weight range?

weight range? Topic: weight range?
September 19, 2019 / By Cristina
Question: ok, i looked it up on google, and for my height (5' 6") i should weigh between 115 - 154 pounds. i weigh about 200. whats a good way to lose weight fast and safe that i can do in my bedroom? if my parents knew that i was trying to lose weight, i'd get grounded, so i cant go to a gym.
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Bettina Bettina | 8 days ago
why would your parents ground you for being consered about your health? doesnt make sence to me but w/e. i think you should do squats, curls, pushups, situps and one day, just turn up the music loud and dance.lol! I also recomend that you ask your parents to get you involved in a sport. what about track or soccer? this would burn a lot of calories off your body. They also wouldnt have a clue that you did it just to lose weight. Also make yourself a diet chart about how much calories you want to start consuming a day. Write down all the calories you consume. Make sure the calories are healthy food though. Well i wish you luck =]
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Bettina Originally Answered: Organic, free range eggs?
What happens to the chickens that aren't producing eggs anymore? Do they have a retirement home, or are the slaughtered for consumption? What happens if a chick is actually male, what happens to that chicken? Are they put to death, or raised for slaughter? Would that mean I'm indirectly contributing to that industry? If they're free-range, that means that they eat insects found in the fields. Are you comfortable with not being close to the source on that food chain? If they're "vegetarian" chickens, then they're not eating what they want. Edited to add: I wasn't judging or anything like that, these are the questions that I asked myself before becoming vegan. I personally can't verify the treatment of the chickens for the eggs that I have access to, since I don't really trust the labeling. Since you are verifying it, you're in a MUCH better position than I am. You wouldn't be alone, since Jason Mraz (singer) eats only the eggs from the chickens from his neighbor (http://supervegan.com/blog/entry.php?id=... ignore the hate, it's just the first thing that popped up on a search). I personally have issues with my placement on the food chain, but that's something that's unique to me given my own personal religious beliefs (my interpretation of ahimsa) and education (bioaccumulation). The question asked for possible arguments for why it would be bad for the animal, and that's what I gave. The OP appears to have done the research. Given the amount of thought and research given, I'd say the OP is justified in supporting this farm and purchasing these eggs.

Aidith Aidith
degrease by scrubbing in the shower for 15 minutes then spend 7 minutes shaving 3 minutes toweling off 4 minutes moisturizing and 20 minutes blow drying and styling your hair
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Toal Toal
take a 30 second break in the middle of your meal evaluate just how hungry you still are before getting back to your food
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Randell Randell
decaf coffee is a great low calorie fluid when you re having cravings and a great source of antioxidants
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Martial Martial
when picking up your kids from school get out of the car and greet them with a hug instead of waiting in the car curbside
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Martial Originally Answered: WSPA says that by buying organic or free range meat and dairy, we can put a stop to animal cruelty?
Livestock raised on organic farms cannot be caged (so no batteries of hens in small cages or swine in gestation crates) and must have daily free access to pasture (so no feed lots). Pigs tails are not cut off nor the beaks of chickens. No vaccination, therapeutic antibiotics or hormones (generally administered because without them in the bad conditions of CFO's the animals would likely die before they are ready for slaughter) and antibiotics are not allowed so if an animal get sick (very unlikely as animals raised outside with enough room do not get sick) or injured, they are removed from the herd/flock, lose their Organic status and given the drugs and sold as conventional. Also the feed must be all certified organic and thus free of GMO's etc.. So under organic regulations there is far less potential for cruelty.

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