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A Slow Eater And Very Proud Of It

By admin on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011 1 Comment

How often do you hear “It took me 4 hours to prepare and cook and it was all over in 20 minutes ” Well, apart from the fact that there must be no socializing going on , it seems to me that eating 2-3 thousand calories in 20 minutes is a little fast.

One of the problems in our daily lives is that many of us rush through the day, with no time for anything … and when we have time to get a bite to eat, we gobble it down. Sound familiar?

It all leads to stressful unhealthy living

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any real reason, we often feel better for spending some time outside. But now it

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improve your mental health. Researchers tested 10,000 people of different ages

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So open your door and head out!

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