1.) I eat locally grown foods. 2.) I eat organically grown foods. 3.) I eat my foods raw. 4.) I buy the majority of my food from a chain grocery store. 5.) I peel my fruits and/or vegetables. 6.) Fruits, vegetables, cheeses and meats may sit in my refrigerator or the grocery store refrigerator for a few days before being used. 7.) I eat out at restaurants more than two times a week. 8.) I eat grain-fed beef and store-bought cheese, eggs, and butter. 9.) I use canned or frozen vegetables. 10.) I eat potato chips, French fries, tortilla chips, nuts, or other salty snacks. 11.) I eat candy (gummy, hard, or anything else made of sugar). 12.) I take home and eat leftovers. 13.) I eat white bread, rolls, or bagels, or traditional pasta. 14.) I drink carbonated sodas. 15.) I use products containing high fructose corn syrup (including salad dressing and ketchup). 16.) I eat dessert-like baked goods (muffins, croissants, cakes, biscuits, crepes, quiche, etc.). 17.) I eat spinach, collard greens, sweet potatoes, rhubarb, or beans. 18.) I eat whole grain breads, corn, beans, grains (including cereal), or soy isolates. 19.) I eat nuts, apples, carrots, seeds (including flax seeds), or oats. 20.) I drink pasteurized (grocery store-bought) milk. 21.) I drink alcohol (including red or white wine). 22.) I drink coffee, tea, or coffee drinks. 23.) I drink caffeinated sodas or energy drinks. 24.) I drink sweetened (sugar or high fructose enhanced) fruit juices or sports drinks. 25.) I have stress in my life. 26.) I take prescription medication, birth control, or medication for erectile dysfunction. 27.) I take aspirin, or other over-the-counter pain and fever reducers (including acetaminophen and ibuprofen). 28.) I take antacids. 29.) I smoke cigarettes, cigars, or a pipe. 30.) I live with or spend a large amount of time with a smoker. 31.) I live in a large metropolitan city. 32.) I am physically active in a gym, at home, and/or outdoors (walking, bike riding, swimming). 33.) I skip meals. 34.) I follow a low-carbohydrate, low-fat, Mediterranean, or medically founded, or calorie-restricting diet. 35.) I take fat burners, diuretics, and/or appetite suppressants. 36.) I have had surgery to help me lose weight. 37.) I eat vegetarian, vegan, and/or gluten free. 38.) I prepare meals ahead of time, and leave them in my refrigerator or freezer to be eaten at a later date. 39.) I feel lethargic. 40.) I suffer from type 2 diabetes, or have been diagnosed as pre-diabetic. 41.) My physician has warned me about my elevated cholesterol levels. 42.) My blood pressure is too high. 43.) I feel depressed and/or anxious. 44.) I have been diagnosed with low bone density or have been told I am at risk for it. 45.) I eat at least 27,575 calories a day.* (*Twenty-seven thousand, five hundred and seventy-five calories. That’s no typo!) 46.) I eat five servings of fruit and five servings of vegetables from varied sources everyday. 47.) I am currently overweight or obese. 48.) I am currently underweight. 49.) I take a daily multivitamin and mineral in a pill or capsule form. 50.) I take a liquid multivitamin supplement that is labeled to include “Anti-Competition™ Technology.”
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