your diabetic -- the doctor one year tells you to stay away from one thing, then three years later they say oh you should have that.
you want to loose weight - one year it is eat lots of meat and no carbs - the next year is eat no carbs and lots of protein. Stay away from fruits cause they have sugar in them. drink things with artificial sweeteners as you allow the FDA to slowly poison your system. Eat corn, no don't eat corn, will they ever make up their minds. :)
water weight gain - take a diuretic - don't drink water - but then if you don't drink water you become dehydrated.
My thought -- Eat what you please, drink what you please. If it makes it so you don't feel good - then try something else. Go for mother nature and stay away from the processed stuff that contains chemicals. Stay away from the middle of the grocery store, and only shop in the perimeter. How simple is that. Fast food will kill you (sorry my son who works for Burgerville) food that takes time to prepare will save your life.
Today for breakfast -- Cottage cheese 2% - with strawberries and bananas. coffee and 3 large containers of water. See I seem to be a tad bit dehydrated - my legs, thighs, and stomach muscles cramp on a daily basis. Sometimes it is rather debilitating. Over the years it has gotten increasingly worse. Over the years I have mentioned it to the doctor on my yearly visit - and each time it just goes over their head, and they never suggest a thing - and that is an absoult! Assuming that it is because the doctor cannot prescribe a "fix" for it they avoid it. [doctors attached to the pharmaceutical drug companies] So I take into consideration what I can do as an ordinary person. I listen to my massage therapist (I love her, she works magic) and my newly found Yoga instructor (she is the BOMB!)
Life is grand - and it will be so much better once I get over this hurdle.