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 Does Hydroxycut really help people loose weight?
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 if I eat only fruits and veggies for 1 week will I lose weight?
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 What is the best way to lose weight fast?
I want to lose fifteen pounds and fast. PLEASE HELP!!...


 Please help!!!!?
i want to lose weight and i found a bunch of ways but i dont know hat half of them mean what does cardio, lunges, meth, adderall, adkinds diet and power walking mean??...


 Does L-Glutamine pills help you lose weight?
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 Am i fat? Curvy? Thin? what?
i am 5'6 and about 115 pounds size like 6 in jeans..but of course the juniors section only has 5s ans 7s so i buy 7s bcuz i hate tight jeans like 36c cup bra im pretty toned tho but i have ...


 What's the most effective at-home exercise machine?
i was thinking about the bowflex Treadclimber, it's like an elliptical and treadmill, I'm almost sure you've seen the commercial. i viewed the info and what i like about it is that'...


 whats the best diet- lov carb, low fat, or low calorie? what works the best? thanks?
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 I s it possible to lose 80 pounds by june14? If so, How?
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 best excrice for underarms?
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 How to start conditioning for track?
i am really out of shape and i need to be ready for indoor track by the fall. i know i can do it, i just need some guidance on what to do first, any suggestions?...


 Am i overweight?
I'm 11,5'5" and wiegh 187 how much should i lose and ...


 How do I lose the baby weight?
I'm 20 years old, and am 5'5 and weigh 200lbs now. Im willing to try absolutely anything (aside from surgery, etc). Ive started walking about 2-4 miles a day, doing 30 leg lifts, 25 squats, ...


 does it help to drink water after workout or before?
edit: they say it could mess up your system if you drink before working out i've tried, it hurts my kidneys and even after workout some guy said atleast wait for 2 hours.. can you explain why ...


 how much should a person 5 foot 1 inch weigh?
I've been around 5 feet tall and a few inches since maybe 16 (not sure when girls stop growing) years old? I'am now 42ish and 176 lbs obese according to BMI index. Never thought of it that ...


 Why are guys in the gym obsessed with chest and biceps?
I swear I see so many guys who can bench over 315 but can't squat a lick. It's so sad. Do girls really like guys built like this?...


 I'm a mother of 2 I need to lose some of the weight I put on during my last pregnancy.I have no motivation he
tell me some good ways to lose about 30-40 lbs.thanx everyone!...


 how to do leg pres lift?
CAN ANYBODY EXPLAIN HOW TO PLAY THE GAME SUPERMAN OR AEROPLANE AS ITS CALLED ? ITS SOMETHING LIKE LIFTING YOUR PARTNER UP ON YOUR FEET OT LEGS OR SOMETHING. CAN A GAL LIFT A GUY LIKE THAT ?...


 what is carbohidrate diet?
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 I want to lose 50 pounds by the end of summer. Does anybody know a good diet plan?
I've had a weight problem all of my life. I'm not sure what it is but I could gain weight by drinking a glass of water. A couple of years ago I was on a diet pill call xenical. It worked ...



Joe
what is it called when you eat yourself?
                     




Lynn
i was going to answer ure question with something cute but then i saw that guys huge one page answer and forgot what it was :)


turtle66c
Nail Biting, Scab Picking, and Biting Lips and Cheeks I was diagnosed with depression a few years ago. I have been taking 150 mg daily of Effexor XR which has helped tremendously. After working at a behavioral health clinic for youth and transcribing the psychiatrist and psychologist notes, I am concerned about a few behaviors I exhibit that I didn't think of as problems. I am being treated for depression by my GP, not a behavioral health professional. So I'm wondering if maybe there is more wrong with me than depression. By transcribing notes, I found out that nail biting, scab picking, and biting lips and cheeks is considered self-mutilating behavior by mental health professionals. The most noticeable of these with me is the biting of the lips ad cheeks. I am constantly chewing on the inside of my cheeks or peeling the top layer of skin from my lips. My mother and my husband have caught me chewing on my cheeks many times and scolded me for it or asked if I was nervous. I never thought about it until now. I have picked at my scabs for years, since I can remember. I not only pick and pick them, I eat them. I know this is really gross, but I didn't think it was an expression of self-mutilation. I always have places in my ears and on my scalp that I pick regularly when I'm alone. I never thought of it before, but I enjoy picking them. I hate it when they heal and try to pick harder to keep them "with scab". If I get a cut somewhere, I do the same thing, only I do not cut myself to create a scab. I just pick and eat scabs from accidental cuts and scrapes and the ones on my ears and scalp. I've had the raw places in my ears and scalp for so long, that a doctor a long time ago diagnosed it as the result of allergies. I didn't correct him. I do get cracked skin around my earslobs and nose from allergies - I guess he just assumed all the places were from allergies or was too kind to point out what I was doing to myself - I don't know which. I also pick my nose - in private. I pick my nose until I have sore places in them. I also eat what I pick. I know its gross and little kids are taught not to eat their boogers. But it's like this private little ritual I have. As a child, I always had my nails bitten down past the quick. They were horrible looking. As I became self-conscious about my hands, I stopped biting my nails and now keep them neat, clean and polished. I even get compliments on my nails. I still rip off my toenails, though. I can't stand for them to grow. Except for summer open-toe shoe season when I grow them out and keep them polished. During the winter, I rip them off and sometimes even take the clippers and cut them down as far as I can get them. I don't know why. I seem to get great pleasure out of having my toes hurt with each step I take. Or when they bleed from rubbing against my shoes because the nail is too short to protect them. I also pick at any cracked or peeling skin on my feet. My Mom has always picked at her face and at scabs ( I don't believe she eats the scabs though) and bites her nails. I always thought I picked up the behavior from her. But could it be more than just learned bedhavior? My husband only knows about the cheek chewing and lip biting. I am able to hide all the rest of the stuff because even I find it gross, but I enjoy it so much. Are these behaviors part of my depression or revealing something else wrong with me? Could they just be things I learned from my mother and nothing to worry about? Should I be worried? Am I self-mutilating? The picking is a compulsive behavior called excoriation. It is a clinical symptom, usually of profound depression. That would cover it, except for the toenails, which is clearly self-mutilation. You need to get yourself to a psychiatrist. You can be prescribed meds to deflect the compulsivity associated with the excoriation and nail ripping, until you can address the emotions that underlie the behavior and leave all of it behind. The fact that you are able to stop at will, as with the toenails, is quite promising.


wonderwoman
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excoriation, maybe this is what your looking for. http://www.mhsanctuary.com/therapist/912.htm


miss fortune
flexible?


Brit
ummm a little weird


kw11
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it's called, "in need of some serious mental help."


cinnamon_latin_doll
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Dinner for one?


Virus
autophagus?


romano
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crazy, cannibal, Hannibal


mr_peepers810
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an autocannibal? Makes sense to me anyway...


redponyproject
self cannibalisum (not sure if i spelled it right...)


lisa352
Talent


itsme!
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psychotic


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