Does exercise and healthy diet make you feel better at all?

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02 Jan 2009, 1:06 pm

Exercise is painful - arthritis, bursitis, and a few other bone- and muscle-related problems.

A "Healthy" diet makes me ill - why does "Healthy" food have to: (1) Have little, if any flavor? (2) Be expensive? (3) Leave me feeling even more hungry after I've eaten it than before? (4) Make me nauseous or give me gas and cramps?


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02 Jan 2009, 1:10 pm

wouldnt know about the healthy diet [have always been extremely limited in diet for sensory and routine reasons],but with exercise,am do notice a difference,it makes am a bit calmer-its one of the reasons am got a lot out of RDA [riding for the disabled association] sessions.


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02 Jan 2009, 1:22 pm

YEs both make you feel better, I'm not on a diet but I'm a huge exerciser, jus bought a trampoline for this reason, along with a 8lb weighted ball love them both to stim off of lol but also great for exercising, i notice when i dont exercise i'm much more agitated, tired, and seem rather uniwilling to do other things.


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03 Jan 2009, 2:00 am

yes



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03 Jan 2009, 2:17 am

When I ate healthier and exercised I felt a lot better than I do now.



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03 Jan 2009, 5:26 am

ThisIsNotMyRealName wrote:
Qi wrote:
I know it doesn't affect me in the slightest. I don't understand why.

Makes a MAJOR difference to me.

Eating junk food makes me feel crud.

Try a fortnight of eating natural foods only - and you'll realise how many days you lose to feeling crud due to diet.


I think natural foods and excercise make you feel bad. I need junk food to feel better.


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