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From: Heidi Jane (
Subject:         My Thoughts on Giving Advice to Others
Date: August 20, 2014 at 8:44 pm PST

I would never give absoltue holier than holier absolutely this
is ''''TRUTH''' advice to anybody as i've listenned to all of
it and i've done it all and i've chosen what works best for me
thus one advice given today on WATER i do not agree with
because for example today i woke up and had a whole golden
melon and then few hours later i ate another whole golden
melon and then about 45 minutes later a had a cup of
watermelon juice and then i went and sweated buckets for 90
minutes to the point that i literally rung out my towel and
clothes and filled a container with about 8 cups of sweat that
came out of my body yet after i was done being in the hot
humid environment for 90 minutes i did not feel thirsty at all
and i never even drank water during it. then about 3 1/2
hours later i eat a whole zucchinni and 3 oranges and handful
of strawberries and 2 large tomates and big whole mango and 8
oz. of figs and half a pound of lettuce and 20 oz. of
watermelon juice and then thats it and
it all kept me very hydrated and full feeling as i pee'd
clearly and went out 8 times sofar also and this is all
without me having to drink extra water, so i say do the
experiment with yourself and then stick with what best results
you get from it as durianrider/harley says...
Be Your Own Leader ;) big winky smile XO

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