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Drejk wrote:In America junk food is everywhere. We're one of the few countries where chronic obesity is a problem of the poverty-stricken. It is customary when someone has a birthday to bring in a cake to work for them. Multiply this out by 50 employees and you can see how that might go. Plus the amateur chefs bringing their experiments into work to let people enjoy them. Heck, the vending machine guy leaves snack packets he can't fit in the machines for us to have. I could literally eat for free most days if I was willing to eat crap.Patrick Curtin wrote:I solve that problem by not having a cookie jar.
The only really effective weight loss I have had in middle age is six months of extreme stress as my marriage tanked. I can't say I recommend it. I'll take fat and happy any day.
Though I do have to admit that having to log all of my intake really keeps my hand out of the cookie jar. I'm down roughly six pounds since I started tracking it two weeks ago. Which isn't bad.
wait,the one having the birthday GETS a cake? over here he has to BRING the cake