Dennis Wearmouth
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Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Detwiler Apr 29, 2013. 7 Replies

Hi AllI have really enjoyed many of the posts from AOM and as a high school teacher I have passed on many of the blogs to my students and fellow instructors. I found AOM when I was recovering from a…Continue

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Hello from El Paso..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul_of_TX Feb 17, 2012. 3 Replies

Hi AllI just became a community member a day ago after finding AoM last September while I was recovering from an angina, stress related issues with my heart, chest and blood pressure..That aside, I…Continue

 

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Jason Detwiler replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts
"When you are severely overweight, any caloric deficit will get you to lose weight.  You are feeling better because you're significantly less overweight than you used to be.  Eating meat is/was not making you feel bad (unless you have…"
Apr 29, 2013
Malavacious replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts
"Another film you may enjoy is "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead." It's on Netflix, typically comes up along with Forks over Knives :). Very well done documentary, pushing the plant based diet as well. Good luck sir!"
Apr 29, 2013
Dennis Wearmouth replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts
"Hi Davis Seems we are on similar paths with our health... I have a couple pics (fully clothed) that I will upload when I get to my home computer..  Our beginning numbers are similar..  Thanks for your reply Dennis"
Apr 20, 2013
Dennis Wearmouth replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts
"Thank you Richard... The China Study is one of the cornerstones to Forks Over Knives... Very interesting info.. Terry... My wife loves our stationary bike.. I, however, like the great outdoors no matter the weather or German Shepherds so…"
Apr 20, 2013
Richard replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts
"Hello Dennis, Another good read is The China Study by T. Colin Campbell. You might also want to watch Robert H. Lustig (University of California at San Francisco) in this video: http://www.uctv.tv/shows/Sugar-The-Bitter-Truth-16717 He has a new book…"
Apr 20, 2013
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Healthy Living begin with What we put in our mouths..Suggestions future Posts

Hi AllI have really enjoyed many of the posts from AOM and as a high school teacher I have passed on many of the blogs to my students and fellow instructors. I found AOM when I was recovering from a stress induced heart attack about 1 1/2 years ago. In the past months I began a journey dealing with my diet which I never in my wildest dreams believed that I would be on this path, let alone changing my mind and habits of something so dear... my meat, fish, bacon and other carnivorous…See More
Apr 20, 2013
Paul_of_TX replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Hello from El Paso..
"Welcome Dennis. It's good to have you here. -I had a thing for this Mexican girl from El Paso (Felina); it didn't end well."
Feb 17, 2012
Joe T replied to Dennis Wearmouth's discussion Hello from El Paso..
"Wow, Dennis!  A thinking man that is not afraid to get his hands dirty.  You sound like a well rounded individual that will be able to help many of us that login in this site for both recreation and education.  I particularly liked…"
Feb 17, 2012
Dennis Wearmouth replied to Aiden J. Johnson's discussion A lost individual seeking advice.
"Hi Aiden Okay.. now that you have pinpointed your location that provides us with some guidance. I googled " Autism Australia" this morning and reviewed  the first page of the search. They have what I call the "boiler…"
Feb 17, 2012
Dennis Wearmouth posted a discussion

Hello from El Paso..

Hi AllI just became a community member a day ago after finding AoM last September while I was recovering from an angina, stress related issues with my heart, chest and blood pressure..That aside, I spent a lot of time (7 wks) recovering and getting used to medications which I've never been good with.I have enjoyed many of the articles that have been presented in this Man's forum dealing with many of the everyday issues that we face on a daily basis. At the age of 54 I've seen many variations of…See More
Feb 16, 2012
Dennis Wearmouth replied to Aiden J. Johnson's discussion A lost individual seeking advice.
"Hi Mr Johnson.. I have read your post and have pondered it for several days, mainly due to not being a member and waiting to get approved. Otherwise I would have answered your post on Monday. First of all I would like to congratulate you…"
Feb 16, 2012
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