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Oval Dimension: 30.7"(L)x 42.5"(W)x 84.7"(H),
Back cushion size:10.2"x 17.9"x 2.0",
Arm cushion size:11.8"x 4.7"x 2.0",
Frame Material: Steel
Item Weight: 60.5 lbs
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80% off? Maybe 20% off..!!
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That 80% code aint working.
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This is probably the cheapest price I've seen for a set like this, honestly if I had more room (more like more motivation to take my Covid weight off) I'd probably snag one of these!
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This is probably the cheapest price I've seen for a set like this, honestly if I had more room (more like more motivation to take my Covid weight off) I'd probably snag one of these!
Just do Keto and the weight will drop off.
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Just do Keto and the weight will drop off.
And then the heart damage will kick in.
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And then the heart damage will kick in.
Really? I'm currently doing it, but I'm not educated when it comes to nutrition. Can you elaborate?
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This towel rack is way too expensive.
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Really? I'm currently doing it, but I'm not educated when it comes to nutrition. Can you elaborate?
Just curious, why would you take on a diet that is radically transform what you currently eat (my assumption because it would transform 99% of the planet's regular diet) and not educate yourself about the nutritional and health effects?

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Do your own research and do what's best for you but keto just doesn't seem like a balanced diet and it's so high in fat that it can't be good for the heart (heart disease is already a leading cause of death in the US).

There's ample research that suggests a whole foods, plant based diet with minimal to no animal product consumption and little to no processed food consumption is the way to go in terms of disease prevention and longetivity. Another benefit is weight maintenance, since real food is naturally more filling and higher in fiber, which increases the feeling of satiety and helps prevent overeating. Not to mention, it's also a lot better for the environment because raising animals for livestock is very resource intensive.

The China Study
https://nutritionstudies.org/the-china-study/

How Not to Die
https://nutritionfacts.org/book/how-not-to-die/

There's also growing concern about seed oils (like avocado oil, canola oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil, olive oil) and their negative effect on heart health and the weakening of the immune system.

This doctor could be a quack, but I share her concern about seed oils being in so many common items that people buy from the typical grocery store, like cereal, chips, bread, pasta sauce, salad dressing, etc. Read the ingredients label of random items you already have and you'll be surprised at how prevalent these seed oils are.

https://drcate.com/the-hateful-ei...ur-health/
Like everything in life, just because you can doesn't mean you should. And there are multiple ways to do everything.

I definitely had friends who did keto by throwing down fast food burger patties with no buns and extra cheese or ranch. I tried to do keto the "healthy way," and because my family doesn't have a history of heart disease and I'm relatively healthy with blood tests to show I wasn't already at high levels of blood pressure or cholesterol.

Have you ever tried high fat diets? You don't exactly get full, but you get tired what you're allowed to eat. I usually did it for a month or two at a time to cut fat and would gradually fade off into what I considered a "less processed" diet that brought carbs back in. Off the top of my head, most of my intake was:

Lunch/Dinner: various salads with mostly avocados, uncured bacons, hard boiled eggs, cheeses, broccoli, cauliflower

Breakfast/Snacks: blocks of cheese, hard boiled eggs, macadamia nuts

With the intake increase of water as well, I was able to stay "full" while maintaining the caloric deficit. And when the option was more of the above? I just didn't want to eat more. Sit me down with bread or rice? I can definitely eat way more of that.
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Do your own research and do what's best for you but keto just doesn't seem like a balanced diet and it's so high in fat that it can't be good for the heart (heart disease is already a leading cause of death in the US).

There's ample research that suggests a whole foods, plant based diet with minimal to no animal product consumption and little to no processed food consumption is the way to go in terms of disease prevention and longetivity. Another benefit is weight maintenance, since real food is naturally more filling and higher in fiber, which increases the feeling of satiety and helps prevent overeating. Not to mention, it's also a lot better for the environment because raising animals for livestock is very resource intensive.

The China Study
https://nutritionstudies.org/the-china-study/

How Not to Die
https://nutritionfacts.org/book/how-not-to-die/

There's also growing concern about seed oils (like avocado oil, canola oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil, olive oil) and their negative effect on heart health and the weakening of the immune system.

