Hi. I just want to reply your post about Starving. You said: When you starve, you lose muscle mass, and icrease your fat mass... One of the characterystics of anorexia is that you lose your period. And guess why? BECAUSE YOUR BODY FAT PERCENTAGE IS TOO LOW. Just saying.
really? i can’t believe i’d ever make that great of an error… i’d truly appreciate it if you could link me to this mistake.
perhaps you misunderstood?
i’m sure i’ve iterated on numerous occasions the dangers of anorexia and how muscle deteriorates through starvation (after the body has used up all of its fat storage). i’d say i have a good grasp of how amenorrhea is due to low body fat… #justsayin
but many thanks, i hope you’re able to provide me with the proof because honestly, if i did say that, i’d be pretty embarrassed… haha :)
Do you agree with the idea that if it has a food label it isn't food? One more thing, love the workouts!! :)
hi there michelle!
while i’d definitely say that eating foods without labels would be the ideal, as it implies fresh fruits, veggies, and the like (aka the good stuff), i think that to expect people to go along with this idea, especially in this day and age, would be ridiculous. i mean, i sure don’t follow such a guideline.
having tasted the edible wonders that factories can produce for us, i’d say that for the majority, switching to non-labels would be extremely difficult/near-impossible.
but this doesn’t mean that we can’t limit how much processed stuff we take in. i’ve always been about moderation and taking little steps, so i’d say cutting out artificial foods one at a time or even simply limiting the overall amount of processed foods would be a good start to any health journey.