the government's recommended amount of carbohydrates per day, I would not lose a freaking ounce.
Cancel the special unique tangent. I'm so done for the day. I want to go back to bed and dream about all the cute new Red Sox players I saw on TV last night.
Losing Weight; Finding Men
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