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Unexpected advantage of eating mostly raw food: waaay less washing-up to do.
Our campsite regime is not so quite as healthly I'm afraid. We have been given access to a bag full of "Out of date " chocy bars and Nacho chips (mmmmmm) and I spend half the shift stood next to our commercial fresh coffee machine with on finger over the espresso button. As soon as my brain detects the smallest drop in caefine levels, one twitch of a didgit and hey presto!
Aj has actualy lost weight due to her bad back (loss of appetite) and taking Darcie for long walks.
Keep it up!
I have got a great diet quite easy too, I have lost 1st.10lbs since mid Feb and still losing all be it slowly now. Tried to ring last week, all that raw food, you were perhaps too weak to get to the phone.
Nice to see Kev and Anita seemed to have settled in their camp site, send them my love when you're in touch.
Looking forward to reading your new book--- or am I!!
tres drole - not quite that weak yet, as I've had one or two lapses, including (but not limited to) a bowl of pasta at 10pm (very bad) and a bag of chocolate coated raisins and several pieces of baklava.
Still, 14 days without alcohol or caffeine is something of a personal
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