Hi, I'm now living alone and only eat with others whenever I go out, or invite friends & family over - so basically, I'm now eating alone about 80% of the time. Obviously, I need to get better at this...I seem to be tossing out/wasting a lot of food. I find it nearly impossible to make a recipe that serves less than 4 - and after 3 days of the same thing, I don't want to look at it any more. I started going for take out, but that gets very expensive - I do economize by saving some for the next day. After living in Italy for awhile, I wasn't used to American sized portions. It seems that every thing is sold in large sizes, except processed cans of soup or frozen meals. Luckily, it seems that small tubs of hummus last for awhile. I eat a mostly whole foods diet - do not like processed food much. All suggestions appreciated. Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References:- https://www.bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=198439 Video Production Quotes Thanks!
Hello, I am looking to achieve asmuch improvement in fitness as possible as quickly as possible.before it sounds like im just another new years resolutioner, I will mention my fitness history and aims. in the past I regularly competed in track and field events with 100m and long jump being my preference.I had a training routine that included a minimum of 3 hours a day workout + 2 hours swimming to loosen up aswell as specific skill training.This sadly came to an end when I hit injury and it became impossible for me to qualify for London 2012 which until that point had been my motivation.Recent changes in my life have now meant I have many hours spare to work on my fitness again. My aim is to put on muscle mass and increase my fitness with the intention of attempting the Million Metre Row. So I would like to ask for help,I am 5ft10 and currently weigh 59kg, needless to say this is far too light to be at optimum fitness, and I find it incredibly hard to gain weight , what would you recommend to help me bulk up?aswell as this does anyone have any recommendation on how i should structure my training for the endurance row? Please help. I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. References:- http://www.c2forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=17427 Vendor Management Solution Example Thanks
Hello, I'm putting this sticky topic for posting links to articles on running and/or fitness. Ed sends this about cholesterol meds: "This article about cholesterol meds and TGA is not just for pilots, and is good to know. Having worked in big pharm for much of my life I am very skeptical about these powerful drugs, and believe they should be avoided whenever possible. The best control of cholesterol is good diet and exercise." For More Details:- TMS System Video Thanks