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Nov 21, 2012 10:33 AM CST
Name: Carol Noel
Hawaii (near Hilo)
It's all about choices.
One of the most critical moves I have made is eating NO processed foods (except for when I pinch one of DH cookies) and eating organic whenever I can!! I'm not diabetic but eating as if I were is very healthy!! I do have arthritis in my hand and am trying to eat an anti-inflamatory diet: Omega 3 rich foods. Using Coconut Oil when I have to heat the oil. IS more expensive but I eat LESS. Growing up I thought the Hippies were crazy with their food fetishes...but now I see they were pretty correct!!!

Out here in Hawaii most everything is more expensive...especially processed food that has to be shipped I eat from the farmer markets. When I visit the mainland it's hard for me to eat healthily because there is so much processed food everywhere!!! I think the stress from living there is condusive to stuffing my face!!!!
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