This doctor could be a quack, but I share her concern about seed oils being in so many common items that people buy from the typical grocery store, like cereal, chips, bread, pasta sauce, salad dressing, etc. Read the ingredients label of random items you already have and you'll be surprised at how prevalent these seed oils are.

https://drcate.com/the-hateful-ei...ur-health/
I'm not going to comment on the Keto/non-Keto thing, but you might want to take a closer look at your own last link. It's not about SEED oils. It's about a lot of VEGETABLE oils, which are high in polyunsaturated fats (PUFA's) which are bad for you. Two of the oils you listed as "concerning" (Olive and Avocado) are actually NOT on her list, which makes sense.
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Really? I'm currently doing it, but I'm not educated when it comes to nutrition. Can you elaborate?
Doctors still have no clue what exactly cloggs arteries. It use to be all LDL is bad, now the fluffy LDL is good and low HDL is bad.. also, there's research that cholesterol from food arnt the bad guys. Refined grains and augars are the real problem.. all this info will most likely be different in 10 years... I can tell you from my experience, I was on keto after being diagnosed with high cholesterol. I ate mostly chicken breast and tuna but also some cheese.. never ever had high saturated fat foods like bacon.. when I was retested, my cholesterol numbers did not change. HDL actually dropped. Even though I lost 20lbs and felt great.. what was even more concerning, my bilirubin levels were pretty high, which told me that I could be developing gallstones or kidney stones. I started doing more research and found i needed more fiber to bring my levels back to normal. I started eating more veggies and also chickpeas and lentils.. low glycemic index carbs. I started checking my blood glucose after every meal at different times to make sure i wasnt spiking. I wont know the results until my next blood test this spring but I feel I could have had problems if I stuck with keto any longer. Maybe my body is just weird, who knows. Its an ongoing process learning what best for me. My advice for you is keep an open mind and learn everything you can. Rules ive ended up setting for myself: no gluten (separate test for anxiety issues) no foods high on the glycemic index ( if a food raises my blood sugar too much, I take it off my food list, surprisingly, oats, even steel cut oats, would spike my blood glucose) I allow myself unlimited low glycemic veggies. And I have at least 2 servings of high fiber carbs a day, usually lentils but I switch to chickpeas or other beans every now and then. My cravings have not come back at all and I'm still losing weight. I do believe balance is best. At least for me..
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Doctors still have no clue what exactly cloggs arteries. It use to be all LDL is bad, now the fluffy LDL is good and low HDL is bad.. also, there's research that cholesterol from food arnt the bad guys. Refined grains and augars are the real problem.. all this info will most likely be different in 10 years... I can tell you from my experience, I was on keto after being diagnosed with high cholesterol. I ate mostly chicken breast and tuna but also some cheese.. never ever had high saturated fat foods like bacon.. when I was retested, my cholesterol numbers did not change. HDL actually dropped. Even though I lost 20lbs and felt great.. what was even more concerning, my bilirubin levels were pretty high, which told me that I could be developing gallstones or kidney stones. I started doing more research and found i needed more fiber to bring my levels back to normal. I started eating more veggies and also chickpeas and lentils.. low glycemic index carbs. I started checking my blood glucose after every meal at different times to make sure i wasnt spiking. I wont know the results until my next blood test this spring but I feel I could have had problems if I stuck with keto any longer. Maybe my body is just weird, who knows. Its an ongoing process learning what best for me. My advice for you is keep an open mind and learn everything you can. Rules ive ended up setting for myself: no gluten (separate test for anxiety issues) no foods high on the glycemic index ( if a food raises my blood sugar too much, I take it off my food list, surprisingly, oats, even steel cut oats, would spike my blood glucose) I allow myself unlimited low glycemic veggies. And I have at least 2 servings of high fiber carbs a day, usually lentils but I switch to chickpeas or other beans every now and then. My cravings have not come back at all and I'm still losing weight. I do believe balance is best. At least for me..
You all need to get a room with a hot tub and oils and sort this out. I just want to know if this thing will bend when I put my phatass on it.
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Showing $124.79 for me.
As for clogged arteries, Homogenized milk is the worst.
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