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Mentalist
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Nov27-12, 10:58 PM
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I am wondering if the old saying of having your pyramid of food is valid? Recently I have been discussing with people in the lab whilst waiting around for reactions to occur about nutrition and one guy said the old pyramid thing was a scam. Is he correct in his statement?

I have not paid much attention to my nutrition but I have been noting that I have only been eating 1 meal a day now for about a month or so (I do eat a candy bar between classes), but the reason is that I have so much studying to do. Is that healthy or will something bad happen down the road?

I am unsure about this. I don't necessarily feel bad other than tired most of the time, but that is primarily due to going to bed at 1 am and waking up at 6 am to commute to school for lecture, etc...

Thanks
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