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Thought you might be interested in this link. I found it refreshing that I can tick 5 out of 5 here. Its easy reading and not at all impossible. Hope you get something from the following link.

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Thanks Gerald it's interesting for sure.

Hannah

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in reply to Photogeek

There is always something to learn, no matter how small.

Very interesting must drink more water less coffee and try and cut chocolate to a once a week treat not as I have been doing every night.I've always got plenty of sleep I am very lucky I know a lot of people struggle on this site bit more exercise and I will have cracked it .

Take care everyone.

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I still believe everything in moderation.

oh dear one out of 5 isn't very good eating bad food in moderation ,

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Well mmzetor you do it in moderation which is good.

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I ticked 5 although I get bored exercising so walk the dog and do all my own housework and I suspect I don't drink enough water! Our trouble is that on top of everything that healthy people need to do we have these awful conditions which drain us of everything. I get very depressed because no matter how much of the 'right' food I eat I simply cannot put on weight. Good for you for putting up the link and reminding us of the things that are so important.

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Glad you got something from it Stillstanding.

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I do all of these, except for exercise. RA among other things prevents too much of that, but I do the other 4. So why am I ill, and I'm the opposite of you stillstanding. I have trouble losing weight. :-(

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Well you are doing a good job. Remember your still standing.

very interesting gerald, as you say,"all things in moderation"

the old adage comes to mind, "early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy,wealthy, and wise " :)

many thanks gerald

jimmy :)

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My pleasure Jimmy.

Nope I can't tick them all.

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Oh, am sure you can Azure.

Oh dear, Gerald, I can't tick one really. I need to pull my socks up. xx

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I am sure you can Jasper.

Not a great score here! Definitely can't tick get up early! Eat strangely. Do drink water though!

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Well drinking sufficient water is extremely important.

Umm!

Still have the chocolate but do more exercise to compensate lol xx

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in reply to Hungryhorse63

Actually Chocolate is Very Good for you. In moderation.

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'Chocolate' and 'moderation'. Hmmmm. No, Just no. :)

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You mean. There is no such thing as moderation when it comes to Chocolate??

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Too flippin' right! :D :D :D

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Yep, your right there scrobbitty

Hungryhorse63
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It the moderation I have trouble with lol x

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Chocolate is like air to some people. How do you breath in moderation.

interesting thank you - could tick a couple.......xx

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Glad you found it interesting Undine.....xx

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OK on 4/5 but cant go to bed early, never have,wish I could! Robin

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Just a guide really Robin.

An early night for me is 11pm. Can't do much exercise at the moment until foot is better.Have ordered a thing from Amazon to wear which I hope will help. Can't have chocolate in any shape or form, makes me sick. I used to eat a lot of it, loved dark chocolate.

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Azure. I am a firm believer that ultimately your body gets to the point where it actually says. change or I am going.

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Well I have been sticking to the diet, going to bed early since Monday. Just got to sort the foot out, then I can go back to two mile daily walks.

Can't risk further damage to my foot, as I am diabetic and I want to keep my foot. The open crack on my instep is healing now.

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h yep. Make sure all leg and foot wounds are healed before hitting the road Azure.

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I didn't notice the crack was open at first. Am keeping a close eye on it. I have a lot of dry skin and it covered the sore part.

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Azure, I use Heel Balm on my feet. It works wonders.

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Thank you Gerald, it is the instep that is the problem. The gel bunion thing worked wonders. I was able to do the whole walk tonight.

(Have posted photo)

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Goodonya Azure. Nice pic too.

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Well...I suppose am happy that someone can do all 5...

I have been thinking about trying to do one tomorrow.....

Does it help you feeling better? ???😟

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wedderburn Every little bit helps.

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