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Editorial: My scale is a dirty liar!

Scales misrepresent your weight more than you think.

Nearly all dieters use a scale to judge their weight loss success and all of us have looked down at the scale dejected when we did not see the success we expected.  I, personally, have gone from 231 to 224 pounds in 2 months.  I would have expected to lose about 16 pounds but yet I have lost only 7 pounds.  It is easy to lose confidence when there is less progress denoted on the digital scale.

 


Editorial: Just say no to wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is not a worthy addition to your diet!

Many health nuts add a shot of this sprouted grain to their diet daily with little to no idea of what it actually is. Wheatgrass is a nutrient-rich type of young grass in the wheat family.  It is created by soaking or mechanically grinding it into water.  It’s sold as a dietary supplement in tablet, capsule, powder, and liquid forms.  You can purchase high priced wheatgrass shots and if often used for juicing or added to smoothies.   As indicated before, it can be expensive and it begs to ask if it is worth the price?  

 



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