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 on: September 05, 2018, 01:16:50 PM 
Started by Doug Varrieur - Last post by mouseissue
Hi, Donald!

Avocado has been staple in my home for years.
Absolutely love it and its versatility, not to mention great potassium source. Smiley


 on: September 04, 2018, 04:50:24 PM 
Started by Doug Varrieur - Last post by DonaldMartin
Simply The BEST way to serve Avocado


1/2 large Florida Avocado sliced
sour cream
salt and pepper
2 tablespoons lime juice


Coat the fruit well with lime then salt and pepper well, serve with sour cream! YUMMY!

Avocado is a great meal for us and now I can eat it with my favourite sour cream.

 on: September 04, 2018, 11:19:17 AM 
Started by Doug Varrieur - Last post by mouseissue
Hello, wasaw247!  Smiley

As I replied to another one of your comments that had this link, the list in it represents only a VERY small list of all the veggies we may eat on the FTS low-carb lifestyle.

The key is net carb counts, portion sizes, and volume of food eaten throughout each day. And finding the right amounts for our individual bodies.

I REALLY hope you are not seeking click-counts on that link.
If so, we consider it spam and would have to ban you from this forum.


 on: September 04, 2018, 11:14:00 AM 
Started by mouseissue - Last post by mouseissue
Hi, wasaw247!  Smiley

Thanks for the list.

But the number of veggies presented in this article is only a fraction of those we eat in the FTS low-carb lifestyle.

Doug's book, "FAT to Skinny Fast and Easy" has a MUCH larger list. And even it does not list all the veggies we can eat. The key is the net carb count, portion size, and volume of food we eat throughout the day.


 on: September 03, 2018, 07:47:00 AM 
Started by mouseissue - Last post by wasaw247
Did you watch the program or just come across that on the web Tony?  ...

Hi, Shawn!

I saw it on the tube then looked it up online... A definite disjoint between the video and following commentary.

I agree about Pat's comments. He has his opinions about things, and among them, dietary regimens.
He clearly does NOT understand how ketosis operates and what a low carb lifestyle can do.
I wonder if he was asleep or using the restroom when Jimmy was telling his story? Undecided

This is not the first time Pat's following commentary did not align with the segment he presented.
Although being on target about most things, I believe Pat's getting a bit too old to host the program.
And since his co-hosts are his employee's, they may be a bit reluctant to correct him on the air.

Pat is a good man, with a good heart, who loves the Lord, and the Lord's people.
I pray that the Lord let him gently know it's time to retire and allow his son Gordon to take over the 700 Club.


Low carb, Low fat and high protein diet has current meal plan of modern people. Checkout the List of Low Carb Foods for Vegetariansbefore taking it up.

 on: September 03, 2018, 07:45:20 AM 
Started by Doug Varrieur - Last post by wasaw247

NEW STUDY- Low Carb Diet Prevents Cancer/Slows Tumor Growth

I've said it for YEARS- Sugar is fertilizer for cancer, for your good health you NEED to read this article  Cool

Click Here to access article download page- http://www.fattoskinny.com/articles.htm

Yes, True . But not only that Low carb diet has various other benefits such as overcoming slow metabolism, cancer and diabetis. Low carb, Low fat and high protein diet has current meal plan of modern people. Checkout the List of Low Carb Foods for Vegetarians before taking it up.

 on: August 28, 2018, 02:02:32 PM 
Started by Ann B - Last post by WallaceReinke
20 Diet Myths once understood will help you in your Fat to Skinny lifetime journey.  Share it with everyone so we can all have the truth that generations ago knew AND didn't have weight/health problems like we do now...especially since the 1970s.

Let's toss this obesity epidemic out as fast as possible.

This is a nice book that compliments DUOG's (our favorite) book. Thanks for the share, it's a nice read.

 on: August 27, 2018, 05:17:37 AM 
Started by gailschumacher - Last post by gailschumacher
As I get older my cheeks lost volume and wrinkles in the eyes and nose zones make me look older than my actual age. I'm doing botox and fillers for quite a while but the effect lasts only for several months. I'm not really ready for a facelift, as I don't have deep wrinkles, just want to return my cheeks some volume and get rid of small wrinkles. Discussed an anti-aging procedure recently with my friend and she advised me a full face fat grafting from Toronto she found about on the internet. Started to search but the number of satisfied is quite small, afraid that fat would be contributed unevenly. Can anyone share a real experience with fat transfer?

 on: July 16, 2018, 12:35:41 PM 
Started by morgan - Last post by mouseissue
Welcome, Goldfinger!  Smiley

Posting new topics of conversation is quite easy;

(1) Be sure you're logged in.
(2) From the homepage of this forum, find an area of interest, for example "Dinner Recipes".
(3) In that area, click on "New Topic" at the upper right of existing posts listed.
(4) Write a "Subject".
(5) Type the body of your message.
(6) (optional) - You may spell check and preview your comment before posting.
(7) Click "Post", and there you go!  Wink

So you know, I'm 66 years old and in great health thanks to FAT To Skinny (FTS).
When I started living the FTS lifestyle back in August 2010, I weighed 317 lbs. and was VERY unhealthy. My doctor told me I probably won't last 5 more years if something doesn't' change. So I started my FTS journey.


After about 6 months, I lost about 50 lbs. and my doc took me off diabetes meds. As well as some to control my elevated triglycerides and cholesterol.

After a year, I lost the remaining 50 lbs. and have never felt better in my life.
Within one year, I lost 100 pounds, and have never felt better (with the exception of a little joint pain from time to time, but nothing really bad).

So yes, living low-carb REALLY does!
There is solid science behind it.

If you have any other questions, please let us know.

Have a great day!  Smiley

 on: July 15, 2018, 04:45:44 PM 
Started by morgan - Last post by Goldfinger
So how do i post ?
Took me forever just to register
I think im too old for this
Not sure if low carb REALLY WORKS
Have a great day

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