Re: [MOL] Diet for PJ (hee-hee!) [03516] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Diet for PJ (hee-hee!)



i dont understand....i drink alot of beer and its made me a big fatty(about
105kg)  besides dont tell mam about this diet she will go nuts ..she tells
me i drink too much now
Wayne
-----Original Message-----
From: Lillian Jennings <Firefly@islc.net>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Tuesday, 1 December 1998 2:05
Subject: Re: [MOL] Diet for PJ (hee-hee!)


>That sounds like a good diet for all of us.  I will be starting tomorrow.
>At least we can drink and be merry!!
>
>----------
>> From: Becker, Joicy <Joicy.Becker@PTSEM.EDU>
>> To: 'MOLers' <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
>> Subject: [MOL] Diet for PJ (hee-hee!)
>> Date: Monday, November 30, 1998 10:21 AM
>>
>> Hi, PJ! Now this diet isn't for everyone, and Marty probably won't
>approve,
>> but it does sound promising, eh? LOL! (Hey, I'm just trying to keep a way
>> that bad mood!) Love ya, joicy
>>
>> ps
>> About the "Juicy" thing -- I haven't been taunted with that one since
>second
>> grade! I might of know it would come up with this group!! LOL!
>>
>> ---------------------
>>
>> FACT: A lite beer has between 70 and 100 calories, is almost all water,
>> and the part that isn't water is almost pure carbohydrates.
>>        FACT: The average diet recommends a daily caloric intake of 1,200
>> calories
>> for women, 1,500 for men, if you want to lose the medically safe two to
>> three
>> pounds a week. On the "Beer-Me" diet, that equates to at least 12
>beverages
>> a
>> day for women, and 15 for men.  A measurable goal.
>>        FACT: The alcohol in beer is a diuretic, which causes the water to
>> flush
>> out
>> almost immediately, leading to a consistent workout regimen including
>deep
>> knee
>>
>> bends (getting out of the chair), fast walking (getting to the bathroom)
>and
>> squats (as the case may be).
>>        FACT: Drinking beer actually helps you sleep-even when you aren't
>> necessarily
>> tired.  All that added rest is certain to help any problems you may have
>> experienced in sleep deprivation, counting calories on those other fad
>> diets.
>> In  addition, you may experience the occasional  "How did I get here?"
>when
>> you
>>
>> wake up, which always makes for lively conversation, and possibly
>additional
>> exercise if you have to sneak out and run home.
>>        FACT: The "Beer-Me" diet is good for your heart.  After just one
>day
>> of
>> consuming your required 12-15 beers, you will certainly want to consume
>some
>> aspirin, which is medically proven to help prevent heart attacks.
>>        FACT: On the "Beer-Me" diet you can eat anything you want. The
>only
>> rule
>> is
>> that you cannot consume any food until you have consumed at least half of
>> the
>> day's required beers. This way the food will probably only stay in your
>> body a
>> short time, until you again exercise the deep knee bends, quick walk and,
>> this
>> time, the "lean-over-and-hurl" stomach crunches.
>>        FACT: Beer drinking is often done in bars, where other forms of
>> exercise
>> are
>> common.  Dancing, for example, is a good way to build up a thirst, as is
>> chasing members of the opposite sex. If you really want to maximize your
>> workout, try actually walking up to the bar, versus using a waitress.  To
>> take
>> this to the extreme, you could even get up and get someone else a
>> beer-perhaps
>> someone who is newer to the diet plan than yourself.
>>        FACT: Beer is cheaper than Jenny Craig.  Based on these facts,
>let's
>> run
>> through a given scenario for diet implementation.
>>
>> CAUTION: This is a weekend diet plan, and should be attempted during the
>> work
>> week by only the staunchest of dieters.
>>
>>        MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY: Eat junk food and basically be a slob.
>>        FRIDAY: Feeling "huge," swing by the liquor store and stock up.
>Go
>> to
>> favorite
>> place of beer drinking and begin the consumption process (remember 12 for
>> women,
>> 15 for men).
>>        SATURDAY (a.m.): Wake up (as required) and lounge around all day,
>> feeling
>> slightly smaller after expunging any food that you may have accidentally
>> consumed (particularly if it involved beef jerky from 7-11). Take
>aspirin.
>> Notice that you have absolutely no interest in food, anyway.
>>        SATURDAY (p.m.): Restart cycle, noticing that your appetite has
>still
>> not
>> returned.  Perhaps only meet half of your consumption goal  due to an
>> ongoing
>> discussion with "the dog that bit you." This is a good thing, as only
>half-
>> consumption means less than 1,000 calories for the day, and you still
>don't
>> feel hungry.
>>        SUNDAY (a.m.): Wake up for mandatory sports day. This is a very
>> convenient diet
>> during football season, but it can be successfully implemented
>year-round.
>> There
>> is some major professional sport being played every day of the year
>except
>> the
>> day before and the day after the Major League All-Star game (fact-look it
>> up).
>>
>> Consumption on this day should be paced to cover the entire day-you don't
>> want
>> to peak too soon.  Again you notice a lack of appetite, and are feeling
>> thinner
>>
>> all the time.  Don't forget the aspirin.
>>        MONDAY:  Return to work, feeling thinner, well rested, and
>> surprisingly
>> mellow.
>> Mark your log book, and begin preparation for the upcoming weekend.
>>
>> Happy dieting!!!
>>
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