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I measure my weight ...

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Never
  1149 votes / 6%
Rarely (doctor visits, trips to space)
  4977 votes / 28%
Occasionally (every few months)
  3720 votes / 21%
Every few weeks
  2125 votes / 12%
About once a week
  2376 votes / 13%
Every day or close to it
  2610 votes / 15%
I have moved to the scale to answer this
  239 votes / 1%
17196 total votes.
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I measure my weight ...

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  • Health before weight (Score:4, Informative)

    by Jesrad (716567) on Friday December 21, 2012 @04:35AM (#42357331) Journal

    It was the sad realization that I was becoming diabetic, that forced me into doing something about my weight and eating patterns. After a couple years of failing by following the Usual Advice(c) of eating less and moving more, avoiding fats especially saturated ones, etc... I decided to learn human biochemistry directly, discovered a lot my doctor apparently didn't know about diabetes, glucose metabolism, and yet some more... I successfully replicated Tom Naughton's "improving your blood lipid panel while eating fast food for a month by applying one caveat" experiment in April 2007, and picked up low-carb paleo by winter that year as I kept reading more. This cured all the diabetic symptoms I had suffered for years in a matter of days. Interestingly, I also went down from size 12 to size 4 over the following 9 months without any calorie counting or sport, cured myself of a long-standing depression, a creeping arthritis in my left knee, gastric reflux, insomnia and bruxism, and I regained the running endurance I had in my teenage years - without training.

    Nowadays I only weigh myself from time to time to make sure it keeps working, and so far it does.

  • Re:no subject (Score:4, Informative)

    by Cosgrach (1737088) on Friday December 21, 2012 @03:18PM (#42362601)

    It may not be against the law, but most times it IS fucking stupid.

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