Apparently we do.
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An L-1011 has 5 seats in the cockpit. It'd take a mutiny to do so.
So excel is right out!
Just imagine what information/treatment might come out of having 1000s of heart attacks recorded.
I do disagree. Your body produces more digestive juices if there's more food/fluids that require it.
Perhaps you misinterpreted my subtle 'This guy is a quack'.
But then you talk about how water is different...
Forgive me if I don't see books by this guy.
From the first page of google results:
"In his book, “Your bodies many cries for water”, Dr.Batmangelidj describes the cure of many chronic conditions just with water!"
I'm not resistant at all that putting too much food on your plate is a good way to eat.
I'm just more realistic that most people don't actually know what that amount is.
And drinking between each bite slows down their intake so that the satiation can kick in & they end up eating less.
Not disagreeing, but acknowledging that it's the issue & coming up with solutions to address it is way better than 'just eat the right amount'. And most people don't have any idea of what that is anyway.
Doritos are mostly made from wheat...which was alive.
Carbs aren't crap. In fact, they're essential to having a well run body.
Not everyone puts the *exact* right amount of calories on their plate. Apparently that's not obvious to you.
This helps you feel fuller before all the food is gone & not finish everything on your plate.
Not sure why you're down voted, but this is how I reduced my caloric intake. A drink between every single bite. Slows down intake, makes you feel fuller, satiety sets in sooner.
Um, 'hateful crap' is protected under free speech.