If I am what I eat, just call me “Chocolate”…. Dark chocolate would be better…with almonds to add fiber…even better!. Sofa-Spud Syndrome. Do you have trouble getting up and leaving a comfortable place? Do you sit for endless hours in one place with no “get up and go”?
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Dark chocolate would be better…with almonds to add fiber…even better!
If you answered “yes” to two or more of the “Sofa Spud” symptoms, you have the dreaded “Sofa Spud Syndrome”!Set a goal today—Mash-Sofa Spud Syndrome!
My appetite is my shepherd;
I shall always want.
It maketh me to sit down and stuff myself.
It leadeth me to my refrigerator repeatedly.
It leadeth me in the path of Burger King for a whopper.
It destroyeth my shape.
Yes, though I knoweth I gaineth, I will not stop eating for the food tasteth so good.
The ice cream and cookies, they comfort me.
When the table is spread before me it exciteth me, for I knoweth that soon I shall dig in.
As I fillith my plate continuously, my clothes runneth smaller.
Surely bulges and excess weight shall follow me all the days of my life and I will be fat forever.
(It actually takes about 60 shakes of a five-hole salt shaker to get a teaspoon of salt. Most of our daily intake of sodium comes
from processed foods.)
(Serving = ½ cup)
A serving is 1 ounce & equals: one slice of bread (hotdog & hamburger buns & “Texas toast” count as two servings each), 1 tortilla, ½ cup of cooked pasta, ½ cup dry or cooked cereal, ½ bagel, 1 small plain roll, 4-6 crackers, ¾ oz. pretzels, 3 cups popcorn) (Starchy vegetables: ½ cup or 1 ear corn, 1small 3oz. potato)
Ding Dong Diet:
Breakfast: 20 Ding Dongs
Lunch: 15 Ding Dongs
Dinner: 15 Ding Dongs
Though actually exceeding the Recommended Daily Allowances for certain nutrients, this diet is calcium-rich, offering 100% of your R.D.A. of that essential dietary ingredient. The missing vitamin C can be supplied simply by drinking 5 gallons of Kool-Aid with either lunch or dinner (your choice). Unfortunately, this diet still leaves you without your vitamin D or B6, and minus those essential minerals the U.S.D.A. suggests.
Total calories per day: 8,500 (more, of course, if you add the Kool-Aid. A guy will gain about 11 pounds a week; a girl: 12-13 pounds.